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Z. Taylor Vinson collection of transportation ephemera, Series XXIII. Artwork (flat)

Accession 20100108.ZTV.XXIII

Published Collections, Hagley Museum and Library


PO Box 3630
Wilmington, Delaware, 19807
302-658-2400
research@hagley.org

Finding aid prepared by Emily Cottle, Laura Muskavitch, Robin Valencia, Nicole Watts, Kenton Jaehnig, Alison Kreitzer, Annalise Berdini, and Vicki Wasserman in 2013.,

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Z. Taylor Vinson collection of transportation ephemera, Series XXIII. Artwork (flat)
Dates: circa 1915-2008, undated
Accession Number: 20100108.ZTV.XXIII
Creator: Vinson, Z. Taylor
Extent: 49 linear feet
Language of Material: English, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish
Repository: Published Collections
Abstract: This series consists primarily of posters and calendars depicting automobiles.
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Administrative Information


Provenance

Gift of the Z. Taylor Vinson Estate, 2010.

Processing Notes

The collection was processed with support from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives grant.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply.

The collection is housed in off-site storage. Please allow 24 hours notice to view the materials. Advance notice is not required for books and periodicals.

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Biographical Note

For over sixty years, Zachary Taylor Vinson (1933-2009) amassed a large and comprehensive collection of printed material documenting on the history transportation, particularly automobiles.

Born and raised in West Virginia, Vinson was a 1955 graduate of Princeton University. He served in the U.S. Army in Germany, then moved to New York City to work in advertising until he graduated from the University of Virginia Law School in 1961. Vinson practiced law with O’Melveney & Meyers in Los Angeles, California and the International Finance Corporation in Washington, D.C. until 1967 when he began working as a senior lawyer with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a position he held until his retirement in 2003. Vinson played a significant role in the drafting of federal safety regulations governing tires and those requiring high-mounted brake lights in the rear window of automobiles, which began with the 1986 model year.

At the age of four, Vinson was introduced to automobile literature when he was given a 1938 Ford trade catalog. Vinson began attending automobile shows to actively collect by the time he turned seven. He would ask that his parents drive him to Huntington’s “Automobile Row,” where Vinson would collect literature from the dealerships located there. By the age of fourteen, Vinson was writing to the British, French, Italian, and Czech embassies in Washington, D.C. to request the addresses of automakers in those countries from whom he could obtain literature.

As he grew older, Vinson collected trade literature from additional sources, including, but not limited to, automobile manufacturers, fellow collectors, memorabilia dealers, auto shows, and auctions. He eventually amassed so much material that he built an addition to his Virginia home to store it all, which he referred to as his “Autotorium.”

In addition to collecting, Vinson was an active member of automobile organizations. He was president of the Society of Automotive Historians from 1993 to 1995 and served as the editor of Automotive History Review from 1995 to 2009. Z. Taylor Vinson passed away at the age of 76 on October 25, 2009.

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Scope and Content

Consists primarily of posters and calendars, but also includes small numbers of art reproductions, billboard sections, blueprints, book and poster sets, calendar pages, drawing reproductions, photo reproductions, prints, shopping bags, and signs. An example of artwork, a display board, a drawing, a fabric print, a map, a scrapbook, a trade catalog, and a wrapping paper sample are found in this series as well.

A large majority of the materials in this series concern automobiles, but a handful of items concerning other forms of transportation, including airlines, airplanes, railroads, and ships are also found here. A few items pertaining to subjects outside the realm of transportation are preserved in this series as well.

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Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject and thereunder, alphabetically by format type.

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Series Descriptions and Inventory

