YMCA building with three cars parked in front. There is a YMCA sign at the right. "Young Men's Christian Association" is etched over the doorway. There is a man standing below the YMCA sign next to bicycles.
Woman seated in a rattan chair, speaking or singing, in front of sound recording equipment (?) at a sound stage or radio station. A technician has his hand on a dial. This may be related in some manner to the National Auto Shop reference on the negative sleeve.
W. J. Roberts, Sam Longstreet, Cosette Longstreet, and John Ashby at the Iowa Picnic in Lincoln Park. Mr. and Mrs. Longstreet are seen in profile at the center of the photo. He holds his hands in front of himself. She wears a tall, white. The three men at the front wear hats and three piece suits. Mr. Roberts wears a ribbon on his lapel. There are other people in the background, as well as trees.
Photograph of the Witherby's Buick parked in the driveway in front of a Bramlette's gas station in Little Lake. The Buick sits in the foreground, left-of-center. It is viewed at an angle from the side and the rear, facing left. Its license plate reads, "7N 55 60." Behind and to the right of the Buick, the Bramlette's station stands, right-of-center. It is viewed at an angle. Gas pumps sit beneath an awning. A shop sits behind the pumps. On the awning, signs read, "BRAMLETTE'S." Along right side of the store, a sign reads, "ATLAS TIRES." At far left, a garage stands in the distance. It faces towards the left and a sign over the open garage door reads, "GARAGE." Beyond the nose of the car and in front of the garage, a sign stands. It reads, "CHEVRON GAS STATION." Hills rise in the background at right.
William Shaw, Josie Shaw, Mertie West, and Dorothea Siemsen in front of a roadside restaurant in Claremont. A sign in the background reads, "Dinners Sandwiches." There are also cars parked in the background.