In 1933 when the Ford business was booming, the 50 millionth Ford motorcar visited Lawrenceville. Showing the famous vehicle must have been quite an event because it is believed that most of those persons depicted in the photo below were students in Lawrenceville Township high school, teachers, police officers and employees of the A. L. Maxwell Company.
Those identified were : William H. Stivers, police chief, M .N. Todd, Principal of LTHS; Miss Selma Roth, Mathematics teacher; Miss Trissie Sutherland, History teacher; Gordon Eshelman, Maxwell employee and salesman; Emil Fry, Gerri Spitzer, Jean Todd, Bill Hensley; Monroe Beanblossom, George Lathrop, John Humphrey, Bill David, Leon Motor, Don Moody and a Brunson boy. Three young ladies can be seen peering through the car's window.
Thanks to Kevin B for finding this photo in the Lawrence County News May 12, 1971.