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George Dorris and wife in the 1901 "St. Louis"" model designed by Dorris and built by the St. Louis Motor Carriage Car Company

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The owners of St. Louis Motor Carriage Company,
George Dorris (front) and Jesse Fin a company racing and touring car circa 1903.

 

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St. Louis Carriage Comany, makers of the
St. Louis Cars and later the Dorris cars, 1899

 

 

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Early Soap Box Derby Entrant

 

Blatz Beer Truck

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First Electric Taxis in New York, 1897

 

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Dr. Mueller with his new Steam driven 1901 Milawaukee that he had just purchased from Milawaukee Automobile

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First Oldsmobile driven from San Francisco to
New York,  1909

 

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First Buick, 1904
Chief Engineer  Dave Marr and wife

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Lincoln and Frank Fey in second car
1900

 

 

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Fey Blacksmith Shop, Northfield, Mn. Frank Fey
and Father are on the steps

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Fey Brothers third car

 

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Fey Brothers riding in their fourth and last car, 1904

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Lincoln Fey in Car No. 2, 1898

 

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Family in an a car bult by J. B. A. Benoit, Benson, Mn.
1902

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Road Testing the 1903 Cadillacs

 

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Bjella automobile built in McIntosh, Minn. by Ole Bjella
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Harry Wilcox testing his automobile on a rough road, 1905

 

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1910 Rattan and Reed Body Automobile
Body by Amesbury Rattan and Reed Co.
Amesbury, Ma.
1906-1911
Only body company in the world that made these bodies.

 

Roland and Mary Conklin of Huntington, N.Y., made house-car travel a family experience. Their bus factory built the Gypsy Van, shown above, and in the summer of 1915, the Conklin family set out to see America

 

A Fanily home on wheels on a 1909 Truck chassis

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Monument Square, Indianopolis, In., 1908

 

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Man working on 1903 Orient Buckboard car , 1940 NYC Automobile Sho

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1940 automobile show in New York City

 

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Man on a Hi-Wheel bicycle
NYC 1940 Automobile Show

 

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The good old days
NYC 1940 Automobile Show

 

 

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The Winner of the 1940 Auto Show  "World's Fair" on Plate

 

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Breezing along in a 1904 Speedster

 

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1903 Oldsmobile Pirate

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The original 1902 Cadillac

 

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1909 Glidden Tour

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The Horse and his Successor.

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Zenkmobile Factory

 

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1910 Lambert Automobile at its Buckeye Automotive factory
Anderson, In.

 

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Interior of Krit Company automobile shop

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