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Vintage photos of:
American service station. Don't know where, but it's 1965. View full size.
It's ladies night and business is brisk! Three generations of them, no less. It's around 1960, probably at Christmas, again in Crown Point, Indiana. This is from a squareish slide so I think it might be from some sort of medium format camera. Since I can't quite figure out how to get my scanner to change its format, you're missing the lower part of the bodies: one sitting on a bar stool, one kneeling on a bar stool, and one pregnant. View full size.