ID help please, TOC bike?

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Archie Sturmer

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Sounds like I have the ultimate Frankie bike! What do you think of the badge?
Not sure what the “P. C. & A. S. Co.” might stand for, but I thought that a CABE member may have recently offered a badge, “Serl” (or Perl?) — so marked on eBay.
Also, there is a badge so marked on a “show us your badges...” thread — 2nd post, “Mohawk” badge.
Probably not associated with that other bicycle manufacturer located in the Mohawk valley and on the Mohawk River, (not by the higher Cohoes Falls, but the smaller falls).
Most people may associate “A.S.” bicycles with the famous Albert Spaulding — but his was more a Chicago concern.
 
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Blue Streak

Finally riding a big boys bike
1920-1922 (only years found) newspaper ads for Union Standard Bicycle. Could not find any references for P. C. & A. S. Company.

March 23, 1920 - Trenton Evening News (Trenton NJ) :
1305837


April 30, 1920 - Evening Journal (Vineland NJ) :
1305838


May 14, 1920 - Trenton Evening Times (Trenton NJ)
1305839


December 15, 1920 - Evening Journal (Vineland NJ) :
1305840


July 30, 1921 - The Chat (Brooklyn NY) :
1305841


August 3, 1921 - Courier Post (Camden NJ) :
1305842


September 16, 1921 - Courier Post (Camden NJ) :
1305843


October 14, 1921 - Courier Post (Camden NJ) :
1305844


December 16, 1921 - The Morning Post (Camden NJ) :
1305845


March 17, 1922 - Courier Post (Camden NJ) :
1305846
 
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