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Fort Tejon Stamp
Flying A Gasoline

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Collateral stamp (actually a cinderella) issued by Flying A Gasoline Co., aka Tidewater Oil Co., to promote automobile tourism, 1938.

No. 133 in a series of (reportedly) 200 shows Fort Tejon. The stamps were collected and pasted into albums.

As a medal is to a coin, a cinderella is an item that looks like a stamp but is not a stamp. It bears no denomination and is not issued by the goverment for use in paying postage, taxes or fees.


LW3146: 9600 dpi jpeg from original item purchased 2017 by Leon Worden.
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FORT TEJON

Inventory of State Park Collection


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Huell Howser Program 1999

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Hotel Plan 1858

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Ruins (Mult.)

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Rancho La Liebre STORY 1929

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Postcard 1930s

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Flying A Gasoline 1938

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Home Movie 1939

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Book: Old Adobes (Cullimore 1949)

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Travelogue 1949

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Old Gate Pre-1950

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Enlisted Men's Barracks (Mult.)

• 1857 Earthquake (1)
• 1857 Earthquake (2)
• 1857 Earthquake (3)
• 1857 Earthquake in Harpers Weekly


PETER LEBECK

• Peter Lebeck Story


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Peter Lebeck Exhumed 1890

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Lebeck Story 1901

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Lebeck Oak ~1960s

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Lebeck Oak & Grave Marker x7

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Lebeck Bark x2

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Lebeck Sculpture x3

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