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22 Nov 2010

Mayport Naval Station Baseball 1943

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According to Loyd’s notes this was shot on Sanders Field at Mayport Naval Station in 1943 during the time he was stationed there as a Navy photographer.  The fielding team has Gibbs on their jersey. I can’t read the base runners.

17 Nov 2010

Nice Car


1961 12 Hours of Sebring race.  With the help of Bill Warner, the Founder of The Amelia Island Concours D’Elegance we pieced together a little information about this particular car.  It is a Porsche RS61 driven by Bob Holbert and Roger Penske for Hubert Brundage/Brumos Racing of Jacksonville.  It finished 5th. overall in the race […]

13 Nov 2010

1950’s Skyline From Main Street Bridge

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1950’s view of the downtown Jacksonville waterfront and skyline. This photo was shot from the raised span of the Main Street Bridge.

08 Nov 2010

Roller Girls

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Undated photo of Female Roller Derby in the Jacksonville Coliseum.

04 Nov 2010

Miss Duval County


This looks like the early 1960’s judging from the swim suits and the hair.  Among the competitors for the title of Miss Duval County were Miss Beach News, Miss Putt Putt Golf, Miss Sun Discount City, Miss Pic N’ Save and Miss Sea Side Drive-in.

01 Nov 2010


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Getting out the vote!  A promotion by Brundage Motors with the League of Women Voters getting the keys to a Volkswagen van.

28 Oct 2010

It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time

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“Here is a scratching head Gene Klendinning. He had just taken apart the engine of his 1928 Rolls-Royce. He not only put it back, but it was better than new.  1957” LS

25 Oct 2010

$2.99 None Higher


Night view of the Paris Hat store window display in Jacksonville, Florida.  The price tags on the hats read $2.99  None Higher.

19 Oct 2010

Hogan Street View


“This picture was taken from Bay Street looking North on Hogan Street.  The Seminole Hotel on the right, the Furchgotts, Levy’s, Hemming Park the Cohen’s.  On the left you can see Lenak Studio, the name spelled backwards was Jack Kanel (a great photographer) who made lots of money taking pictures of service men.  The Luggage […]

14 Oct 2010

Stretcher Man

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The more I look at this photograph the more I am intrigued  by it.  Is it a 50’s vintage team building exercise?  First aid drill?  Prank?  I’m sure there is a good story to go with it unfortunately Loyd did not leave any clues.

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About Photographer Loyd Sandgren

I first met Loyd Sandgren in 1997 as I was putting photo gear back into my car after... Learn More