Note: The OP I made below assumed Tuscon, AZ, however forum members corrected me the location is Albuquerque, New Mexico. Still a neat picture. I figure someone here might have been to Tucson AZ and could recognize the street scene below from the late 1960’s. The picture has so much going on it, draws you inside. I love the “old cars”, cheap gas (0.34/gallon!), etc. One can just imagine where the USA was at that moment in time, kinda neat. There are times I just stare into the picture and let my mind wonder, it's just to the left of our 24" iMac in our loft. I did a Google map view of Tucson, but hard for me to pin down the street (Broadway??) and direction of the shot. The big bank building, “First National Bank”, may still be there? Kirkland AFB sign?? AztecMotel, TraveLodge? I’d like to know some history, to share with people when they come over. Any info you have helps put a story to the picture. (I bought it 10 years ago in Chicago and did not ask then, should have) Who took this picture? Is there a neat story to go with the picture? Picture in our loft area: Tucson, AZ in the late 1960's: Does this street scene still exist? All these places gone?