Aero, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents Aero, tovarna letadel Dr. Kabes of Prague, Czechoslovakia (present-day Czech Republic). Formats include an art reproduction of the Aero 662 by V. Lapadlik.
Box
23-F1 Art Reproduction - Aero 662, undated
Air France, 1991-2002
2 folders
This subseries documents Air France of Tremblay-en-France, France. Formats include a set of art reproductions of Air France aircraft and an Air France calendar. Materials are mostly in French, but also include a small amount of text in English and Spanish.
Box
23-F1 Art Reproductions - Portraits D'Avions, 1991-1992
Box
23-OSF1 Calendar - Air France 2002, 2002
Alfa Romeo, circa 1985-1992
1 folder
This subseries documents Alfa Romeo SpA of Milan, Italy. Formats include a poster of the Alfa Romeo Milano.
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - Alfa Romeo Milano, circa 1985-1992
American Cars Calendar, 1982-1983
1 folder
This subseries documents American Cars Calendar. Formats include the calendar American Cars Calendar 1983.
Box
23-F1 Calendar - American Cars Calendar 1983, 1982-1983
American Motors, circa 1960s-1970s
1 folder
This subseries documents American Motors Corporation of Kenosha, Wisconsin. Formats include a drawing of the American Motors Hornet Luxury 2 Passenger concept car.
Box
23-OSF1 Drawing - American Motors Hornet Luxury 2 Passenger Concept Car, circa 1960s-1970s
Argus Communications, 1974
1 folder
This subseries documents Argus Communications. Formats include a poster of an unidentified car printed by Argus Communications with an attached business card from James K. Hill of Kingsolving, Hill, & Company. Materials are in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, and Japanese.
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - My tastes are simple. I like to have the best., 1974
Ariel Press, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents Ariel Press. Formats include Ariel Press' Old Cars collection of prints with descriptive text. Supposed to contain 18 prints, but 8 are missing.
Box
23-F1 Prints - Old Cars, undated
Arrol-Johnston, undated
1 folder
This series documents The New Arrol-Johnston Car Company Limited of Paisley, Scotland. Formats include a 3 dimensional poster of a 1910s Arrol-Johnston car. Poster was printed by Nova Rico of Florence, Italy and distributed by Three-Dimensional Systems, Incorporated of New York City. All materials are in English
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - 1910s Arrol-Johnston, undated
Art Center College of Design, 1988-1989
1 folder
This subseries documents Art Center College of Design of Pasadena, California. Formats include the calendar 1989 Calendar, ArtCenter Transportation Design, which features artwork of automobile designs produced by students of the Art Center College of Design.
Box
23-OSF1 Calendar - 1989 Calendar, ArtCenter Transportation Design, 1988-1989
Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Museum, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Museum in Auburn, Indiana. Formats include a photocopy of a poster for the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Museum's exhibit The Cars of Indiana.
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - The Cars of Indiana - "Production Cars Made in Indiana," undated
Austin, 1936-circa 1949
1 folder
This subseries documents Austin Motor Company Limited of Longbridge, England. Formats include posters of Austin cars.
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - 1936 Austin 7 Ruby Saloon, 1936
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23-OSF1 Poster - 1936 Austin 10 Litchfield Saloon, 1936
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23-OSF1 Poster - 1936 Austin 10-16 - York Saloon, Chalfont Saloon, Hertford Saloon, 1936
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - 1936 Austin 12 Ascot Saloon, 1936
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23-OSF1 Poster - 1936 Austin, 20 Mayfair Limousine, 1936
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23-OSF1 Poster - 1936 Austin Kempton Saloon, 1936
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - 1946 Austin 16 HP, 1946
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - Austin 16 HP, circa 1945-1949
Automobile Quarterly, 1965, 1967
2 folders
This subseries documents Automobile Quarterly. Formats include a set of art reproductions and a calendar printed by Automobile Quarterly.
Box
23-OSF1 Art Reproductions - Cars of the Future, 1967
Box
23-F1 Calendar - Album of Antique Cars, 1965
Behring Museum, 1990
1 folder
This subseries documents the Behring Museum in Danville, California. Formats include the calendar Couture Cars 1990, which features photo reproductions of cars exhibited at the Behring Museum.
Box
23-OSF1 Calendar - Couture Cars 1990, 1990
Bentley, circa 1990s-2000s
1 folder
This subseries documents Bentley Motors Limited of Crewe, England. Formats include a photo reproduction of the boilerplate of a Bentley 6.75 Litre Turbo V-8 engine.
Box
23-OSF1 Photo Reproduction - Boilerplate of Bentley 6.75 Litre Turbo V-8, circa 1990s-2000s
BMW, 1995-2008, undated
2 folders
This subseries documents BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke AG) of Munich, Germany. Formats include an art reproduction of a 1938 BMW 328, and posters of BMW cars and the company's Advanced Diesel Engine. Materials are in English and German.
Box
23-F1 Art Reproduction - 1938 BMW 328, undated
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - 1995 BMW 3 Series Model Lineup, 1995
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - 1998 BMW 3 Series, 1998
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - 1999 BMW 7 Series, 1998
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - BMW Advanced Diesel Engine, 2008
Boeing, 1988-1989
1 folder
This subseries documents Boeing Company of Seattle, Washington. Formats include posters of aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, ships, military equipment, and mass-transit equipment manufactured by Boeing.
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - Boeing 747-400, 1989
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - Boeing Parade of Progress, 1988
B.S.A., 1932, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents B.S.A. (Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited) of Coventry, England. Formats include posters of the 1932 B.S.A. 9 Horsepower car and an advertisement for B.S.A. Motorcycles.
Box
23-OSF1 Poster - 1932 B.S.A. 9 Horsepower, 1932
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23-OSF1 Poster - B.S.A. Motorcycles, undated
Bugatti, 1925-1998, undated
2 folders
This subseries documents Bugatti, which was built by Automobiles E. Bugatti of Molsheim, France and Bugatti, Volkswagen Group of Wolfsburg, Germany. Formats include a calendar page, a poster (reproduction), and a trade catalog of Bugatti cars. Materials are in French, English, and German.
Box
23-F1 Calendar Page - Bugatti, 1925, 1988
