Publications, advertising booklets, correspondence and ephemera. An artificial collection about the Duryea brothers and their
contributions to the start of the automobile industry in the United States. 1894-1944, undated.
Charles E. Duryea (1861-1938) and J. Frank Duryea (1869-1967) collaborated in Springfield, Massachusetts to build a gasoline-powered
motor vehicle in 1892. Frank contended that he alone successfully invented the car.
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