Bought this at a thrift shop. Someone made it into a sort of mountain bike. It has no head badge. The serial number is all I see. 26 inch wheels. Trying to pin down year, make and model. Thanks everyone.
The fork assembly is a motorbike truss fork, and unlike a springer, is intended to restrict flexing or movement of front end parts; and it looks like a Westfield 26” trussfork.
I believe that an A&S company did not patent a bicycle springer fork until ~1939(?).
There was a recent thread about a 1935 Sears Elgin, with some catalog information and pictures.
I believe that the “raingutter” style of fenders would be period correct.
It came with a drop stand, but if I were you and you intend to ride it a lot, I would go for a kick stand. Bicycles on drop stands are subject to wind gusts. The bike blows over and the handlebar grip puts a big dent in your car door - first hand voice of experience speaking here.