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23-OSF1 Poster - Bugatti, 1925, undated
Buick, 1942-circa 1989
3 folders
This subseries documents the Buick Motor Division of General Motors Corporation, which is based in Detroit, Michigan. Formats include an art reproduction, a set of drawing reproductions, and a poster of Buick cars.
Box
23-OSF2 Art Reproduction - 1942 Buick Special Convertible Coupe, 1942
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23-F1 Drawing Reproductions - Dimensions of 1978 Buick Model Lineup, 1977
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - Buick Regal, circa 1988-1989
Cadillac, circa 1967-1990, undated
2 folders
This subseries documents the Cadillac Division of General Motors Corporation, which is based in Detroit, Michigan. Formats include art reproductions and posters of Cadillac cars.
Box
23-OSF2 Art Reproduction - 1941 Cadillac 75 Limousine, undated
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23-OSF2 Art Reproductions - Cadillac De Ville, circa 1967-1968
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - 1930 Cadillac, 1985
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - Cadillac Aurora, 1990
Changfeng Motor, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents Changfeng Motor of Changsha, China. Formats include a Changfeng Motor paper shopping bag. Materials are in English and Chinese.
Box
23-F1 Shopping Bag - Changfeng Motor, undated
Chevrolet, 1977-1995
8 folders
This subseries documents the Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corporation, which is based in Detroit, Michigan. Formats include a set of Chevrolet Corvette billboard sections and posters of Chevrolet cars.
Box
23-OSF2 Billboard Sections - 1978 Chevrolet Corvette - Folder 1, 1977
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23-OSF2 Billboard Sections - 1978 Chevrolet Corvette - Folder 2, 1977
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23-OSF2 Billboard Sections - 1978 Chevrolet Corvette - Folder 3, 1977
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - 1958-1960 Chevrolet Corvette, 1985
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - 1993 Chevrolet Camaro Indianapolis 500 Pace Car, 1992
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - 1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 1995
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - 1996 Chevrolet Camaro RS, 1995
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - Chevrolet Cavalier Z24, 1980s
Chrysler, circa 1988-2001
1 folder
This subseries documents Chrysler Corporation of Auburn Hills, Michigan. Formats include posters for Chrysler cars.
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - 1994 Chrysler New Yorker, 1994
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - 1998 Chrysler Model Lineup, 1998
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - 2001 Chrysler Model Lineup, 2001
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - If we're going to save the planet, we all need to lend a hand, paw, fin, hoof, and wing, circa 1988-1999
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - Sir Isaac Newton explains why every car Chrysler builds in America has an air bag standard., circa 1988-1999
Citroën, circa 1970s-1980s, undated
2 folders
This subseries documents Citroën, which is built by Automobiles Citroën, Peugeot S.A. of Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Formats include a poster of the Citroën CX 2400 GTI and a Citroën paper shopping bag. Materials are in French and Dutch.
Box
23-F2 Poster - Citroën CX 2400 GTI, circa 1970s-1980s
Box
23-OSF2 Shopping Bag - Citroën ID 19, Dyane, and Ami, undated
Clean Air Car Race, 1970
1 folder
This subseries documents the 1970 Clean Air Car Race, a long-distance electric car race between Boston, Massachusetts and Pasadena, California. Formats include a poster for the 1970 Clean Air Car Race.
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - Clean Air Car Race, 1970
Country Life, 1934
1 folder
This subseries documents Country Life magazine. Formats include a Country Life aviation map of the United Kingdom.
Box
23-OSF2 Map - Country Life Aviation Map, 1934
DAF, 1966
1 folder
This subseries documents DAF (Van Doome's Automobiel Fabriek) of Eindhoeven, Netherlands. Formats include a reproduction of a technical drawing of the DAF 44's Variomatic Transmission.
Box
23-OSF2 Drawing Reproduction - DAF 44 Variomatic Transmission, 1966
Daimler, 1930s
1 folder
This subseries documents Daimler Company Limited of Coventry, England. Formats include a blueprint of the Daimler L.Q. 2.
Box
23-OSF2 Blueprint - Daimler L.Q. 2, 1930s
DDK Edition, 1999
1 folder
This subseries documents DDK Edition. It is arranged alphabetically by publication type. Formats include DDK Edition's calendar Stare Samochody 1999. Materials are mostly in Polish, but also include text in English.
Box
23-OSF2 Calendar - Stare Samochody 1999, 1999
De Ruyter-Demessine, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents De Ruyter-Demessine. Formats include a photocopied set of 4 drawing reproductions of De Ruyter-Demessine cars. All materials are in French.
Box
23-F2 Drawing Reproductions - De Ruyter Demessine, undated
De Saint-Delis, Henri, 1989
1 folder
This subseries documents Henri De Saint-Delis, a French impressionist artist. Formats include a poster for a 1989 exhibition of Henri De Saint-Delis' paintings at the Galerie Alain Letailleur in Paris, France. The poster features an unidentified De Saint-Delis painting of an ocean liner. All materials are in French.
Box
23-OSF2 Poster - Exhibition of Henri De Saint-Delis' Paintings at Galerie Alain Letailleur, 1989
DeSoto (Export), 1946
1 folder
This subseries documents the DeSoto Division of Chrysler Corporation, which was based in Detroit, Michigan. Formats include a set of 2 posters of the 1946 DeSoto Diplomat, a rebadged Plymouth marketed in export markets by Chrysler Corporation.
Box
23-OSF2 Posters - 1946 DeSoto Diplomat, 1946
De Tomaso, 1969, 1973
3 folders
This subseries documents De Tomaso Automobili SpA of Modena, Italy. Formats include a set of blueprints of the De Tomaso Mangusta, a set of drawing reproductions of the De Tomaso Mangusta, and a poster of the 1973 De Tomaso Pantera. Materials are in English and Italian.
Box
23-OSF3 Blueprints - De Tomaso Mangusta, 1969
Box
23-OSF3 Drawing Reproductions - De Tomaso Mangusta, 1969
Box
23-OSF3 Poster - 1973 De Tomaso Pantera, 1973
Dodge, 1937-1970
2 folders
This subseries documents the Dodge Division of Chrysler Corporation, which is based Auburn Hills, Michigan. Formats include a display board of tear sheets of the Dodge Scat Pack model lineup and a set of 2 posters of the 1937 Dodge.
Box
23-OSF3 Display Board - Dodge Scat Pack, 1969-1970
Box
23-OSF3 Posters - 1937 Dodge, 1937
Duesenberg, 1931-1966
2 folders
This subseries documents Duesenberg Corporation of Indianapolis, Indiana. Formats include a reproduction of a Duesenberg magazine advertisement from September 1931 and a poster of the 1966 Duesenberg Sedan.
Box
