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Truck trailers line up at a freight house to load and unload goods from the Chicago and Northwestern railroad, Chicago, Ill.

Cleaning snow from streets in trucks, New York

Marine trucks

Coke delivery wagon and workers, Detroit City GasCompany, Mich.

Cleaning snow from the streets in trucks, New York

American Trucks, Kylburg, Germany

Horse-drawn delivery trucks, Schlitz Brewery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Marines motor trucks

[Coke delivery wagon and workers, Detroit City GasCompany, Mich.]

German motor trucks

[Coke delivery wagon and workers, Detroit City Gas Co., Mich.]

Coke delivery wagon and workers, Detroit City Gas Co., Mich.

Electric motor and car trucks in machine shops, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.

U.S. Mail trucks

[Trucks near Cherry blossom trees, Washington, D.C.]

Semmes Motor Co., Nat. City Dairy Co. trucks

[Bus and mail(?) trucks in front of the Washington, D.C., Post Office]

[Three trucks: S.M. Frazier]

[Santa Claus standing on back of Washington, D.C., Post Office truck, decorated with branches and American flag]

Coal wagons waiting in line 6 blocks long to get coal at one of the largest coal yards in Chicago ...

Pigley Wigley [sic] trucks

Ford Motor Co., Manhattan Ldy.[Laundry] trucks

Employes [sic] of Linn & Scruggs Department Store

Graham Bros. oyster trucks

Graham Bros. Fussel trucks, [Washington Monument, Washington, D.C., in background]

[U.S. Mail trucks]

Chestnut Farm Dairy trucks

Ford Motor Co., Holmes trucks

Disabled trucks at the Wesselton Diamond Mine, South Africa

WOODWARD & LOTHROP'S DEPARTMENT STORE, WASHINGTON, D.C. TRUCKS

[WOODWARD & LOTHROP'S DEPARTMENT STORE, WASHINGTON, D.C. TRUCKS]

WOODWARD & LOTHROP'S DEPARTMENT STORE, WASHINGTON, D.C. TRUCKS

WOODWARD & LOTHROP'S DEPARTMENT STORE, WASHINGTON, D.C. TRUCKS

Armored car ; Soldiers unloading equipment from truck

Officer reviewing line of armored tanks ; Artillery truck

[Woman standing on electric shop truck, Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, N.Y., during World War I]

[Armored car ; Soldiers unloading equipment from truck]

[Officer reviewing line of armored tanks ; Artillery truck]

The Y.M.C.A. motor kitchen in France / Edgar Wright.

Trucks, 39th St. Ferry

Gold-laden trucks, 9/8/15

Trucks at 39th St. Ferry

Gold-laden trucks, 9/8/15

Motor trucks with supplies for U.S. troops in Mex. [i.e., Mexico]

[Highway construction crew and truck, Michigan]

Highway construction truck and supplies, probably Michigan State Highway Dept., Michigan

[Military trucks]

Aerial view of Motor Truck Group, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, Major F.H. Pope, Cavalry, commanding, December, 1916

Army camp Columbus, N.M., auto truck supply train about to leave for Mexico / Shulman.

CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. TRANSPORTING PHONE GIRLS IN TRUCKS DURING STRIKE

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square, Truck load of tobacco workers bound for American Sumatra Tobacco Farm. South Windsor. They return about 7 P.M. Location: Hartford, Connecticut L.W. Hine

You drive a car here--why not a transport in France? American Field Service / / H. Blyleven, Esselen.

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square. Truck load of tobacco workers bound for American Sumatra Tobacco Farm, S[outh] Windsor. They return about 7 P.M. Location: Hartford, Connecticut / L.W. Hine.

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square, Truck load of tobacco workers bound for American Sumatra Tobacco Farm, S[outh] Windsor. They return about 7:00 P.M. Location: Hartford, Connecticut / L.W. Hine.

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square, Truck load of tobacco workers bound for American Sumatra Tobacco Farm, South Windsor. They return about 7:00 P.M. Location: Hartford, Connecticut L.W. Hine

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square. Truck load of tobacco workers bound for American Sumatra Tobacco Farm, South Windsor. They return about 7 P.M. Location: Hartford, Connecticut L.W. Hine

American field service / Nuyttens 17.

