Joseph "Buster", Driver,  and Harry "Jingles" Keaton in their 1909 Browniekar

Early  American Automobiles

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Jeffery promoting his Rambler Automobile
named after his favorite horse "Rambler"

 

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Little Lady riding in a 1907 High Wheel Jewell
Forest City Motor Co. Cleveland and Massillon, Oh.
1906-1909

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1911 Delivery Truck

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1910 Hudson
Hudson Motor Car Co. Detroit, MI
1909-1954

 

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1899 Four wheel  Duryea military vehicle
fitted with 30 caliber Colt Model 1895"Potato Dipper"
machine gun

 

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1898 Duryea Military wagon fitted
with a machine gun

 

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1904 Davidson Auto Battery vehicles. Davidson
worked with Duryea in building these vehicles
for the military

 

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First Automobile race in American was in 1895. There were several foreign cars entered, including Benz. The Duryea was the winer and claimed the $2000.00 prize

 

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Inside the Duryea factory in 1896

 

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S.R. Bailey at the wheel of his 1912 Electric car with
Thomas Edison as a passenger
S.R. Bailey and Co. Amesbury, Ma.

 

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Buick Test Engineer Walter Marr driving a 1903
Buick with Thomas Buick, David Buick's
son as a passenger

 

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Riding an EMF  to South Dakota

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Semms Motor Co. Dodge Dealership

 

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1920's Amoco Gasoline Station

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The original Columbus Buggy Company
factory in Columbus, Oh

 

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1915 Garage and Repair shop

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Thompson Factory and Employees

 

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Thomas Edison showing off his 1913 Baker Electric

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1909 Truck Hauling Junk

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1916 view of the inside the Inter-State Automobile Co.
Muncie, In.

 

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1910 Winton,
Winton Motor Carriage Co., Cleveland, Oh.
1897-1924

 

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A horse drawn Sayer and Scovill Hearse in a Christmas Parade

 

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Miss Uppity-Up and her 1910 Limousine

 

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1910 Metropol Racer,
Metropol Motors Corp. Port Jefferson, NY
1909-1913

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Taking a rest alongside their 1921 Lexington Automobile


 

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Delivery Van

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The owner of this National car is getting some attention

 

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1915 Showroom

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Winton in his Bullet Racer was the winner in Daytona's
first sactioned race

 

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Jackson Automobile Company employees
providing gasolone and lunch for the
1909 Glidden Tour participants

 

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Four Passenger High Wheelers were unusual

 

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Nell Richardson and Alice Burke in a Saxon Golden Eagle as they toured the country in 1916 for women's right

 

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1901 Autocar Co.
Jones on the ground is talking with John and Lewis Clark

 

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1905 Locomobile Racer
Joe Tracey driver, A.L. Ricker, President of Locomobile, looking on

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1908 "Querty" Delivery Van
First six letters on a typewiter
Underwood Typewriter

 

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Shriners riding in a 1908  REO in their parade

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Pope Hartfords for sale outside the factory in 1905

 

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1918 Canfield Gas Staton in Lakewood, Oh.

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