23-F2 Art Reproduction - Duesenberg 265 Horsepower, 1931
Box
23-F2 Poster - 1966 Duesenberg Sedan, 1966
F.A. Ackermann, 1973-2008
10 folders
This subseries documents F.A. Ackerman of Munich, Germany. Formats include calendars, a set of calendar pages and a set of posters printed by F.A. Ackermann. All formats feature reproductions of vintage advertising posters from the 1890s-1930s. Materials are in German, English, and French.
Box
23-OSF3 Calendar - Plakate-Poster 2001, 2000-2001
Box
23-OSF3 Calendar - Plakate-Poster 2002, 2001-2002
Box
23-OSF3 Calendar - Plakate-Poster 2003, 2002-2003
Box
23-OSF3 Calendar - Plakate-Poster 2004, 2003-2004
Box
23-OSF3 Calendar - Plakate-Poster 2005, 2004-2005
Box
23-OSF3 Calendar - Plakate-Poster 2006, 2005-2006
Box
23-OSF3 Calendar - Plakate & Poster 2007, 2006-2007
Box
23-OSF4 Calendar - Plakate & Poster 2008, 2007-2008
Box
23-OSF4 Calendar Pages, 1973-1996
Box
23-OSF4 Posters, 1983-1992
Ferrari, 1969-2004
4 folders
This subseries documents Ferrari SpA of Maranello, Italy. Formats include art reproductions, book and poster sets, and a poster regarding Ferrari cars. Materials are in Italian and English.
Box
23-OSF4 Art Reproductions - Enzo Ferrari, circa 2002-2004
Box
23-OSF4 Book and Poster Set - Ferrari F1 World Champion 1999; 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 - Race Car Cover
Box
23-OSF4 Book and Poster Set - Ferrari F1 World Champion 1999; 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 - Steering Wheel Cover
Box
23-OSF4 Poster - 1969 Ferrari 212E, 1969
Fiat, 1976-1983
2 folders
This subseries documents Fiat SpA of Turin, Italy. Formats include a Fiat calendar and posters of Fiat cars. Materials are mostly German, but also include text in English, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, and Finnish.
Box
23-OSF4 Calendar - Fiat Calendar 1976, Cars in cartoons, 1976
Box
23-OSF4 Poster - 1983 Fiat Model Lineup and 1983 Fiat Uno, 1983
Box
23-OSF4 Poster - Fiat 127 Top, circa 1977-1981
Ford, 1962
1 folder
This subseries documents Ford Motor Company of Dearborn, Michigan. Formats include a poster of automobiles, trucks, and tractors built in the United States by the Ford Motor Company between 1896 and 1962.
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - Ford on the American Road, 1962
Ford of Europe, 1983, 1987
1 folder
This subseries documents Ford of Europe, which is based in Cologne, Germany. Formats include posters of Ford of Europe cars. Materials are in English and German.
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - 1983 Ford Escort 1.6i Cabrio, 1983
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - Texaco Ford Sierra RS Cosworth - Leaders of the World Touring Car Championship, 1987
General Electric, 1929, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents General Electric Company of Schenectady, New York. Formats include a reproduction of a July 1929 General Electric calendar page featuring the illustration "Lighting the Airways."
Box
23-OSF5 Calendar Page - General Electric, July 1929, undated
General Motors, 1987, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents General Motors Corporation of Detroit, Michigan. Formats include posters of General Motors Proving Grounds and the GM Sunraycer solar-powered car.
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - General Motors Proving Grounds, undated
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - GM Sunraycer, 1987
Grande Concorso Internazionale Di Turismo, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents the Grande Concorso Internazionale Di Turismo, an auto race held in Milan, Italy. Formats include a reproduction of a poster for the Grande Concorso Internazionale Di Turismo. All materials are in Italian.
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - Grande Concorso Internazionale Di Turismo, undated
Hoechst Celanese Corporation, 1997-1998
1 folder
This subseries documents Hoechst Celanese of Bridgewater, New Jersey. Formats include Hoechst Celanese Corporation's calendar Asphalt Athletes 1998, which features photo reproductions of high-performance automobiles.
Box
23-OSF5 Calendar - Asphalt Athletes 1998, 1997-1998
Holden, 1970s
1 folder
This subseries documents GM Holden Limited of Port Melbourne, Australia, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation. Formats include a set of 2 posters of Holden cars.
Box
23-OSF5 Posters - "People Trust Holden," 1970s
Hudson, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents Hudson Motor Car Corporation of Detroit, Michigan. Formats include a print of a 1942 Hudson Woodside Station Wagon by an unidentified artist.
Box
23-F2 Print - 1942 Hudson Woodside Station Wagon, undated
Humble Oil, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents Humble Oil and Refining Company, which was owned by Standard Oil of New Jersey. Formats include a poster of a 1936 Lincoln Zephyr from Humble Oil's calendar Great Moments in American Motoring.
Box
23-F2 Poster - Great Moments in American Motoring - 1936 Lincoln Zephyr, undated
Idlewild Airport, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents Idlewild Airport in New York City, which was later renamed John F. Kennedy International Airport. Formats include a map of Idlewild Airport.
Box
23-F2 Map - Idlewild Airport, undated
Imperial Airways, circa 1938, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents Imperial Airways of Croydon, England. Formats include reproductions of vintage Imperial Airways advertising posters.
Box
23-F2 Poster - Ensign Air Liner for European Services, Empire Flying-Boat, Ensign Air Liner for Empire Services, circa 1938
Box
23-F2 Poster - Imperial Airways, Europe, Africa, India, Far East, Australia, undated
Infiniti, 1996-2002
1 folder
This subseries documents the Infiniti Division of Nissan Motor Company, which is based in Yokohama, Japan. Formats include posters of Infiniti cars.
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - 1996 Infiniti QX4, 1996
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - 2000 Infiniti I30, 1999
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - 2001 Infiniti I35, 2001
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - 2003 Infiniti G35, 2002
Innocenti, circa 1980-1982
1 folder
This subseries documents Nuova Innocenti SpA of Milan, Italy. Formats include a poster of the Innocenti Mini Mille. All materials are in Italian.
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - Innocenti Mini Mille, circa 1980-1982
Isotta Fraschini, 1925, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents Isotta Fraschini Fabbrica Automobili SpA of Cervere, Italy. Formats include a reproduction of a poster of the 1925 Isotta Fraschini. All materials are in Italian.
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23-OSF5 Poster - 1925 Isotta Fraschini, 1925, undated
Jaguar, 1986
1 folder
This subseries documents Jaguar Cars Limited of Coventry, England. Formats include a poster of the Jaguar XJR 6, which ran in the 1986 Le Mans 24 Hours sports car race.
