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  • 1910 Buick
  • 1910 Buick

    1910 Buick

    Emma and Bob Brooks and Emma and Al Heinecke pose in front of a 1910 Buick (automobile on left)

  • Antique Auto Derby
  • Autocar Gasoline Automobile

    Autocar Gasoline Automobile

    Track demonstration drive of an early 1900s Autocar Gasoline Automobile. The company was called the Pittsburgh Motor Vehicle Company when started in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1897, but became the Autocar Company in 1899 when it moved to Ardmore, Pennsylvania, outside Philadelphia.

  • Buick Bug Race Car
  • Charlie Breslin

    Charlie Breslin

    Copy of an image featuring Charlie Breslin sitting in car number 5 in Lebanon, Pennsylvania or Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  • Great American Mountain Rally

    Great American Mountain Rally

    The Philadelphia Mummers performing in a parade.

  • John Libaire's Garage

    John Libaire's Garage

    John Libaire stands in front of his garage, which houases a Studebaker Roadster (left) and Buick (right).

  • Mercedes-Knight
  • Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Interior scene, WFIL-TV a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania television station in the Radio and Television Division of Triangle Publications filmed programs for itself, associate stations and eventually a syndicated service. For television, the roster of programs included such unusual programs as: Longest Tunnel - the seven and one-half miles cut through Mont Blanc, in full color.

  • Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Exterior scene, WFIL-TV a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania television station in the Radio and Television Division of Triangle Publications filmed programs for itself, associate stations and eventually a syndicated service. For television, the roster of programs included such unusual programs as: Longest Tunnel - the seven and one-half miles cut through Mont Blanc, in full color.

  • Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Exterior scene, WFIL-TV a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania television station in the Radio and Television Division of Triangle Publications filmed programs for itself, associate stations and eventually a syndicated service. For television, the roster of programs included such unusual programs as: Longest Tunnel - the seven and one-half miles cut through Mont Blanc, in full color.

  • Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Exterior scene, WFIL-TV a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania television station in the Radio and Television Division of Triangle Publications filmed programs for itself, associate stations and eventually a syndicated service. For television, the roster of programs included such unusual programs as: Longest Tunnel - the seven and one-half miles cut through Mont Blanc, in full color.

  • Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Exterior scene, WFIL-TV a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania television station in the Radio and Television Division of Triangle Publications filmed programs for itself, associate stations and eventually a syndicated service. For television, the roster of programs included such unusual programs as: Longest Tunnel - the seven and one-half miles cut through Mont Blanc, in full color.

  • Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Exterior scene, WFIL-TV a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania television station in the Radio and Television Division of Triangle Publications filmed programs for itself, associate stations and eventually a syndicated service. For television, the roster of programs included such unusual programs as: Longest Tunnel - the seven and one-half miles cut through Mont Blanc, in full color.

  • Mors engine
  • Packard Roadster
  • Packard Roadster
  • Philadelphia Auto Show

    Philadelphia Auto Show

    Chalmers Packard on display at the Philadelphia Auto Show

  • Philadelphia Auto Show

    Philadelphia Auto Show

    Stanley Steamer on display at the Philadelphia Auto Show as part of the Antique Auto Derby.

  • Studebaker Special Six
  • Studebaker Special Six
  • Unidentified Event

    Unidentified Event

    Exterior scene, WFIL-TV Channel 6 from Philadelphia, PA, television crew.

  • Unidentified Event

    Unidentified Event

    Exterior scene, WFIL-TV Channel 6 from Philadelphia, PA, television crew.