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Image of Bill Lugger and Vernia Newell, owner of Newell's Pure Oil Station - Spring 1952

Bill Lugger and Vernia Newell, owner of Newell's Pure Oil Station - Spring 1952

Bill Lugger and Vernia A. Newell in front of a White Motor truck, which was being transported from Cleveland south on US 42. The Newell's Pure Oil Station in Delaware was the first stop for gasoline after the new built trucks were going to be delivered leaving Cleveland. The building in the background is the south side of Lugger's Machine Shop (9 North Union Street), which Bill Lugger owned in 1950-1952. In 1953, the building was occupied by the Delaware Cab Company.

Image of Cars on East William Street at the Sandusky Street traffic light.                                                                                                                                                                                         -

Cars on East William Street at the Sandusky Street traffic light. -

East William Street (US 42) at the Sandusky Street intersection; no. 9 is the Independent Print Shop Inc and Tracewell Sign & Art Studio; no.17 Hoskins Sohio Service Station, which is located at the location of President Rutherford B. Hayes birth, no. 23 Delaware Cab Company. The building on left is the side of the Union (Greyhound) Bus Station located at no. 2 North Sandusky Street.