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - Jaguar XJR 6 - 1986 Le Mans 24 Hours, 1986
Jeep, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents the Jeep Division of Chrysler Corporation, which is based in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Formats include the Jeep poster Planet Jeep.
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - Planet Jeep, undated
Lancia, 1985
1 folder
This subseries documents Lancia Automobiles SpA of Turin, Italy. Formats include a poster of Lancia's 1985 model lineup and two 1950s Lancia Aurelias. All materials are in German.
Box
23-OSF5 Poster - 1985 Lancia Model Lineup and 1950s Lancia Aurelias, 1985
Library of Congress, 2004
1 folder
This subseries documents the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Formats include the calendar Bon Voyage, Vintage Travel Posters, Library of Congress, 2004, which features reproductions of vintage travel posters preserved at the Library of Congress. Materials are mostly in English, but also include text in French, Italian, German, and Swedish.
Box
23-OSF5 Calendar - Bon Voyage, Vintage Travel Posters, Library of Congress 2004, 2004
Lincoln, circa 1939-1941, undated
2 folders
This subseries documents Lincoln Motor Company, a division of Ford Motor Company, which is based in Dearborn, Michigan. Formats include a photocopy of a technical drawing of an unidentified Lincoln car. Also included is a portfolio of sketches for the Lincoln Continental Mark Series.
Box
23-F2 Drawing Reproduction - Unidentified Lincoln Automobile, circa 1939-1941
Box
23-F2 Prints - Continental Mark Series Sketches, undated
Maserati, 2000s
1 folder
This subseries documents Maserati SpA of Modena, Italy. Formats include an art reproduction of the Maserati Quattroporte. Materials are in English and Italian.
Box
23-OSF5 Art Reproduction - Maserati Quattroporte, 2000s
Mercedes-Benz, 1986-1991
5 folders
This subseries documents Mercedes-Benz of North America, which is based in Montvale, New Jersey. Formats include Mercedes-Benz calendars.
Box
23-OSF5 Calendar - Andy Warhol Cars 1989 (Orange Car), 1988-1989
Box
23-OSF5 Calendar - Andy Warhol Cars 1989 (Pink Car), 1988-1989
Box
23-OSF5 Calendar - Andy Warhol Cars 1989 (Silver Car), 1988-1989
Box
23-OSF5 Calendar - The Century of the Automobile, A Social View, 1886-1986, 1986
Box
23-OSF5 Calendar - The World of Racing 1991, 1991
Mercedes-Benz (Germany), 1934-2000, undated
115 folders
This subseries documents Mercedes-Benz, a subsidiary of Daimler AG, which is based in Stuttgart, Germany. Formats include calendars, a calendar page, drawing reproductions, posters, and wrapping paper of Mercedes-Benz automobiles. Materials are in German, English, French, and Spanish.
Box
23-OSF5 Calendar - Mercedes-Benz 72, 1972
Box
23-OSF5 Calendar - Mercedes-Benz 75, 1975
Box
23-F2 Calendar - Mercedes-Benz 1964, 1964
Box
23-OSF6 Calendar - Mercedes-Benz 1973, 1973
Box
23-OSF6 Calendar - Mercedes-Benz 1974, 1974
Box
23-OSF6 Calendar - Mercedes-Benz 1977, 1977
Box
23-OSF6 Calendar - Mercedes-Benz 1979, 1979
Box
23-OSF6 Calendar - Mercedes-Benz 1987 Calendar, 1987
Box
23-OSF6 Calendar - Mercedes-Benz 1988, 1988
Box
23-OSF6 Calendar - Portraits, Mercedes-Benz, undated
Box
23-OSF6 Calendar - Stars of Motorsport 1985, 1985
Box
23-OSF6 Calendar Page - 10/30 HP Benz Sportwagen and 10/30 HP Benz Sports Car, undated
Box
23-OSF6 Drawing Reproduction - Mercedes-Benz Nürnberg 500 Limousine, 1934
Box
23-OSF6 Drawing Reproduction - Mercedes-Benz W138 Innsteur Limousine, 1937-1938
Box
23-OSF7 Poster - Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing Coupe and Mercedes-Benz C 111 Rotary Powered Research and Development Vehicle, 1969
Box
23-OSF7 Posters - Die SL-Edition, 2000
Box
23-OSF7 Wrapping Paper - Mercedes-Benz, 1972-1979
Mercury, 1953-1954
2 folders
This subseries documents Mercury, which was built by the Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor Company, which was based in Dearborn, Michigan. Formats include 2 sets of posters for Mercury cars.
Box
23-OSF7 Posters - 1954 Mercury, 1953-1954
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23-OSF7 Posters - 1955 Mercury, 1954
Merkur, 1987
1 folder
This subseries documents Merkur, which was built by Ford of Europe and sold in the United States by Ford Motor Company's Lincoln-Mercury Division. Formats include a poster of the 1987 Merkur XR4Ti K2.
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23-OSF7 Poster - 1987 Merkur XR4Ti K2, 1987
Michelin, 1981-1996
2 folders
This subseries documents SCA Compagnie Générale de Établissements Michelin of Clermont-Ferrand, France. Formats include calendars printed by Michelin. Materials are in French, English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
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23-OSF7 Calendar - Michelin 1982, 1981-1982
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23-OSF7 Calendar - Rob Roy (1909-1992), 1996
Mitsubishi, 1989
1 folder
This subseries documents Mitsubishi Motors Corporation of Tokyo, Japan. Formats include a poster of the 1990 Mitsubishi 3000GT HSX.
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23-OSF7 Poster - 1990 Mitsubishi 3000GT HSX, 1989
Monaco Grand Prix, 1931, 1979
1 folder
This subseries documents the Monaco Grand Prix, a Formula 1 auto race held in Monte Carlo, Monaco. It is arranged alphabetically by publication type. Formats include a reproduction of a poster for the 1931 Monaco Grand Prix. All materials are in French.
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23-OSF7 Poster - 1931 Monaco Grand Prix, 1931, 1979
Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1980-1981
1 folder
This subseries documents the Museum of Modern Art, New York. It is arranged alphabetically by publication type. Formats include the Museum of Modern Art, New York's calendar E. McKnight Kauffer, 1981 Calendar, which features reproductions of advertising posters created by E. McKnight Kauffer.
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23-OSF7 Calendar - E. McKnight Kauffer 1981 Calendar, 1980-1981
Nash, 1938
1 folder
This subseries documents Nash, which was built by Nash-Kelvinator Corporation of Kenosha, Wisconsin. It is arranged alphabetically by publication type. Formats include posters of Nash cars.
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23-F2 Poster - 1938 Nash Ambassador Six Four-Door Sedan, 1938
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23-F2 Poster - 1938 Nash Ambassador Six Two-Door Cabriolet, 1938
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23-F2 Poster - 1938 Nash Lafayette Four-Door sedan, 1938
New York International Auto Show, 1988
1 folder
This subseries documents the New York International Auto Show, which is held in New York City. It is arranged alphabetically by publication type. Formats include a poster for the 1988 New York International Auto Show.
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23-OSF7 Poster - 1988 New York International Auto Show, 1988
Nissan, 1983-1996
3 folders
