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During the 2002 Super Bowl, Budweiser ran a somber one-minute commercial featuring a horse-drawn Budweiser wagon traveling across the country to pay tribute to the victims of 9/11 in front of New York City's skyline. They only intended to air it once.

During the 2002 Super Bowl, Budweiser ran a somber one-minute commercial featuring a horse-drawn Budweiser wagon traveling across the country to pay tribute to the victims of in front of New York City's skyline. They only intended to air it once.

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Horse-drawn hearse on the Island of Juist, Germany

Old Picture of the Day: Medical

Elizabeth Bruyn (sitting in the back of a horse drawn ambulance) was an ambulance surgeon in New York City in the early On her first day at work in she saved the life of an 18 month old baby who had been overcome by gas from a leak in an apartment.

(ca. 1900)^ - The 234 Santa Monica/Venice streetcar is running east on 4th St. in this view of commercial, downtown Los Angeles at Hill and 4th. The Hotel Clarendon is on the southeast corner, a cigar store on the bottom floor. The Grant Building is on the center left. Deliveries are being made by horse-drawn wagons. An awning advertises ice cream sodas for 5 cents. Water and Power Associates

Looking east down Street from Hill, downtown Los Angeles, The Santa Monica/Venice street car shares the road with horse-drawn carts as pedestrians look on.

Beverly Hills Hotel in construction (BHHS)

– View looking northeast showing the Beverly Hills Hotel. A horse-drawn water wagon his heading east on Sunset Boulevard with an early model car parked by the side of the road. In the foreground, a horse appears to be tied to a power pole.

The downtown Los Angeles Pantages Theater, at 7th and Hill Street, 1926.   Street cars (and a horse drawn wagon) ply the busy streets of what is still one of downtown’s busiest intersections. Visible behind the theater is the Los Angeles Athletic Club.

The downtown Los Angeles Pantages Theater, at and Hill Street, Street cars (and a horse drawn wagon) ply the busy streets of what is still one of downtown’s busiest intersections. Visible behind the theater is the Los Angeles Athletic Club.

(1880)* - View of Colorado Street, looking west, in 1880. People can be seen walking or riding on horse-drawn carriages, into the town. On the right there is a Lumber yard and a Carpenter's shop. Large building in the distance (left side), is the Ward Block, which includes the Pasadena Bank and the Grand Hotel. Water and Power Associates

- Colorado and Fair Oaks in Pasadena, in View shows several horse-drawn wagons parked alongside the dirt road. Several businesses can be seen on the right: a Market, Pasadena Carriage Works, a Clothing store and a Dry Goods store.

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