Looks rather inconvenient with the ramp right next to the pumps.
I don't know if this one has been on her before but it is a similar topic.
Second picture is very interesting! In the book "Me and the Model T" about Roscoe Sheller, the Ford agency Fred Chandler, Inc. of North Yakima is referenced as having opened a branch in Sunnyside and hired Roscoe Sheller, who "did everything from flunky to salesman, and in 1916 found himself the manager." You can see both Fred Chandler and Yakima on the building.
Which one is Roscoe Sheller? Is he in this picture?
I remember seeing a photo of him in the segments of his book that were published in the magazines.
We can go on another hunt.
Anyone have his portrait from the magazine?
Interesting pictures, both of them. I expecially like the "exhaust stacks" on the side of the wagon!
I would not expect Roscoe in this picture, this is the Ford agency they picked up the cars to take them to the branch at Sunnyside where Roscoe worked.
Those things on the side of the wagon look like spigots when enlarged. I can also see reflections on the top that makes me think it is an oil dispenser on wheels?