This subseries documents Nissan Motor Company of Yokohama, Japan. Formats include calendars printed by Nissan, which feature photo reproductions of Nissan automobiles. Materials are in English, German, French, and Spanish.
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23-OSF7 Calendar - 1988 Calendar, 1988
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23-OSF7 Calendar - Golden Jubilee (1933-1983) 1983 Calendar, 1983
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23-OSF7 Calendar - Nissan 1996, 1996
Oldsmobile, 1969, 1988
2 folders
This subseries documents the Oldsmobile Division of General Motors Corporation, which was based in Lansing, Michigan. Formats include a set of posters for the 1969 Oldsmobile 442 and a poster of the 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Indianapolis 500 Pace Car.
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23-OSF7 Posters - 1969 Oldsmobile 442, 1969
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23-OSF7 Poster - 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Indianapolis 500 Pace Car, 1988
Oliver, George, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents George Oliver, an automotive artist. Formats include a set of 4 prints of automobiles of the 1920s drawn by George Oliver. The prints were published by A. Hugh Evelyn.
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23-F2 Prints - Automobiles of the, 1920s, undated
Opel, circa 1982-1984
1 folder
This subseries documents Adam Opel AG of Rüsselsheim, Germany, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation. Formats include a poster of the Opel Manta 400.
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23-OSF7 Poster - Opel Manta 400, circa 1982-1984
Packard, 1940, 1998, undated
3 folders
This subseries documents Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan. Formats include a set of drawing reproductions of Packards styled by Howard Darrin, a set of thirty photographs of Packard automobiles, and a poster of the 1940 Packard Henney Hearse.
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23-OSF8 Drawing Reproductions - Packards Styled by Howard Darrin, 1940, 1998
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23-F2 Photographs - Packard Automobiles, undated
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23-OSF8 Poster - 1940 Packard Henney Hearse, 1940
Pan Am, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents Pan American World Airways of New York City. Formats include a poster of a Pan Am Boeing 314 Clipper airliner.
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23-F3 Poster - Pan Am Boeing 314 Clipper, undated
Panhard, 1975, undated
2 folders
This subseries documents Panhard, which was built by Société Panhard & Levassor of Paris, France. Formats include a fabric print and a poster reproduction of Panhard cars. Materials are in French and English.
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23-OSF8 Fabric Print - Panhard, 1975
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23-OSF8 Poster - 24 Heurs Du Mans - Panhard, undated
Peugeot, circa 1915-1987, undated
5 folders
This subseries documents Peugeot S.A. of Paris, France. Formats include posters (originals and reproductions) of Peugeot cars. Materials are in English, French, and Dutch.
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23-OSF8 Poster - 48 Records in 48 Hours - Peugeot Talbot, 1980s
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23-OSF8 Poster - 402 Peugeot, circa1935-1942
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23-OSF8 Poster - 1987 Peugeot 505, 1987
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23-OSF8 Posters - 1988 Peugeot 505 SW8, 1987
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23-F3 Posters - Collection L'Aventure Peugeot Edition, circa 1920s-1930s, undated
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23-OSF8 Poster - Dario Resta in Peugeot Racing Car, circa 1915-1918, undated
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23-OSF8 Poster - La Mission Transafricaine Peugeot, 1930
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23-F3 Poster - Peugeot, undated
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23-OSF8 Poster - Peugeot, undated
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23-OSF8 Poster - Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 - Grandiose Overwinningen: 1ste in 1000 Meren Rally/1ste in San Remo Rally, 1984
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23-OSF8 Poster - Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 - Overall Winner - 1986 Swedish Rally, 1986
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23-OSF8 Poster - Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 - Peugeot Talbot World Rally Champions 1985, 1985
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23-OSF8 Poster - Peugeot Talbot Sport 205 Turbo 16 - Outright Winner 1984 Lombard RAC Rally, 1984
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23-F3 Poster - Some of the world's greatest automobiles have been Peugeots., 1970s
Plymouth, 1936-circa 1990s
1 folder
This subseries documents Plymouth, which was built by the Chrysler-Plymouth Division of Chrysler Corporation, which is based in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Formats include posters of Plymouth cars.
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23-OSF8 Poster - 1937 Plymouth, 1936
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23-OSF8 Poster - 1969 Plymouth GTX, 1969
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23-OSF8 Poster - Plymouth Voyager Concept Family Wagon, circa 1980s-1990s
Pontiac, 1988-circa 1992
1 folder
This subseries documents the Pontiac Division of General Motors, which was based in Detroit, Michigan. Formats include posters of Pontiac cars.
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23-OSF8 Poster - 1988 Pontiac Grand Prix LE, 1988
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23-OSF8 Poster - Pontiac Firebird Trans Am GTA, circa 1991-1992
Porsche, circa 1970-2007
118 folders
This subseries documents Dr. Ing. h.c.f. Porsche AG of Stuttgart, Germany. Formats include calendars printed by Porsche and posters of Porsche cars. Materials are in mostly in German and English, but also include text in French and Italian.
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23-OSF8 Calendar - Kompositionen 1981, 1981
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23-OSF8 Calendar - Porsche '73, 1972-1973
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23-OSF8 Calendar - Porsche '74 Calendar, 1974
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23-OSF9 Calendar - Porsche '82, 1982
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23-OSF9 Calendar - Porsche '87, 1987
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23-OSF9 Calendar - Porsche 956 '83, 1983
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23-OSF9 Calendar - Porsche 1975, 1975
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23-OSF9 Calendar - Porsche around Stuttgart 79 (Large), 1979
