1968 Ad, National Automobile Dealers Association, Young Boy Attempting to Cross Street

1968 Ad, National Automobile Dealers Association, Young Boy Attempting to Cross Street

A few nice car insurance images I found: 1968 Ad, National Automobile Dealers Association, Young Boy Attempting to Cross Street Image by classic_film Caption: "You didn’t let him cross the street until he knew how. Please don’t let him drive until he knows how." Published in Saturday Evening Post, November 30, 1968, Vol. 241, No. 24 Fair use/no known copyright. If you use this photo, please provide attribution credit; not for commercial use (see Creative Commons license). Pictures from 08-05-2008 to 08-29-2008 144 Image by jimmyyyy Hansa Lloyd, 4056cc four cylinder Image by Hugo-90 Hansa-Lloyd were made from 1921 to 1929, mostly trucks but two larger passenger cars were built. The Lloyd name came from the shipping line owners, originally from the British shipping insurance company. In 1929, Borgward took over the company and the Lloyd name was used on the little postwar cars of the...
Panoramic view of Los Angeles, looking southeast from Fourth Street and Grand Avenue, ca.1913 (CHS-5804)

Panoramic view of Los Angeles, looking southeast from Fourth Street and Grand Avenue, ca.1913 (CHS-5804)

Some cool auto insurance images: Panoramic view of Los Angeles, looking southeast from Fourth Street and Grand Avenue, ca.1913 (CHS-5804) Image by Fæ Wikimedia Commons image page Description Description ”Panoramic view of Los Angeles, looking southeast from Fourth Street and Grand Avenue, ca.1913 Photograph of a panoramic view of Los Angeles, looking southeast from Fourth Street and Grand Avenue, ca.1913. Fourth Street runs vertically (at left) with Olive Street intersecting it horizontally (visible at left). The street just below the buildings in the foreground is Grand Avenue (visible at right). The city is thriving with commercial buildings. A few residential buildings are visible at left. Notable landmarks include the Hazards Pavilion (the dome-shaped building near center), the Philharmonic Auditorium (to the right of Hazards Pavilion), and Pershing Square (right of auditorium).; CHS-5800 — Legible signs include: "L.A. Gas", "use L.A. Gas", "Higgins building", "Germain building", "John Luchenbach building", "Owl cigar", "[Los] Angeles […]athy", "Los Angeles Soap Co.", "Argonaut Hotel", "white, king […]", "[…] coffees and teas", "Coca-cola, delicious and refreshing", "the Wales apartments", "[Blac]kstone Co., dry goods, cloaks, […] draperies", "New York cloak and […] house", "Hale’s good goods", "Crane Co.", "Ducom[…] Hardware Co.", "Tav[…]". CHS-5801 — Legible signs include: "Olive auto park", "Antlers", "Grant building", "Montgomery Bros Jewelers", "Wetherby-Kayser Shoe Company, agents Johnston & Murphy for men, Liard Schober & Co. for women".; CHS-5802 — Legible signs include: "Los Angeles Ice & Cold Storage Co.", "cold storage warehouse", "Hotel Crescent", "Earl V. Lewis Co., Kodaks, Eastman Agency, two st[…], exclusively […]", "Broadway Drapery and Furniture […], 447 So. Broadway", "Myer Siegel & Co.", "Broxburn Hotel", "Hotel Trenton", "L.A....
Broadway, looking north from Seventh Street, Los Angeles, ca.1907-1917 (CHS-5624)

Broadway, looking north from Seventh Street, Los Angeles, ca.1907-1917 (CHS-5624)

