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Deiter boys with Model A Ford

Deiter boys with Model A Ford
Date: 1943
Photograph of three boys, identified as Dan, Norman, and Lloyd Deiter, posing with a 1928 Model A Ford in Wabaunsee County, Kansas.


G. T. Ingalsbe Drug Store on Broadway, Marysville, Kansas

G. T. Ingalsbe Drug Store on Broadway, Marysville, Kansas
Date: August 30, 1926
This photograph shows an exterior view of the G. T. Ingalsbe Drug Store and other businesses on Broadway in Marysville, Kansas. Other businesses visible along the street include Montgomery Ward and Company, a hotel, and the Flynn Motor Company Ford sales and service building. Several automobiles are visible parked along the street.


Official guide to the New Santa Fe Trail

Official guide to the New Santa Fe Trail
Creator: Taylor Motor Company (Hutchinson, Kan.)
Date: 1910s
This promotional guide book was designed to encourage the improvement of conditions of all roads that make up the integral part of the Santa Fe Trail. The automobile is advertised as the main means of transportation in the new age of discovering old trails of commerce through Kansas.


Sunflower Body Works, Topeka, Kansas

Sunflower Body Works, Topeka, Kansas
Date: Between 1900 and 1910
This black and white photograph shows a Smith form-A truck, which means that the front end of the automobile is from a Ford and the rear end is from a Smith. This truck was manufactured by Sunflower Body Works, which was located at 912 Jefferson in Topeka, Kansas.


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