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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.

[General office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[General office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

Photo shows men working in office of the foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905.

[Office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[Office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

Photo shows men working in office of the foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905.

[Henry Leland (right) and Robert Faulconer (left), in office at Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[Henry Leland (right) and Robert Faulconer (left), in office at Leland...

Photo shows the owners of the foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines in 1903 and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905. (Source: R. Szudarek

[Model T's coming off the assembly line at the Highland Park plant]

[Model T's coming off the assembly line at the Highland Park plant]

Photograph shows three men riding the skeleton of an automobile coming off the line with the rear wheels running on a revolving steel drum.

[Group of workers posed with bucket cart outside Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Michigan]

[Group of workers posed with bucket cart outside Leland & Faulconer Ma...

Photo shows men at the foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905. In middle row, owner Robert

[Detroit, Mich., general office, Leland and Faulconer Co.]

[Detroit, Mich., general office, Leland and Faulconer Co.]

Photo shows men working in office of the foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905.

[Factory workers assembling engines at Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[Factory workers assembling engines at Leland & Faulconer Manufacturin...

Photo shows men at the foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines in 1903 and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905.

[Assembling room, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[Assembling room, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich....

Photo shows men working at foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905.

[General office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[General office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

Photo shows men working in office of the foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905.

[Private office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[Private office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

Photo shows 5 men seated at table in the company that produced automobile engines and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905.

[Stenographers' room, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[Stenographers' room, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, M...

Photo shows 2 women working at foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905.

[Private office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[Private office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

Photo shows Henry Leland at table facing the woman secretary, his son Wilfred Leland to right of the radiator, and an unidentified man at the foundry and machine shop

[The testing room, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[The testing room, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich...

Photo shows men working in foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905.

[Stenographers' room, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[Stenographers' room, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, M...

Photo shows 2 women working at foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905.

[Shipping office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich.]

[Shipping office, Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich....

Photo shows men working in office of the foundry and machine shop that produced automobile engines and merged with Cadillac Motor Co. in 1905.

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.