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Posted by: emogene whitmire robinson Date: December 15, 2001 at 13:31:27
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Have an old photo of 4 gentlemen standing in front of a large, nice service station, believed to be in Alilene or Albany. The sign reads: "VICTORY FILLING STATION - tire and tube service - Service First - ladies' restroom". Based on the old car parked there - it must have been before the 1920s. A description of the 4 gentlemen: One could be the Owner, One a Mechanic, One (large, order) in 3-piece suit/hat and One (younger) in 2-piece suit/western hat. Wonder if anyone remembers? Any info would help.


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