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Early American Automobiles

1877-1899 Models

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George Selden and his 1877 Automobile
Source: NYC Library Archives
Real Photo

 

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1884 kerosene fueled automobile built by E.S. Callihan in Woonsocket, Dakota ( South)Territory

Minneapolis Historical Records
Photograph Collection, Ca. 1884

Callihan, Edward Scott, automotive pioneer ( Google Research)

 

 

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1880 Long's Steam Tricycle

 

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1887  Ransom E. Olds Experimental Wagon

 

 

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1895 Columbia Perambulator
Columbia Perambulator Co., Chicago, IL

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1890 Phillion Steam Car
Achille Phillion

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1891 Lambert Gasoline Buggy,
Buckeye Mfg. Co.
Anderson, IN.

1892 Schloemer Motor Wagon
First Automobile to be made in Wisconsin

 

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George Ellis with his 1892 Automobile in Wisconsin. According to documentation filed with the photograph, Ellis claimed that he successfully ran his automobile on February 28, 1892. Automobile is in the  McCormick Museum
Wisconsin Historical Society

 

First Duryea automobile by Heather Brandon.

1893 Duryea
Duryea Motor Wagon Co
Chicapee, Ma and Moline, Il
1894-1917

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Elwood Haynes and his first Pioneer automobile, 1893
Source: New York City Public Library
Real Photo

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Henry Ford driving his 1896 Quadracycle Automobile
Source: New York City Public Library
Real Photo

 

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J.D. Perry Louis on his 1893 Electric vehicle
St. Louis, Mo. First one to be seen on the city streets.
Copied from the Missouri History Museum

 

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Stephen Balzar Quadricycle
1894-1900

 

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1894 Black
Black Mfg. Co. Chicago, IL
1903-1909

 

<strong>Roberts Electric Car</strong>

1897 Roberts Electric Stanhope Built by C. E. Roberts in Chicago, IL

 

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1895 De La La Vergine Six Passenger

 

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1895 Hill & Cummings Park Wagon, Chicago, IL

 

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1895 Hartley Steam Fourseater
Hartley Power Supply Co., Chicago, IL
1895-1899

 

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1895 De La Vergne Dos-A-Dos
Vergne Refrigerating Machine Co. , New York, NY
1895-1896

1895 Chicago Benton Harbor Autocycle
Chicago Automobile Co.
1895

 

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1896 Riker Electric Triumph
Riker Electric Motor Co. NY, NY
1896-1900

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1896 Hart Runabout
Frederick Hart, Poughkeepsie, NY

 

 

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1896 Duryea Runabout
Duryea Motor Wagon Company, Chicopee, Ma.
1896-1914

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1896 Henry King's Runabout, Replica
Now in the Detroit Historical Society Museum

 

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1897 Rambler with Thomas B. Jeffery
Thos. B. Jeffery Co. Kanosha, WI
1902-1954

 

 

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1897 Haynes-Apperson
The Haynes-Apperson Co. Kokomo, IN
1898-1904

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1897 Oldsmobile
Source: New York City Public Library
Original Photo

 

 

1897 Anthony Runabout
Seventeen year old Earle C. Anthony made this buggy in 1897. He later became a Packard dealer and broadcasting and chief pioneer. He built  this simple piano box trap in Los Angeles.

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1899 Oakman Runabout
Oakman Motor Vehicle Company
Greenfield, Ma.

 

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1897 Fey Runabout
Fey Brothers, Northfield, Mn
1897-1906
Images fron Northfield Historical Society
Minnesota Digital Collection

 

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James W. Packard driving his first Packard in 1898
Source: New York City Public Library
Real Photo

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1899 Kelsey and Timey
Made by Carl Kelsey and Sheldon Timey
Only one made

 

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1899 Sperry Electric Runabout
Machine Screw Co., Cleveland, Oh
1899-1901

 

1898 Stover Horseless Carriage 09

1898 Stover High Wheel
Copied from Jack Snells's Photos
on Flickr

 


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1899 Knox Porcupine
Knox Automobile Co. Springfield, Mass.
1900-1915

 

1899 Winton Phaeton

1899 Winton Phaeton
Winton Motor Carriage Co. Cleveland, OH
1897-1924

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1899 Locomobile
Locomobile Co. of America
Westport Ma. 1899-1900, Bridgeport Ct. 1900-1929
The Steam Car Club of Great Britian

 

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1899 Karns Runabout

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1899 Waverly Stanhope Runabout
Waverley Co. Indianapolis, IN
1896-1901

 

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1899 Baldwin
Baldwin Steam Car Company
South Connellsville, Pennsylvania

 

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1899 Packard Runabout
Packard Automobile Co. Detroit, Mi
1899-1954

"Howard's First Elmore"

Elmore No. 1
Elmore Mfg. Clyde, Oh.
1898-1912

 

A Columbia Electric car, c1899.<br>Credit: National Motor Museum / HIP / TopFoto

1899 Columbia
Columbia Automobile Company, Hartford Ct.
1899-1912

1896 Rikev Electric Tricycle<br><br><br>

1896 Riker Electric Tricycle
Riker Electric Motor Co. Brooklyn, NY
1896-1902

 

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1899 Woods Electric.
Woods Motor Vehicle Co. Chicago, IL
1899-1919
Henry Palmer driving
Later became a partner in Palmer-Singer

 

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1890 Electric Automobile

 

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Prize winning Horseless Carriage shown at a 1912 State Fair

 

Charles King completed his automobile in March of 1896, and, with his helper  Oliver Barthell aboard, King made his maiden journey through the streets of what would become Motown. Henry Ford, whose car wasn't running until three months later, followed on a bicycle. After a lenghty delay, he founded the King Automobile Co. in 1912

 

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1896 Simpson Runabout
William Simpson, Jeweler, Berea, OH
The car ran in Berea’s fourth of July parade in 2006, and now resides in the Mahler Museum and History Center

 

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Thomas Edison Standing by a 1900 Baker Electric Automobile

 

Henry Ford Quadricycle (replica) by sjb4photos-catching up.

Henry Ford Quadracycle
1896

 

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1895 Haynes Runabout

 

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1889 High Wheeler built by Henry Nadig
Allentown, Pa

 

 

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1898 Edwin Brown Touring

 

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1898 Winton Tonneau
Winton Motor Carriage Co. Cleveland, OH
1897-1924

 

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1899 Hay Hotchkiss
Hay & Hotchkiss, New Haven, CT
1898-1899

 

1899 Packard Four Passenger
Packard Motor Car Co. Detroit, MI
1903-1955

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1898 Riker Electric
Riker Electric Vehicle Co. Elizabethport, NJ
1896-1902

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Two 1898 Whitney steam vehicles
G. E. Whitney Motor Wagon Co. Boston, MA
1895-1897

 

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1898 Pittsburg Runabout Wicker Body
Pittsburg Motor Vehicle Co. Pittsburg, PA
1897-1899

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Two Columbia Three Wheel Delivery Aurtomobiles
Electric Vehicle Co, Haretford, CT.
1898-1913

 

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1895 MacLeod Motor Carriage
Cincinnati, OH

 

 

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1896 Hertel  Gasoline Runabout
Chicago, IL

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1895 Columbia GasolineRunabout

 

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1895 Surrey privately made by unknown  maker. Sold to the Maxwell Co. in 1911

In 1911, Maxwell Co bought both of these automobiles.

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