After 9 hours of driving I'm home and it seems like Christmas morning and I was a good boy. This was the ladies husbands fathers' bike, jersey and photo album. The album is from 1931 and 32, so the bike isn't in any of them. The guys name was Frank _ _ _ _. He did a lot of racing around the S.F. Bay Area. Also a member of the S.F. chapter of the New Century Wheelmen. If you know him or his family and can fill in the last name let me know and they can have the album back. Just gonna brush and wipe dirt off of it now, then soap and water. Let me know what you want to see pics of and I'll do it. The wheels seem quite true. I'd love to be able to put new tires on it and clean and oil or whatever you do to preserve the wood. There is some bubbling in the paint. I'm thinking just light washing and then wax. Let me know what else to do. Like how to get the old rock hard tires off without ruining them. Any way to save the rubber grips. Time to go stare at it.