I found this interesting.
GREAT PICTURES! Thanks for posting
Great site thank you for posting!
Thank you for posting. Great photos and always enjoy looking at them. Real 1915 in the third one.
Ken in Texas
Good pics, some thoughts I had... The evening at home pic - I remember my parents having a radio like that. I wish I still had it.
Pumping gas - I have a pump similar to that one, maybe a little taller.
Miss America...wonder who did her hair?
Bonnie and Clyde car... In 1966 , when the movie with Warren Beaty and Faye Dunaway came out the car, (or cars) was hauled around and displayed at theaters where the movie played. I'm told it was here in my town. I wonder how many '34 Ford sedans have been shot up over the years to "reproduce" the car.
Prohibition... personally I would like to see it happen again today.
Just my .02 cents worth. Happy motoring to you and your'n.
Thx for posting site.
Thanks Herb! Fantastic. Bookmarked 'em so I can look at 'em again.
Great pictures. I can't imagine the load of logs hooked to just two horses.
Allen SW Mo.
And from the same site the 15th picture is of a 1915 NY street scene
Allen B. The load does look daunting, but the sled has rather slim iron runners and they are on ice. The tractive effort of a good team can be pretty impressive. Horses in pulling competitions regularly pull a stone boat loaded around four tons, a dead drag of the flat bottom "boat" on soft dry ground.
These photos are a treat to see ! Thanks, Herb !!
The Atlanta Wagon train pic looks like before the burning with two Union Soldiers in front. 1864 Love to be able to tell them.
My friend Kenny sent me the link.
I remember 60 odd years ago being sent about 4 miles with the C Allis tractor to buy a pair of bobs.I can remember the place and sitting in the living room with the old couple and the cost of 10.00! Bud in Wheeler,Mi.