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Product Mobiles At Home And Down Under

According to the State Library of Queensland, “John Macpherson Robertson, born in the Australian state of Victoria in 1859, was apprenticed to a confectionery company as a young man. He bought a controlling interest in Life Savers Ltd. in 1926″ that covered: Australia, New Zealand, the island of New Guinea, and neighboring islands. “Robertson had…

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A Maharajah’s Model “T” Ford Tiger Hunting Car

After seeing images of expensive coachbuilt Rolls-Royce hunting cars constructed for the Maharajah’s of India, this 1920s Model “T” Ford represents a complete change in direction to what is customarily seen. The Ford, produced at the Worli, India assembly plant was blacked out and painted with simulated Zebra stripes. Extra equipment includes; a small fold-out pantry,…

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Sunday Edition No. XIV – Stamp Out Prohibition – RAC 1000 Mile Trial – A Custom Model “T” Ford Coupe – Brick Paved Highways

Interesting Prohibition photo

The image above was found via Robert Werrbach and it originates from the Hagley Museum. It was taken in Wilmington, Delaware, circa 1931 and showed what may have been an organization from Massachusetts campaigning to Stamp Out Prohibition. The car was on a journey from an unknown location To Seattle, Washington and Return. Check out the interesting slogans stating that repealing…

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