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More Art: 1919

More Art: 1919

Arthur Fields, singer and composer ("Abba Dabba Honeymoon"), and family washing their Stutz in 1919. View full size. George Grantham Bain Collection.

 

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There goes my theory

Nearly everyone shown on Shorpy living prior to WW2 seems to be properly sized. I began to believe that was the norm. Maybe not PC to say so, but we have a couple of heffalumps here from the year of my dad's birth! Cake and currant buns for tea and elevenses! Twice on Sundays.

Obviously the problem

wasn't the washing, it was the drying.

Art's Stutz

So this is the car after he washed it?

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He wrote the music to "How dry I am" - looks a little wet to me

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