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Mrs. Phil Riley, St.Clair car

Ford Motor Co. Marine Car at Dist. Bldg., 9/14/26

[Highway crowded with automobiles and people] / F.G.H.

Community service theatre. A moving theater mounted on an automobile chassis, said to be the first of its kind. It is conducted by the Community Service, Washington, D.C., for the benefit of poor children and the childrens hospitals

[Charging the battery of a Detroit electric automobile]

Auto Trade Assoc. parade, Wash. D.C., June 28, 1919

CAPITOL, U.S. VISITORS, ETC. CROWD AND AUTO

[The Women's Radio Corps]

Girl steel workers [in automobile] on picket duty on steel mill property

Automobile owned by Mrs. Charles W. Richardson in driveway with driver at the wheel, Washington, D.C.

Auto Trade Assoc. parade, Wash. D.C., June 28, 1919

["Detroit Electric" auto on promotional tour through mountains from "Seattle to Mt. Rainier": Man standing in front of auto, which is parked on mountain road]

FIRST DIVISION, A.E.F. AMERICAN EXPIDITIONARY FORCES. GENERAL PERSHING IN AUTO. A BLURRED PICTURE

Draper, State Dept. car

Pres. & Mrs. Wilson in car

OVERTURNED STREET CAR

["Detroit Electric" auto on promotional tour through mountains from "Seattle to Mt. Rainier": Mt. Rainier in background]

Auto Trade Assoc. parade, Wash. D.C., June 28, 1919

[A Detroit Electric automobile stopped on road by burnt-over land, with snow-covered mountain in background, Washington]

A.R.C. car (Major Perkins), Salonique

Street scene, San Benito, Texas

Motor Transport Co. 554 enroute to Santa Cruz, August 29, 1919 to escort the Pacific fleet to San Francisco

Auto Trade Assoc. parade, Wash. D.C., June 28, 1919

[Man and Woman in automobile with DC and Maryland plates], 1919

Auto Trade Assoc. parade, Wash. D.C., June 28, 1919

Fremont car

[Woman getting into back seat of car as chauffeur holds door, Washington, D.C., area]

Auto Trade Assoc. parade, Wash. D.C., June 28, 1919

[President & Mrs. Wilson on first auto ride after his illness]

[Mack Sennett's bathing beauties posed on automobile, Washington, D.C., area]

[Electric auto at re-charging station]

Pittsburgh Strike [1919 strikers demonstrating in car]

Traffic, 14th & Thomas Circle [Washington, D.C]

Herald Tour, Staunton, Mitchell cars

Hudson Super Six racing car in Washington, D.C. [in front of the State, Navy and War Dept.]

[1920 car with five bystanders, Washington, D.C.]

Killeen duplex truck mail car

Tulsa car, 1920

Allen car, 1920

Allen car, 1920

Herald tour, Point Comfort, Gardener car

Tulsa car, 1920

Gardener car

[Arab man driving car with other men as passengers]

Auto wreck

Canadian scenes. Auto on railroad tracks

[Man and woman, in automobile, in the Washington, D.C., area]

[Exhibits at an unidentified auto show, probably in Washington, D.C., Chrysler convertible in foreground]

E.T. Meredith auto

To Sinai by car. Car stuck in the midst of a sand dune. Sand drifts across the road

Herald Colonial Beach Tour

Sayer six in front VA home, Leesburg, VA

Herald tour, Allen car to Fredk., 5/6/20

Mrs. C.C. Glover, Jr.

Miscellaneous subjects. Armored vehicles in front of Old Executive Office Building I

Miscellaneous subjects. Armored vehicles in front of Old Executive Office Building IV

Auto wreck

Duesenberg Straight Eight, "Built to outclass, Outrun and Outlast any car on the road"

Hudson, stolen car

Sir Herbert Samuel and party, leaving Amman, [Jordan, in car with others]

Wescott Car, Herald Booster run, [5/6/20]

Car driving down a street, New Orleans or Charleston, South Carolina

Military subjects. Group of soldiers standing by car

Vice Pres. car & chauffer [...], 12/4/20

Herald tour, Point Comfort, Gardener car

To Sinai by car. Wadi Feiran. A halt on the way

Ruins of Jerash (Gerasa). Circasian [i.e. Circassian], ox cart. Loaded with sheaves, overtaken by modern motor car

The home of an exiled prince. Now the headquarters of the American Red Cross in Athens, Greece It was turned over to the Americans by the Greek government after Prince Ypsilanti, confidential adviser to the former King Constantine, had followed that former monarch into Switzerland for an indefinite sojourn.

Fredericksburg tour, Jordan car

Fredericksburg tour, Jordan car

Armoured cars on Julian Way, Jerusalem

Automobiles. Snow covered automobile parked on street

Miscellaneous subjects. Armored vehicles in front of Old Executive Office Building III

E.T. Meredith auto

H.S. [i.e., Herbert Samuel] in auto, July 1920

Pres. & Mrs. Wilson in auto

Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Automobile headlamp reflecting Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Miscellaneous subjects. View of automobile with dent in side from side

Portrait photographs. Man smoking a pipe standing in front of an automobile

Smithsonian Institution interiors. Auto hall in the Smithsonian Institution

3 men with new Dodge auto

Vogue Car, 1920

Wescott Car, Herald Booster run, 5/6/20

Penrose car, accident

Tulsa car, 1920

Eleventh Huzars arriving at Ludd. Armoured car ready to take to road

Monroe car, 1920

Jordan Car, [Washington, D.C.], 1920

Dodge Brothers Motor Car Company Plant, Between Joseph Campau & Conant Avenues, Hamtramck, Wayne County, MI

Oakland car for Times

Courtyard with a car, New Orleans

Miss Ellen Messer

Herald Colonial Beach Tour

Florida bathing beauties in Columbia Six Sport

Street scene looking toward store front of Dodge Brothers Motor Cars/Graham Brothers Trucks

Miscellaneous subjects. View of automobile with dent in side from back

Pres. & Mrs. Wilson in auto

Dodge auto

Hudson super six automobile in Washington, D.C., at 17th and Pennsylvania Avenues, N.W., in front of State, War, and Navy Bldg.

Rosalie Jones as an auto salesman

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