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Vintage photos of:
Primeria Alta Society, Nogales, Arizona 1965 group field trip across the border into Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. The trip was to Magdalena, Mexico approximately 56 miles to view where Father Kino might be buried. In 1966 his grave was discovered near the Church. View full size.
Photograph taken by The Detroit Edison Company, number CAR K-330, M-40004, on December 30, 1935. View full size.
My sister and me watching TV; College Station, Texas, September, 1961. Sure wish I knew what it was we were watching. The ghostly image is tantalizing but probably not clear enough for a guess. View full size.
Mom and her first grandson James on the front stoop in Chatham, New Jersey in 1972. View full size.
Unfortunately I have no information about this. It's hard to tell from this size but he has Ohio embroidered on his jacket collar. Scanned from the original 5x7 inch glass negative. View full size.
"Detroit Oak Belting Company, 266 Wight St., Detroit, Michigan. 1 1/4 Ton Packard 38 x 7 Pneumatic Truck Tires (rear), Mileage 50 to 60 per day. Truck in operation about 1 yr 6 months. No repairs to truck. Sometimes loaded to 2 ton. Cord Tire on rear in service over a year with original air still in tire." View full size.