The Lost Art of Selling Auto Parts

Back when Los Angeles was younger, at the dawn of the automobile age after World War I, tires, gasoline and cars were sold in buildings and displayed in a manner befitting a jewelry store. Among the rich archives of the USC Digital Library, are photographs of local businesses, who put extraordinary artistry into their signage and architecture […]

via The Lost Art of Selling Auto Parts. — Here in Van Nuys

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