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Topic: 1920s cars

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[Fire patrol of our forestry service]

[Fire patrol of our forestry service]

Man in vehicle of fire patrol forest service on railroad tracks.

Safety no. 1389

Safety no. 1389

Elderly man posed with automobile (Model T?) equipped with tire chains.

Autos requisitioned -- Paris

Autos requisitioned -- Paris

Photograph shows automobiles requisitioned to move troops to the front during World War I, Paris, France. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2011)

F. Hedley

F. Hedley

Photograph shows Fred Hedley (1864-1955), the vice president and general manager of the Interborough Rapid Transit Company. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2014)

Completed product of a great automobile factory ready for delivery, Detroit, Mich.

Completed product of a great automobile factory ready for delivery, De...

Row of completed Cadillac touring cars come off the assembly line.

[The Women's Radio Corps]

[The Women's Radio Corps]

3 women in uniform standing beside Army car.

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