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Car Sales Catalogs

Early automobiles manufacturers catalogs of 1910-1920Created by: NYPL's Public Domain ArchiveDated: 1910
Model 9 Coupé (4 passenger); Price, $ 2,500.
Commercial Auto Sales Catalogs
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Chassis of Thomas 4 cylinder, 60 horse power Flyer.
Frontenac Touring cars & Runabouts manufactured at Newburgh U.S.A. by the Abendroth & Root Manufacturing Co. [Title page].
Plate No. 7 - Universal drive shaft [Drawing].
Cut No. 1. Sectional view of Franklin motor.
Plate No. 3 - Wheel brake and connections [Drawing].
Franklin direct air cooling; 116 cars each run 100 miles on low gear.
Franklin Sirocco fan flywheel.
Franklin Type D, 105 - inch wheel - base $ 2, 800.
Type d Runabout; Type D Landaulet.
Type H Touring-car.
Engine of Type H.
St. Mark's Place, no. 340-348, Staten Island.
Car and homemade trailer on U.S. 101 near King City, California. Man and wife middle-aged, from Wisconsin. "Old Man Depression sent us out on the road ... You don't know anything about how many people are living in trailers till you 'hit' Florida.
Used car lot in Columbus, Ohio
The Negro Motorist Green Book: 1948: A Classified Motorist & Tourist Guide Covering the United States & Alaska
The Negro Motorist Green Book: 1950: An International Travel Guide
The Negro Motorist Green Book: 1947: A Classified Motorist's & Tourist's Guide Covering the United States
The Negro Motorist Green Book: 1947: A Classified Motorist's & Tourist's Guide Covering the United States
Madam C.J. Walker (driving) with (left to right) her niece Anjetta Breedlove; Madam C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company factory forelady (manager) Alice Kelly; and Walker Company bookkeeper Lucy Flint.
Views of side and plan Coats Steamer, page 36 (detail)
Car and homemade trailer on U.S. 101 near King City, California. Man and wife middle-aged, from Wisconsin. "Old Man Depression sent us out on the road ... You don't know anything about how many people are living in trailers till you 'hit' Florida.
40-45 h.p. Frontenac Runabout, extra seat folded.
40-45 h.p. Frontenac Runabout, extra seat in place.
40-45 h.p. Frontenac Touring car.
A breezy run
40-45 h.p. Frontenac Limousine.
Plan view of 40-45 h.p. Frontenac chassis.
Logo of Frontenac]; [Back cover].
Frontenac 5 ton truck.
Frontenac Touring car.
The American [Front cover].
The American [Title page].
American motor car company, Indianapolis, Indiana.
The American Roadster; Two or three passenger; Four cylinder, 50 - 60 h.p., $ 3,750.
Underslung frame chassis of the Speedster, the Traveler and the Roadster.
The American Traveler; Two or four passenger; forty-inch wheels, four cylinder, 50 - 60 h.p., $ 4,000.
Chassis for all touring models.
The American Gadabout; Five passenger; Four cylinder, 50-60 h. p.,  $ 3,750.
The American Tourist; Seven passenger; Four cylinder, 50-60 h. p., $ 4,000.
The American Limousine; Four cylinder, 50-60 h. p.; $ 5,000.
The American Wayfarer; Five passenger; Four cylinder, 50-60 h. p., $ 3,750.
The American Speedster; Four cylinder, 60-70 h.p., $ 5,000.
Atlas perfected two-cycle motor cars, 1909 [Front cover].
Atlas two-cycle motor cars; perfected two-cycle engine [Title page].
Atlas 30 h. p. five-passenger touring car; $ 2,000.
The Atlas two-cycle engine with five moving parts: 1 crank shaft - 2 pistons - 2 connecting rods.
Atlas 20 h.p. two-passenger Runabout; $ 1,400.
Atlas 20 h.p. three-passenger Runabout; $ 1,450.
Atlas 30 h.p. two- or four-passenger Runabout (closed); $ 1,900.
Atlas 30 h. p. two- or four-passenger Runabout (open); $ 1,900.
Atlas 20 h. p. Taxicab; Seats five passengers inside; Turns in 28 foot space; $ 2,350.
Atlas 20 h. p. light weight delivery wagon; Capacity 1,200 pounds; The car that "delivers the goods"; $ 1,900.
Doctor's special Atlas 20 h. p. Runabout; $ 1,250.
Babcock Electrics [Front cover].
Babcock Electrics; Babcock Electric Carriage Co., Buffalo, N.Y. [Title page].
View of the Babcock Electric Carriage Company.
Model 5 Runabout; Price $ 1,600.
Model 6 Victoria phaeton; Price, $ 1,800.
Model 1 Special; Price, $ 1,800.
Model 4, four-passenger Stanhope; Price, $ 2,250.
Model 9 Coupé (4 passenger); Price, $ 2,500.
Model 10 Coupé; Price, $ 2,200.
A group of Babcock Electrics in Delaware Park, Buffalo.
Model 11 Town car; Price, $ 3,250.
Model 12 gentelman's Roadster; Price, $ 2,000.
Model 7 Brougham; Price, $ 4,000.
Chassis of models 5, 6 and 10.
Showing rectifier installed and vehicle being charged.
Scenes from the highways connecting Illinois cities, on the history-creating and triumphal 1244-mile trip of a "Babcock Electric".
Route of the 1244-mile tour through Illinois on one battery in a $ 1,600 Babcock Runabout.
Baker electric vehicles [Front cover].
Baker electric vehicles; [View of the Baker car on the country road]; [Title page].
Baker Electrics; [View of the factory].
Baker electric vehicles; Queen Victoria; P chassis.
Baker electric vehicles; Straight front Coupé; P or P "Special" cassis.
Baker electric vehicles; Queen Victoria; P "Special" chassis.
Baker electric vehicles; Extension Front Coupé; P "Special chassis.
Baker electric vehicles; Runabout; S chassis.
Baker electric vehicles; S Coupé; S chassis.
Baker electric vehicles; Roadster; M chassis.
Baker electric vehicles; Brougham; I chassis.
Baker electric vehicles; Landaulet; I chassis.
Baker electric vehicles; F Coupé.
Baker electric vehicles; J Victoria.
Baker electric vehicles; Surrey.
Baker electric vehicles; Suburban.
Baker electric vehicles; Stanhope.
Baker electric vehicles; Imperial.
Baker electric vehicles; Light Express wagon; Capacity, 500 lbs.
Benz, 1909 [Front cover].
Benz motor cars, 1909.
Actual photograph of the first automobile; Invented by Carl Benz Mannheim, Germany; First appearance on the streets of Mannheim, Oct. 25th, 1883.
Benz automobile.
Benz motor cars, 1909; Benz & CIE; Rheinische Gasmotoren-Fabrik Aktiengesellschaft, Mannheim; Founded 1883 [Title page].
Benz Auto Import Co. of America; View of the factory.
Prince Henry Tour 1908; [Trophies].
Benz in the Grand Prix, France, 1908.
40 h.p. chassis chain driven.
The small 18 h.p. Benz car.
18 h.p. chassis.
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