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Lilly (left) and Dickison (right) are pictured in the courthouse parking lot.
A small dog rests his head out the window of an automobile.
The first car ever purchased in the city was a two-cylinder Brush. John Lang, weighing 380 lbs., is pictured in the forefront. His associates are unidentified.
A family crowds inside the car decorated for the event on Temple Street. Subjects unidentified.
Three unidentified children sit inside the vehicle decorated with streamers and American flags on Temple Street.
An unidentified man sits in his automobile between Ballengee and Temple Streets.
Three men pose beside automobiles outside the store entrance located on Front Street. The man on the far left is Frank Pierce. The second man is unidentified. The man on the far right is Bob Reed.
An old-fashioned automobile is parked by a gasoline pump.
Two unidentified men pose by the intersection of Ballengee Street and 3rd Avenue.
Pictured left to right is Art Lough, unidentified, Cecil Lively, Evelyn Bigony, Dick Hackney, Elma Hackney, Paris Hackey, Clair Bigony, M. H. Maloney, and Luther Wheeler.
An automobile pulls into the dealership driveway located on Summers Street, between Second and Third Avenues. On the side of the building reads, "Good Used Cars."
Four people identified as family members of J. D. Morris are pictured sitting inside the car.