The persons in this photo are unknown, but it is likely that one of them on the bottom left could be Wilbur L. Glass, one of the original owners of the Yellow Cab Co.
The persons in this photo are unknown, but it is likely that one of them on the bottom left could be Wilbur L. Glass, one of the original owners of the Yellow Cab Co. Submitted by a Flashback reader Gulfport Photo-Movie Service
The persons in this photo are unknown, but it is likely that one of them on the bottom left could be Wilbur L. Glass, one of the original owners of the Yellow Cab Co. Submitted by a Flashback reader Gulfport Photo-Movie Service

Jay Jay Chevrolet and the Yellow Cab Company of Gulfport as they were in the 1950s

February 12, 2017 12:00 AM

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