A building front design. 1939. Invented by Isaac S. Brockstein.
An effervescent design for a building. 1940. Invented by Mihran H. Kurkjian.
A blast resistant building design with a retractable door canopy (4). 1955. Invented by Phillip Graham.
A design for a dispensing stand that we have tried many times, unsuccessfully, to plant in our back yard. 1929. Invented by Thomas T. Mabbitt.
An ornamental design for a service counter. In the center sits a scale model that looks like the U.S. Capitol. 1939. Invented by LeRay Fowler.
A nautical-themed building that resembles the Beach Patrol Headquarters on South Beach, Florida. 1947. Invented by George Lancia.
Barbecue stand. Oink. 1933. Invented by W. H. Alston.
A design for an "amusement structure." 1930. Invented by Alexander Forbes.
A piano shaped design for a gas station with what appears to be a tiny bay. 1941. Invented by Ralph N. Aldrich and Alfred H. Jaehne.
Here is a more traditional and wonderfully symmetrical design for a Shell Oil Company service station. Designer Herbert O. Alden is also responsible for the Gerry Building in Los Angeles. 1933. Invented by Herbert O. Alden.