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Automobile!

Auto races, Rockville Fair, 8/25/23
1889
1889
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Charles E. Duryea in his third automobile (1893-4), winner of the Chicago contest of 1894

Charles E. Duryea in his third automobile (1893-4), winner of the Chic...

Photograph shows Charles E. Duryea sitting inside automobile on dirt road near houses.

Auto telegraph car, no. 2

Auto telegraph car, no. 2

8 U.S. Army Signal Corpsmen in auto specially equiped for installation of portable telegraph lines.

After quail in our hunting automobile

After quail in our hunting automobile

Man seated in open-air automobile, with dog in cage in back, view from front of car.

[Five persons, possibly tourists and a guide, in an automobile]

[Five persons, possibly tourists and a guide, in an automobile]

Photograph shows an older man and four women sitting in an automobile.

A sportsman's automobile hunting outfit

A sportsman's automobile hunting outfit

Man seated in open-air automobile, with dog in cage in back.

Auto Parade

Auto Parade

Group of autos parked on street.

Children of the City Orphan Asylums, on annual automobile outing - before City Hall, N.Y.C.

Children of the City Orphan Asylums, on annual automobile outing - bef...

Street jammed with open cars; children holding small flags; New York City.

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