Idaho State Historical Society, Idaho Oral History Center
Cyr recalls his early life in the Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, area. Topics during the 1900s through the 1920s include the lumber trade, railroads, early automobiles, local businesses, crimes and criminals, North Idaho College, prohibition, Native Americans, and Fort Sherman
Hightstown-East Windsor Historical Society
Photographs and negatives, chiefly of Cottrell's Garage, Hightstown, N.J., and automobiles, including views of both inside and outside of the garage; a man standing next to his Essex automobile; service vehicles of Orton's Plumbing and Heating Service, Cranbury, N.J.; a bus being inspected on a lift at the garage; and people and equipment of the Hightstown Engine Co. No. 1, both before and after construction of its firehouse on North Main Street in 1928 -- Other views in the collection, many displaying automobiles prominently, include copy (ca. 1920) of a ca. 1885-1886 view of Main Street, the Chamberlin's Opera House fire (1929), First Presbyterian Church and church fire (1930), great Hightstown fire (1920), First Baptist Church of Hightstown, Cranbury Inn, the "Washington Oak" on Old York Road, East Windsor (ca. 1890-1900), and the collapsed hangar of Hightstown Air Service (1950)
Maine Historical Society
Miscellaneous materials relating primarily to the promotion of Knox and Cole automobiles by the Portland Company. Materials include original advertisement layouts and designs, printed promotional materials, and correspondence with other automobile dealers. Also includes a Michelin Tire Company price list and trade agreement (1909-1910)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, journals, scrapbooks, minutes of board of directors and other committees, memoranda, photos, reports, and other papers, relating to Canaday's various business interests, including Willys-Overland Motors, Inc., and its eventual sale (1953) to Henry J. Kaiser; his experiences in World War I in France; alumni affairs of Harvard University, and family matters, including correspondence of his wife, Molly Morpeth Canaday (1903-1971), a painter. Other subjects include a trip to Brazil (1913); travel, business conditions, and automobile marketing in the Pacific, Far East, and Europe (1928-1929); and concert music and art in Toledo. Correspondents include Ward M. Canaday (1885-1976), his brother and president of Willys-Overland Motors, Inc., Alfred Dupont Chandler, Joseph Floch, artist, Christian Herter, Leverett Saltonstall, and Hans Tietze, art historian
University of Montana--Missoula,-- Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library,-- K. Ross Toole Archives
The collection consists of a ledger used for a short time by the Ravalli County Good Roads and Automobile Association. The good roads movement was primarily a project to encourage automobile use. It started when the legislature declared the third Tuesday of every June Good Roads Day. The ledger was subsequently used by someone as a household tip and recipe book sometime around 1920. Many of these tips and recipes are from newspaper clippings which have been cut out and glued inside the book
Maine Historical Society
Includes receipts, deeds, cradle roll, correspondence, accounts, wills, plans of land, postcards, and wallets. Other families represented include Smith and Hawk. Other corporate bodies represented include the Saccarrappa Lodge No. 11 of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (Westbrook, Me.), the Knights of Pythias, Wescustogo No. 33 (Yarmouth, Me.). Other subjects and authors represented include Nathan Goold, dogs in Maine, taxation in Westbrook, Me., automobiles in Maine, church history in Westbrook, Me., and the Western Maine Sanatorium. Other places represented include Windham, Me
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Press kit for 1957 BMW automobiles sold in the United States. The press release, issued by The Hoffman Motor Car Co., Inc. of New York City, begins "The BMW, the elite among EUrope's finest automobiles, will soon be available in this country for general distribution." There is also a price list and a four page memo describing the automobiles. The six photographs show BMW Models 502, 503, and 507. There is a color booklet entitled ""Die grossen europaischen achtzylinder.".
Washington State University - Holland Library
This collection consists of ephemeral materials collected by Homer Jackson Dana. It includes brochures, pamphlets, and catalogs for automobiles, farm tractors, engines, motorcycles, machine parts and equipment, home appliances, and electric lighting, along with operating manuals, parts lists, and other materials documenting mechanical and electrical technology
Newberry Library
Correspondence, memoranda, blueprints, production reports, and financial records documenting the Manufacturing Departments (later Pullman Car and Manufacturing Company) manufacture of all-steel automobile bodies, dating primarily from 1919-1925 -- Includes administrative correspondence and memoranda between Peter Parke, J. Henry Smith (departmental sales manager), and corporate officials regarding the direction of the department, product promotion, Budd Company patent infringement claim investigations, and other matters; and correspondence and memoranda regarding the equipping of plant and office facilities at the Pullman Car Works, the construction of Willys-Overland and Packard prototype cars, and manufacturing procedures. There are also daily production reports, 1923-1925, for Moon and Peerless auto bodies and financial records (monthly financial statements, 1922-1924, billing records, 1924-1925, and journals, 1920-1924)
University of Nevada, Reno - Mathewson IGT Knowledge Center
The records are composed of planning material, parking regulations, descriptions of the Motorist Assistance Program and a carpooling program, sample parking permits, and miscellaneous items