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23-F3 Calendar - Porsche around Stuttgart 79 (Small), 1979
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23-OSF9 Calendar - Porsche Calendar 1977, 1977
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23-OSF9 Calendar - Porsche, Fahren in Seiner Schönsten Form 1976, 1975-1976
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23-OSF10 Calendar - Porsche Impressionen 1978, 1977-1978
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23-OSF10 Calendar - Porsche Motorsport '84, 1984
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23-OSF10 Calendar - Porsche-Perspektiven 1980, 1980
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23-OSF10 Calendar - Twelve Months of Porsche Tradition/1986, 1986
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23-OSF10 Poster - 2007 Porsche Cayenne, 2007
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23-F3 Posters - Porsche Passenger Cars, circa 1970s
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23-F3 Posters - Porsche Race Cars, circa 1970-1971
Portsmouth City Museum and Art Gallery, 1987
1 folder
This subseries documents the Portsmouth City Museum and Gallery. Formats include a poster for the Portsmouth City Museum and Art Gallery's 1987 aviation art exhibit "The Flying Thirties."
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23-F3 Poster - The Flying Thirties, 1987
Praga, 1928-1989, undated
2 folders
This subseries documents Auto Praga of Prague, Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic). Formats include a photocopy of a technical drawing of the Praga Series 14 Landaulet and two posters for the Praga Veteran Auto Car Club's Petra Muchy Memorial. All materials are in Czech.
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23-OSF10 Drawing Reproduction - Praga Series 14 Landaulet, 1928, undated
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23-OSF10 Poster - XVII Ročník Memoriálu Ing. Petra Muchy, 1988
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23-OSF10 Poster - XVIII Ročník Memoriálu Ing. Petra Muchy, 1989
Princeton University, 1951-1953
1 folder
This subseries documents Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey. Formats include posters for theatrical productions staged by the Princeton Triangle Club.
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23-OSF10 Poster - The Princeton Triangle Club Presents Its 60 th Anniversary Production, Malice in Wonderland, 1951-1952
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23-OSF10 Poster - The Princeton Triangle Club Presents Its 61 st Annual Production...Ham n' Legs, 1952-1953
Renault (France), 1937-circa 1999, undated
2 folders
This subseries documents Renault of Boulogne-Billancourt, France. Formats include posters of Renault cars. Materials are in French and English.
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23-OSF10 Drawing Reproduction - Renault Berline 1170 (Renault 12), 1968
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23-F3 Poster - Confiance en l'avenir...Renault, 1937
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23-F3 Poster - Les Voyageurs Modernes...Renault, undated
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23-F3 Poster - Renault...En Pleine Forme, undated
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23-F3 Poster - Renault Sport Spider, circa 1996-1999
Renault (Germany), undated
1 folder
This subseries documents Renault of Germany, which is based in Brühl, Germany. Formats include a map of Europe printed by Renault of Germany. Materials are in numerous languages.
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23-OSF10 Map - Renault - Autos zum Leben, undated
Reo, 1926
1 folder
This subseries documents Reo Motor Car Company of Lansing, Michigan. Formats include an art reproduction of a 1926 Reo Model T-6.
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23-F3 Art Reproduction - 1926 Reo Model T-6, 1926
Rolls-Royce, 1975-1987
3 folders
This subseries documents Rolls-Royce Motors Limited of Crewe, England. Formats include a calendar, photo reproductions, and a poster of Rolls-Royce cars.
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23-F3 Calendar - Ecstasy in Miniature, A Calendar, 1985
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23-OSF10 Photo Reproductions - The Rolls-Royce Silver Collection 1987, 1987
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23-OSF10 Poster - The Changing Shape of Rolls-Royce, 1975
Saab, 1985, 1990
1 folder
This subseries documents Saab Automobile AB of Tröllhatten, Sweden. Formats include posters for Saab cars. Materials are mostly in English, but also include text in German, French, and Swedish.
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23-OSF10 Poster - Saab 900 Turbo 16 EV-1, 1985
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23-OSF10 Poster - Saab Safety, 1990
Saturn, 2001
1 folder
This subseries documents Saturn Corporation of Spring Hill, Tennessee, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation. Formats include a poster of the Saturn SC-Turbo Concept.
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23-F4 Poster - Saturn SC-Turbo Concept, 2001
Saunders, Yann, 1973
1 folder
This subseries documents Yann Saunders, an automotive historian and automotive artist. Formats include a painting of a 1928 Mercedes-Benz SS 38/250 by Yann Saunders.
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23-OSF11 Artwork - Mercedes-Benz SS 38/250 (1928), 1973
Shelby, 1989
1 folder
This subseries documents Shelby American, Incorporated of Venice, California. Formats include a poster of the 1965 Shelby Mustang G.T. 350. The poster was printed by Popular Mechanics magazine.
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23-OSF11 Poster - 1965 Shelby Mustang G.T. 350, 1989
Shell Motor Oil, 1998
1 folder
This subseries documents Shell Motor Oil, headquartered in the Netherlands. Formats include Shell Motor Oil posters. The posters were reprinted in Kenneth Ball's Autobooks Catalogues.
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23-F4 Poster - How to buy oil!, 1998
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23-OSF11 Poster - Shell Spirit And Motor Oils, 1998
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23-OSF11 Poster - The Leading Line...Shell, 1998
Smart, 2005
1 folder
This subseries documents Smart Automobile of Böblingen, Germany, a subsidiary of Daimler AG. Formats include a poster of the Smart Crosstown concept car. Materials are in English and German.
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23-OSF11 Poster - Smart Crosstown Concept Car, 2005
Smithsonian Institution, 1976-1977
1 folder
This subseries documents the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. Item is a 1977 calendar printed by the Smithsonian Institution's Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. All materials are in English
