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Description: Elevated view of a Fire Safety Prevention Week Parade. The picture is taken looking at the front of the parade, and persons with flags, a marching band, an...
Description: A police ambulance, speeding a 3-year old, David King, seriously injured accident victim to a hospital, crashed into a Padgham Painting Co. truck, driven b...
Description: Jubilant Proxmire supporters dance in the streets in Milwaukee after Democrat William Proxmire won the special election to fill the seat left vacant by the...
Description: Night-time scene still from the Triangle silent film "Taxi," featuring Taylor Holmes (playing Robert Hervey Randolph) leaning on his taxi.
Description: The approach to the Scott Street Bridge in Wausau, with the Wausau Cab Co. building and a large sign advertising the First American Bank, a "tower of stren...
Description: Alfred Hopf, a German Jewish refugee, wearing his uniform and sitting in his taxi, says driving a taxi in Madison is a far cry from his old career as promi...
Description: A Ford V-8 Yellow Cab Co. taxicab on East Washington Avenue. In the background are (left to right) St. Patrick's school, 630 East Washington Avenue; reside...
Description: A busy street in wartime Vietnam with bicycles, motorbikes, and automobiles.
Description: A line of fifty "Bradford Cabs," manufactured by the Kissel Motor Car Company of Hartford, Wisconsin.
Description: Overturned taxicab, after collision with a city bus at the corner of Regent and Mills Street, injuring four people. Also shows a crowd of people looking on...
Description: Line up of City Cabs in front of the J. Heilprin & Co. Wholesale Fruits & Groceries, 612 W. Main Street, formerly the Illinois Central Passenger Depot.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Yellow Cab Transfer Company located at 643 E. Wilson Street, (housed in the Denison Building) with two cabs with drivers out front.
Description: International truck serving as a bus or taxi, most likely carrying passengers between Lewiston and Grangeville, Idaho. The truck has "Lewiston-Grangeville...
Description: A fleet of cars is lined up in front of City Car Company Cab Service located at 214 East Washington Avenue. Building on the left became Paradise Printing,...
Description: Two employees of the Bob Cooper Glass Company, 755 East Washington Avenue, unloading a crate of glass from a company truck at an undisclosed location.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Taxi cabs and their drivers are awaiting customers near the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad depot on East Wilson Street. In the center of...
Description: Veterans of various wars marching during a protest against the war in Iraq. New York and New Jersey leaders of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War played...
Description: Slightly elevated view from street corner at Broadway and West 50th Street of the Rivoli Theater in Times Square when it was screening the movie "Foreign C...
Description: Carl Zeidler speaking with cab driver (i.e. the working man) for a campaign brochure. Three other men are standing with them on the curb.
Description: A new Chevrolet City Car Company cab owned by James and Grace Riddell with view of the 200 block of East Washington Avenue.
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