A Return to the Good Old Horse and Buggy Days

January 11, 1942, The Daily News Journal

‘Will this be a familiar sight on the highways and by-ways of Rutherford County soon? Anyway, with the automobile tire situation what it is, Jim Fatherly (left) and Al Ivie are prepared for a return to the gold old horse and buggy days, if necessary. Their conveyance is a phaeton made by Adam Bock, fine carriage maker of the Victorian age, who has his shop on East Vine Street (photo by Todd)

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