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Mystery History - May 2, 2019

 

Courtesy Shafter Historical Society

This week's challenge, courtesy of the Shafter Historical Society. Send your educated (or semieducated) guess to The Press, 406 Central Ave., Shafter 93263, or e-mail it to mysteryphoto@TheShafterPress.com. Winners will be revealed here next week, along with the facts behind this photo and a new one to challenge you. LAST WEEK: A 1954 Buick was being towed out of the Coopers Flower Shop after a man who was a deaf mute could not hear the motor running and made a misjudgment. Supposedly he backed his car all the way around out of the Shafter Motel and into the front of the shop. Photo taken by high schooler Bobby Reeves for the Shafter Police Department in 1951 or 1952.

Courtesy Shafter Historical Society

A 1954 Buick was being towed out of the Coopers Flower Shop after a man who was a deaf mute could not hear the motor running and made a misjudgment. Supposedly he backed his car all the way around out of the Shafter Motel and into the front of the shop. Photo taken by high schooler Bobby Reeves for the Shafter Police Department in 1951 or 1952.

 

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