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23-OSF11 Calendar - Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1977, 1976-1977
Standard (United Kingdom), 1931
1 folder
This subseries documents Standard Motor Company of Coventry, England. Formats include a set of 3 posters advertising the 1931 Standard Big 9 and the 1931 Standard Ensign Six.
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23-OSF11 Posters - 1931 Standard Big 9 and 1931 Standard Ensign Six, 1931
Studebaker, 1950-1953
1 folder
This subseries documents Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. Formats include posters of Studebaker cars.
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23-OSF11 Poster - 1950 Studebaker Commander Regal Deluxe Starlight Coupe for Five, 1950
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23-OSF11 Poster - 1951 Studebaker Champion Regal Convertible for Five, 1951
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23-OSF11 Poster - 1951 Studebaker Commander State Starlight Coupe for Five, 1951
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23-OSF11 Poster - 1953 Studebaker Champion Regal Starlight Coupe, 1953
Toyota, 1986-1988
2 folders
This subseries documents Toyota Motor Corporation of Toyota City, Japan. Formats include a Toyota calendar and posters of Toyota cars.
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23-OSF11 Calendar - What a Nice Day 1988, 1988
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23-OSF11 Poster - 1986 Toyota Supra, 1986
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23-OSF11 Poster - 1987 Toyota Supra Turbo, 1986
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23-OSF11 Poster - Toyota - A Winning Team, 1986
The Treasury of the Automobile, Deluxe Edition, 1961
1 folder
This subseries documents The Treasury of the Automobile, Deluxe Edition. Formats include a set of 7 posters of automobiles featured in the book The Treasury of the Automobile, Deluxe Edition. The posters were printed by Golden Press Incorporated.
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23-OSF11 Posters - The Treasury of the Automobile, Deluxe Edition, 1961
Triumph, circa 1954-1955
1 folder
This subseries documents Triumph Motor Company Limited of Coventry, England, a division of Standard Motors Limited. Formats include a poster of the Triumph TR2.
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23-OSF11 Poster - Triumph TR2, circa 1954-1955
TRW, 1974-1980
10 folders
This subseries documents TRW of Euclid, Ohio. Formats include art reproductions of cars printed by TRW and TRW calendars.
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23-OSF11 Art Reproductions - The Crawford Collection, 1978-1979
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23-OSF11 Art Reproductions - The Milestone Cars, 1977-1978
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23-OSF11 Calendar - The 1974 TRW Calendar, 1974
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23-OSF11 Calendar - The 1975 TRW Calendar, 1975
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23-OSF11 Calendar - The 1975 TRW Calendar, 1975
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23-OSF12 Calendar - Automotive America 1976-America's Bicentennial and TRW's Seventy-Fifth Anniversary, 1976
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23-OSF12 Calendar - The Checkered Flag, 1976-1977
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23-OSF12 Calendar - The Crawford Collection, 1978-1979
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23-OSF12 Calendar - International Museum Favorites, 1979-1980
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23-OSF12 Calendar - The Milestone Cars, 1977-1978
Unidentified Automobiles, 2008, undated
3 folders
This subseries documents unidentified automobiles. Formats include an art reproduction of unidentified horseless carriage, a drawing of the trunk of an unidentified automobile (possibly a Rolls-Royce or Bentley), and a set of 2 double-sided signs for an unidentified electric car.
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23-OSF12 Art Reproduction - Unidentified Horseless Carriage, undated
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23-F4 Drawing - Trunk of Unidentified Automobile, 2008
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23-OSF12 Signs - Unidentified Electric Car, undated
Unidentified Steam Locomotive, undated
1 folder
This subseries documents an unidentified steam locomotive. Formats include an art reproduction of an unidentified steam locomotive created by an unknown artist.
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23-F4 Art Reproduction - Unidentified Steam Locomotive, undated
U.S. Department of Transportation, 1971
1 folder
This subseries documents the U.S. Department of Transportation, which is based in Washington, D.C. Formats include a poster for the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Transportation Week, which was held on May 16-22, 1971.
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23-OSF12 Poster - National Transportation Week, 1971
Vauxhall, circa 1937-2003
4 folders
This subseries documents Vauxhall Motors Limited of Luton, England, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation. Formats include posters of Vauxhall cars and a set of prints of Vauxhall cars.
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23-OSF13 Poster - Astra GTE. On Top Down Under, 1988
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23-OSF13 Poster - Vaux Hall - Yvan Muller/James Thompson, 2003
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23-OSF13 Posters - Vauxhall 10 Four, circa 1937-1947
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23-OSF13 Poster - Vauxhall Ventora "Big Bertha," 1973
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23-F4 Prints - Vauxhall 75 th Anniversary, 1978
Volkswagen, circa 1968-2000
2 folders
This subseries documents Volkswagen AG of Wolfsburg, Germany. Formats include a scrapbook of French Volkswagen advertisements and posters of Volkswagen cars. Materials are in English, Swedish, and French.
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23-OSF13 Poster - 1998 Volkswagen New Beetle, 1998
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23-OSF13 Poster - 2000 Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet, 2000
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23-OSF13 Poster - Ny topp för VW I USA, circa 1968
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23-F4 Scrapbook - Annonces Coccinelle, 1970s
Volvo, circa 1993-1997
1 folder
This subseries documents AB Volvo of Gothenburg, Sweden. Formats include a poster of the Volvo 850 GLT.
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23-F4 Poster - Volvo 850 GLT, circa 1993-1997
World Airliners Calendar, 1983
1 folder
This subseries documents the World Airliners Calendar. Formats include a 1983 edition of the World Airliners Calendar. Materials are in English and Japanese.
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23-OSF13 Calendar - World Airliners Calendar, 1983