Mid 1930's. It's surprising how the Model T's had disappeared so soon. However, I remember in the 1940's when we still saw some in daily use, however, they would not appear in every picture.
We would see maybe 2 or 3 in a day's time. I lived in a small town in Los Angeles county.
Doesn't look much different today except for the cars.
I recall standing on the sidewalks of this and other little gold country towns as a small
child and watching "the world" go by. It is where my interest in old stuff, rusty metal,
and weathered wood was conceived. Spent a lifetime trying to preserve it.
"A Business Section"??? There was a "B Business Section" in Angels Camp??? Actually, I didn't think Angels Camp is as big as this picture shows!!
Norm, all the Model Ts were put away in barns for us to find and restore.
The car headed into the camera looks to be a 1935-37 Packard Junior. The car parked first on the left looks like a 30-31 Model A Tudor with V-8 wheels. Great picture Jay thanks for continuing to share so many interesting photos!
10 yrs back we had a HCCA brass car tour in Angles Camp and the town does look mostly the same as the old photo. I looked for some street photos of the tour with all the brass cars parked, however could not, still looking.