A young boy posing in what appears to be a photography studio, perhaps in the UK. The motorcycle engine has a vertical cylinder configuration and is either a single or possibly a twin and has the appearance of being a mid 1920s British machine. We hope one of our viewers can identify the maker.
In the northeast, we’ve had our share of snow this winter and the roof rakes have been getting a workout. Our house looks about as snowed under as this ’28-’29 Model A Ford tudor, location not known.
A glimpse back in time, looking up Pleasant Street, Morgantown, West Virginia.
This is a very rare photo of Ray Harroun and his mechanic Harry Goetz in a Marmon. This photo appears to have been taken at the Speedway in Indianapolis in 1910. The first two years of activities at the track were a variety of shorter races with 1911 being the first 500 mile event. Harroun driving…
Donald Herr is shown in his fully stripped National racing car, which won the Free For All at the Port Jefferson, Long Island, NY Hill Climb c. 1910-1912. The Free for all at that time, typically was the run for the big displacement machines. Photo courtesy of Bob Swanson.
I imagine in 1907 it might take a pretty girl or a Pope-Hartford Model L to get some people to visit Neodesha, Kansas. This is an original postcard that you could have made with any location printed on the bottom with the same photo at the top.