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Winter logging

Winter has always been a great time to harvest timber, and here is a great example of how steam power was used to haul a big load of logs in Cheboygan, Michigan (about as far north as you can go before the U.P.). The rig is a Phoenix, c. 1903-05, built in Wisconsin.

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Nashua New Hampshire, 1911…

An interesting postcard sent on April, 19 1911, showing a very rare Maxwell Roadster. The sporty looking car is on a rough, possibly paving brick street, out in front of The Steam Dye House. The postcard was sent back home to Maine reading the following; Hello Sister, Here I am, what do you say, for a…

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European mystery

I have no idea what make this is, but it is a wonderful car and family portrait. The acetylene generator sure looks like the square Rushmore unit found on American cars of this era. Let’s hope one of our viewers recognizes the make and shares it with us.

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