I found this at an antique store a few weeks ago. I wish I knew the back story. Lifeguards maybe? Possibly 1920s.
This video is a bit long, but very interesting.
A highly customized dashboard from a 1934 Packard Twelve Five-Passenger Coupe (Stationary Victoria). If I remember correctly, this car was commissioned by a member of the Tiffany family, hence the robin’s egg blue interior seen here.
San Jacinto Memorial Shaft at San Jacinto Battleground, Postcard, 1930s.
This monument is near Houston, Texas and the “shaft” is 15 feet taller than the Washington Monument in Washington, D. C. The postcard was postmarked in 1939.
A 1934 Pierce Arrow advertisement for the new Silver Arrow.