The George Giese Photo Collection
When George Giese of Pendleton, Oregon bought Jim Hill's 1921 Dodge truck in 2014, it came with some old photos that Eugene C. Hill, or his son James, had taken at a 1951 dry lakes event. It came with the original negatives, which were brought to Smilin' Sam's Drug Store in Vallejo, California on March 5, 1951. The photos came with very little information, and George doesn't know the exact date, event or location they were taken. He suspects it was a CNTA sanctioned event. Do anyone recognize the place, event or any of the cars in George's photos? If you do, please mail us at email@example.com
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