6:00 A.M. at Post Office Square, Truck load of tobacco workers bound for American Sumatra Tobacco Farm. S[outh] Windsor. They return about 7 P.M. Location: Hartford, Connecticut / L.W. Hine.

Italian movable hospital. The operating room; whole hospital can be moved on trucks; Italian movable hospital can be erected or dissembled in short space of time and stowed away on motor trucks

You drive a car here--why not a transport in France? American Field Service / / H. Blyleven, Esselen.

The war-bread wagon

RED CROSS, AMERICAN. ARMY TRUCKS AND TRAILERS FOR RED CROSS SUPPLIES

Loading motor trucks

ARMY, U.S. SOLDIERS GOING THROUGH CITY IN TRUCKS AND AUTOS

ARMY, U.S. SOLDIERS GOING THROUGH CITY IN TRUCKS AND AUTOS

[U.S. Army in France: Camouflaged trucks in foregrd.]

ARMY, U.S. SOLDIERS GOING THROUGH CITY IN TRUCKS AND AUTOS

Veterans White trucks with their Indo-Chinese drivers in service on the French front. These trucks formed the motor equipment of the Great Headquarters Reserve No. 1 the personnel of which was awarded the Croix de Guerre

Carrying money from Bureau to Treasury

ARMY, U.S. SOLDIERS GOING THROUGH CITY IN TRUCKS AND AUTOS

105th Supply Train, Maj. J.W. Bradford commanding, Camp Sevier, S.C., March 13, 1918

ARMY, U.S. SOLDIERS GOING THROUGH CITY IN TRUCKS AND AUTOS

ARMY, U.S. SOLDIERS GOING THROUGH CITY IN TRUCKS AND AUTOS

Carrying money from Bureau to Treasury

ARMY, U.S. SOLDIERS GOING THROUGH CITY IN TRUCKS AND AUTOS

[Boy Scouts posed with a truck decorated for a parade, probably in the Anacostia section of Washington, D.C.]

ARMY, U.S. SOLDIERS GOING THROUGH CITY IN TRUCKS AND AUTOS

[Camouflaged U.S. Army trucks at bivouac in France. 1918]

Large truck of type used to haul American Red Cross supplies. These trucks were pressed into service as passenger cars during the subway strikes

Moving van, American Storage & Transfer. 1000 cubic ft. capacity

Griffith Consumers Co. Winter scene of Griffith Consumers Co. truck II

Railroads. Railroad yard with trucks and railroad cars I

Abner Drury Brewery, Inc. Truck from Abner Drury Brewery, Inc.

First East Bay Ship by Truck Tour, May 17-21, 1920, Robert W. Martland, Train Commander

Elite Laundry truck. Overhead view of bent bumper

Potomac Electric Power Co. service station building, 10th and Florida Ave. Linemen's truck I

Railroads. Railroad yard with trucks and railroad cars III

Southern Dairies Building and trucks. Southern Dairies building and trucks I

Japanese cherry blossoms. Truck underneath blooming cherry tree

Trucks. G.M.C. in front of Wilkins Coffee building, from Sterret Operating Service I

Elite Laundry truck. Side view of bent bumper

Griffith Consumers Co. Views of Griffith Consumers Co. truck VI

Miscellaneous subjects. Roslyn Steel and Cement truck unloading cement bags

Sterret Operating Service. Building and trucks in front of Sterret Operating Service

Ervin Wasey Co. Inc., Eaton Manufacturing Co. Truck from National of Washington, D.C. in front of Valley Forge Distributing Co. III

Abner Drury Brewery, Inc. Truck from Abner Drury Brewery, Inc

Abner Drury Brewery, Inc. Truck from Abner Drury Brewery, Inc. II

Griffith Consumers Co. Coal truck and house, Webster St., N.E. I

Southern Dairies Building and trucks. Southern Dairies building and trucks II

Trucks. Close-up of truck

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