Carspotters' Challenge #72--"The white zone is for loading only...."
An airport taxi stand, in June of 1960. the summer of 1962.
We can date this picture pretty precisely because the history books tell us that the Air Line Pilots Association went on strike against Eastern Airlines for twelve days in that particular month and year, and one of the flyboys is visible, in uniform, on picket line duty. As for location, I have no information; maybe one of you can help out there.
See any cars that you find, er, striking?
--Cookie the Dog's Owner
(Photo obtained from the Studebaker Drivers' Club forum, contributed by member "aarrggh.")
UPDATE: The commenters are correct in questioning the date I originally gave. It turns out that the Flight Engineers' International Association--whose members were also cockpit crew and wore uniforms similar to pilots--was out on strike against Eastern for 83 days in the summer of 1962. It would appear, then, that the gentleman with the picket sign is a flight engineer.