By the way the women are dressed, I would suspect that picture to be taken in the late 1950's. That was the time when women began to wear pants and the ankles showing is a give away. The Model A pickup also shows signs of much wear and tear, which would be consistent with that date.
That photo appears on numerous websites, one of which has the following caption:
Garage in Southern City Outskirts (Auto parts shop)”. 1936. Atlanta, GA
The cars inside the building look to be late 20's-early thirties. 1936 is believable to me. I did think it might be much later when I saw the Boom Box near the lady's elbow but now realize those are Batteries. !0)
I didn't know that you could interchange parts on a Cherokee Indian. I can't believe they have their own parts store!
Times have sure changed!!!! Today if you left that much scrap outside over night the druggies would have the building stripped to the bare walls.
Maybe they did move everything indoors overnight? We have a bike salesman in town that spends 20 minutes every morning and night moving out bikes for display outside to give some room in the shop - and move them inside again
I'm not sure that isn't a skirt rather than pants.