The always excellent Shorpy photo archive has various sections this one is on Gas Stations
Friendly Service: 1942
May 1942. “North Platte, Nebraska. Gas station.” Flavors on tap from this ten-pump petro-pub include Distillate, Mobilgas, Diesel Fuel, Kerosene, Hi-Lite, Ethyl and Metro. Medium format acetate negative by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration
Star Garage: 1942
We Fix Flats: 1942
I encourage you to take a look at the site, it’s great!
Opened in 1922, this unexpected Retro Roadmap-worthy gas and service station has been Guy’s since the early 1960s. Family owned and operated by generations of Guys, these guys (ha ha!) are keeping the notion of old fashioned gas station service alive.
While New Jersey is one of only 2 states where you must have your gas tank filled by an attendant, Guy’s is the only place I know of in the entire state if not beyond where the gas comes out of an actual vintage gas pump!