Bygone Americana

Young boy nailing wheel parts from an old roller skate to a wooden plank in the first step toward making an orange crate scooter. New York, 1947.
By Ralph Morse

Young boy nailing wheel parts from an old roller skate to a wooden plank in the first step toward making an orange crate scooter. New York, 1947.

By Ralph Morse

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