Those arrow heads must have been cheap,the indians left them lay everywhere!
18th and 19th century photos show the Indians buying these at Dollar
Stores all across America.
Please post a few of the 18th century photos. I've never seen one.
Just Google "18th Century strip malls".
That's an interesting gas pump. It is a pre-visible pump with a 5 gallon glass cylinder. At the time the first visible pumps appeared, most of the gas pump companies came out with a transition model by adding a cylinder to the top of their existing "non-visible" model. There were also kits available to convert the pre-visible pumps.
I'm so glad you posted this because I haven't seen Joe, Betty, Riner the twins, and Reed in a long time. Reed was always kinda shy and stayed back anytime anyone wanted to take pictures. We used to always tease him about him hiding from the law. I think that's why he moved to Fla.
Thanks for the photo, pretty interesting history the town closed in 1938, and was actually in Nevada, here is a short video from the National Parks service,
"Just Google "18th Century strip malls"."
I did. It brought me back here!
Damn Google is quick!
Oops wrong strip mall.
I have been to St. Thomas, Great place to explore. Full of rattle snakes and memorabilia.
Kevin, What a great video of the forgotten town thanks for sharing a piece of history.