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Getting Hitched: 1925

Getting Hitched: 1925

Mill Valley, Calif., circa 1925. "Nash touring car with trailer." Outfitted with a patriotic profusion of flags. 5x7 glassneg by Christopher Helin. View full size.

 

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The car is towing an Auto-Kamp Trailer, one of the first fold-out campers made.

Mill Valley Fuel Company

In the background at right, just where it should be at what is today 71 Throckmorton Ave., though the old building is long gone. You could, however, have bought one of these there, according to the Sausalito News of October 19, 1918.

Mill Valley, that's my home

This view shows the old Mill Valley train depot at the corner of Miller and Throckmorton Avenues. This depot was torn down in 1928 and replaced with the current "Book Depot" station still standing today.

Trees have obscured much of the background in this contemporary photo of today's Depot (bottom photo below), but the Bank of America in the background of the circa 1925 photo is still standing strong.

[Excellent detective work! I've updated the caption. - Dave]

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