Here we have an amazing and rare piece of Harley Davidson and Minnesota history. Lay your eyes on an interior photograph of Guy Webb's motorcycle shop in Minneapolis, circa 1920s. And by the way, the dream bikes set up in this photograph get 80 miles per gallon, thanks lot the huge Harley advertising chart on the wall behind the gents posing for the photo. But you have to get past the wicked Harley and sidecar coming at you in the forefront. Then you have the wicked riding gear and shop garb displayed by gents. There're so many amazing historical references that I'm certifiably overwhelmed...and I welcome that avalanche.
The original old motorcycle shop interior photograph comes out the archives of the Minnesota Historical Society.
The reverse contains the following in graphite:
Interior of Guy Webb's Motorcycle Chop 1923 4th Ave Minneapolis
The rare Harley Davidson photograph and matting measures about 8" tall by 10" wide. The exposed photograph measures 4 1/2" tall by 6 1/2" wide. It looks like the photograph is attached to the surrounding matting, and the matting is attached to the backing board by adhesive. The right and left edges of the matting are loose, allowing you to take a peek. The top left of the matting has some light staining (see pics). Please see all pics as they are part of the description.
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A rare snapshot of a Harley mother load. Look at those shiny bikes.