Time Out For A Tire Seat

All images by photojournalist Carl Mydans in the oil boom town of Freer, Texas in 1937.

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  1. Great pics, tires are the best seats. “Camp Follower” means different things per the era referred to. WWII a follower was a wife or girlfriend trailing her man from camp to camp so they didn’t have to be apart. In the US Civil War, camp follower was um… slightly different. In case you were interested! 🙂

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  2. Great pictures and great hats. I must say the “camp follower” is dressed more modestly than some I have seen. Must be because it’s the South; where everything is more proper.

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