Architectural drawing of a General Petroleum service station, 1935
- Architectural drawing of a General Petroleum service station, 1935
- Date Created
- December 5, 1935
- Los Angeles Times
- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
The General Petroleum company was acquired by Mobil (trademark of Standard Oil Company of New York, or Socony) in 1926.
Architectural drawing of a General Petroleum service station with a Spanish style tile roof to be located at N. Alameda St. and E. Aliso St. in Los Angeles. The center has an enclosed room below a gable with two open wings on either side for fuel pumps. On the roof are two sculptures of Pegasus, trademark of the Mobil company which owned General Petroleum.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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