A few nice insurance car company images I found: Broadway, looking north from Seventh Street, Los Angeles, ca.1907-1917 (CHS-5624) Image by Fæ Wikimedia Commons image page Description Description ”Broadway, looking north from Seventh Street, Los Angeles, ca.1907-1917 Photograph of Broadway, looking north from Seventh Street, Los Angeles, ca.1907-1917. The busy street shows a commotion of traffic consisting of streetcar, early-model cars, horse-drawn carriages, and pedestrian. The buildings, ranging from one-story to ten-story buildings, prominently display their business names or advertisements. Utility lines crisscross the street.; Legible signs include: "[…]woods", "the new ho[…], Mullen & B[…] clothing […]", "Vaughan-Middleton Co., real estate", "Millside Tract and other high class Wilmington Property", "home of Hart Schaf[…]ner & Marx clothes", "Dr. C.G. Farrow, dentist", "home builders, The Smith-Johnson Company, real estate", "Dr. H.H. Haas, dentist", "[…]ster […]ing, fireproof", "Tho’s H.B. Varney", "[…] Schulz Co., […] sale millinery", "ladies tailor, 5 floor", "[…]d Co.", "[…]c Co., ground floor", "[…] parlor", on a streetcar "Eastlake Park", "San[…] Vail & Co.", "Oilday Co.", "Bullock’s Building", "California Furniture Co.", "wallpaper, fabrics and art decorations", "H. Levine Co.", "Sin[…]", "The Sun Drug Co., store no. 4". Call number: CHS-5624 Legacy record ID: chs-m124; USC-1-1-1-128 Filename: CHS-5624 Coverage date: circa 1907/1917 Part of collection: California Historical Society Collection, 1860-1960 Type: images Geographic subject (city or populated place): Los Angeles Repository name: USC Libraries Special Collections Accession number: 5624 Microfiche number: 1-2-61 Archival file: chs_Volume24/CHS-5624.tiff Part of subcollection: Title Insurance and Trust, and C.C. Pierce Photography Collection, 1860-1960 Repository address: Doheny Memorial Library, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0189 Geographic subject (country): USA Format (aacr2): 2 photographs : glass photonegative, photoprint, b&w...
Panoramic view of Los Angeles, looking west from the Pacific Electric building, with Main Street and 7th Street in view, January 1, 1907 (CHS-5775)

Panoramic view of Los Angeles, looking west from the Pacific Electric building, with Main Street and 7th Street in view, January 1, 1907 (CHS-5775)

Some cool auto insurance images: Panoramic view of Los Angeles, looking west from the Pacific Electric building, with Main Street and 7th Street in view, January 1, 1907 (CHS-5775) Image by Fæ Wikimedia Commons image page Description Description ”Panoramic view of Los Angeles, looking west from the Pacific Electric building, with Main Street and 7th Street in view, January 1, 1907 Photograph of a panoramic view of Los Angeles, looking west from the Pacific Electric building, with Main Street and 7th Street in view, January 1, 1907. Main Street (at left) runs vertically crossing 7th Street, which runs horizontally (foreground). A majority of the buildings in the foreground are three stories or less. The most notable building is the Hotel Lankershim at right.; CHS-5774 — Legible signs include: "[…]ed Harness Co., traveling bags and suit cases, 652", "Hotel Faremont, furnished rooms", "Drake & Fotheringham", "National Auto Garage, buy right now in Na[…]les, the miracle of the year, the city of […]ed tile roofs, automobile repair shop", "through the orange groves, Riverside Redlands, ‘inside track’, Southern Pacific, 600 So. Spring St., corner […]", "Bartlett water", "Rainier beer", "drink Shaw’s Ironbrew, a non alcoholic life renewer", "Huntington market", "Saratoga bar", "depot for sample case, Havana cigars", "Denning & Woodbury, printers and sales book makers, room 220, 702 So. Spring St.", "Godfrey", "C.C. Rossner", "new and second hand furniture, bought, sold & exchanged", "Leather, Grill & Drapery Co., 708 S. Spring St., best place to buy leather goods", "Buster Brown", "mid winter number, Los Angeles Times, January 1st, 1907", "Malto beer", "’San Diego’", "the most unique attraction […]", "real estate", "for sale,...
Image from page 228 of “The street railway review” (1891)

Image from page 228 of “The street railway review” (1891)

A few nice insurance car company images I found: Image from page 228 of “The street railway review” (1891) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: streetrailwayrev09amer Title: The street railway review Year: 1891 (1890s) Authors: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association Subjects: Street-railroads Publisher: Chicago : Street Railway Review Pub. Co Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: Company, succeeded in operat-ing his cars even with the snow drifts piled as high as the car roofs. were ..586; interest, ,000; dividends, ,000. The amount ex-pended for real estate and improvements was ,921. This roadhas S.6 miles of track. The gross receipts of the Washington & Great Falls Electric Rail-way Company for the year were ,764. Operating expenses were,713; expended lor conslructirin and e(|uipmcnt, ,972; for rightof way and real estate, 6. The excess of earnings over expendi-tures is ,695, which is a better showing than made by any of theother suburban roads of Washington. This road is 7 miles longand carried 998,854 passengers. The City & Suburban Railway Company (a consolidation of theI-^ckington & Soldiers Home Railway Company and the Maryland& Washington Railway Company) has 31 miles of track, and theearnings of the property for the year were ,551, and the totaldeficit, ,621. The Anacostia & Potomac River Railway Com- Text...