A chauffeur keeps the Lincoln idling outside the Maddux Air Lines office, 636 S. Olive St, Los Angeles, 1929

A chauffeur keeps the Lincoln idling outside the Maddux Air Lines office, 636 S. Olive St, Los Angeles, 1929Maddux Air Lines operated in California, Arizona, and Mexico from 1927 to 1929. Their office was at 636 South Olive Street, Los Angeles, just down from Pershing Square. You gotta love that Art Deco signage out front. I’m also wondering wonder who that chauffeur worked for if he was asked to keep the Lincoln idling outside.

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