The Baker Motor Vehicle Company began producing electric-powered automobiles in Cleveland in 1899. Its founders were Walter C. Baker and Fred R. White, of the White Sewing Machine Company family. Baker became the automobile manufacturer's president and White was vice president and general manager. Baker had begun experimenting with automobile design in the early 1890s. He built the Electrobat Automobile, which at the World Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893

The Baker Motor Vehicle Company began producing electric-powered automobiles in Cleveland in 1899. Its founders were Walter C. Baker and Fred R. White, of the White Sewing Machine Company family. Baker became the automobile manufacturer's president and White was vice president and general manager. Baker had begun experimenting with automobile design in the early 1890s. He built the Electrobat Automobile, which at the World Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893

As well as the carriages, there are six children-sized coaches and 150 memorabilia items f...

Collection of Victorian horse-drawn carriages set to sell for £1.5m

As well as the carriages, there are six children-sized coaches and 150 memorabilia items f...

Airco DH4 Bomber  During World War I, the Airco DH.4  was the only plane built in the USA to be flown in battle. Several companies, including Boeing Airplane Corp, the Fisher Body Corp, the Standard Aircraft Corporation, and the Dayton-Wright Aeroplane Company of Dayton, Ohio, manufactured the Airco DH.4 in the United States. These companies built a total of 9,500 planes, with the Dayton-Wright Airplane Company manufacturing approximately one-third of the bombers at its plant in Moraine…

Airco DH4 Bomber During World War I, the Airco DH.4 was the only plane built in the USA to be flown in battle. Several companies, including Boeing Airplane Corp, the Fisher Body Corp, the Standard Aircraft Corporation, and the Dayton-Wright Aeroplane Company of Dayton, Ohio, manufactured the Airco DH.4 in the United States. These companies built a total of 9,500 planes, with the Dayton-Wright Airplane Company manufacturing approximately one-third of the bombers at its plant in Moraine…

Ohio-born photographer Albert Ewing traveled the countryside at the turn of the 20th century and captured the daily lives of those who lived and worked in southeast Ohio and central West Virginia and along the Ohio River. Opening Jan. 9, 2013, at the Ohio History Center in Columbus, Faces of Appalachia: Photographs by Albert J. Ewing, is the first exhibit of his work.

Ohio-born photographer Albert Ewing traveled the countryside at the turn of the 20th century and captured the daily lives of those who lived and worked in southeast Ohio and central West Virginia and along the Ohio River. Opening Jan. 9, 2013, at the Ohio History Center in Columbus, Faces of Appalachia: Photographs by Albert J. Ewing, is the first exhibit of his work.

Still of Margaret Hamilton in The Wizard of Oz (1939)

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Sportbike lifestyle. triggers my ocd a bit but otherwise its really cool :D

Sportbike lifestyle. triggers my ocd a bit but otherwise its really cool :D

CuneoIIIAdmiring the Maxwell Speedster’s performance in the Glidden Tour,she also bought a 1906 model which she raced briefly under the sponsorship of the Maxwell Company.

CuneoIIIAdmiring the Maxwell Speedster’s performance in the Glidden Tour,she also bought a 1906 model which she raced briefly under the sponsorship of the Maxwell Company.

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