“This is my uncle Leslie Lease, filling up a car from a gravity-feed pump at a station in North Carolina,” notes Bob Durling of Highland, Indiana. The license plate reveals the year to be Check out the gas price of under 25 cents, including tax.
It is a perm machine! not a Gallia Hair-dryer. My mother was a beautician during this time and in the early I remember seeing her use this machine. If you left it on the hair too long, it could actually burn the hair off.
This is Floy Blankenship and her dad John Blankenship (owner) on the banks of Clear Creek near Killeen in the early before the government decided the land could be better used for Fort Hood. The building is made from old advertising signs.