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1935-36 California Pacific Exposition, Bus Transportation
1941 on Sixth Avenue, Looking North at B Street
1961 Ambulance Service
1961 Street Scene, University Avenue at Central
1969 American LaFrance Fire Trucks with Firemen in Snorkels
1974 San Diego Transit Mercedes O309D Metro Bus
1975-1976 American Freedom Train
Auto Racing on El Cajon Boulevard in 1913
British Bus Greeting Queen Elizabeth at the Embarcadero
Construction of Rail Line on Mission Blvd.
Dedication of Lindbergh Field in 1928
El Cajon Boulevard at 43rd Street in 1910
Ford Building Transportation Mural