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De Dion motor carriage

De Dion motor carriage

Photograph shows two men sitting in an automobile on snow covered street. Copyright 1901 by E. Chickering. Title from item.

De Dion motor carriage #2

De Dion motor carriage #2

Two men in automobile. Copyright by E. Chickering.

Panorama view street car motor room /

Panorama view street car motor room /

A camera moving forward on an overhead crane gives a traveling view of men working on machinery. Carts carrying parts and pieces of machinery pass by on rails; cranes lift machinery; and men perform their vario... more

Indians in a motor boat

Indians in a motor boat

Native Americans in a boat at an industrial exhibition.

[New York - Oyster Bay, Long Island Yacht Club: small motor launch with ten aboard]

[New York - Oyster Bay, Long Island Yacht Club: small motor launch wit...

Photo by Frances Benjamin Johnston. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection.

Motor cars crossing Bogye Falaya River

Motor cars crossing Bogye Falaya River

Photograph shows two streetcars crossing wooden bridge with signage, "Warning, no one allowed on this bridge". Publ. by Tolson & Schonberg. Title from item.

G.H. Curtiss winning Scientific American Trophy with aeroplane "June Bug," driven by a Curtiss Motor, Hammondsport, N.Y., July 4, 1908

G.H. Curtiss winning Scientific American Trophy with aeroplane "June B...

Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. Army Air Service "1360 A.S." Copyright by H.M. Benner. Ernest L. Jones Collection. Caption card tracings: NY H-; Aviation 1908; Airplanes ... more

[Starting motor for Louis Blériot's cross-channel flight]

[Starting motor for Louis Blériot's cross-channel flight]

George Grantham Bain Collection. No. 850-2.

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