Tag: 1904 Photo Scrapbook


  • May 31 2014

    VanderbiltCupRaces.com Exclusive: Spectacular Photos of the 1904 Vanderbilt Cup Race

    On Friday, October 7, 1904, the day before the first Vanderbilt Cup Race, 60 superintendents and engineers of the Association of Licensed Automobile Manufacturers (A.L.A.M.) gathered for a 65-mile "meet" covering Manhattan, Bronx and Westchester. On the next day, many of the participants ventured to Long Island to see the

  • Mar 23 2010

    Never Before Published Vanderbilt Cup Race Photos from a 1904 A.L.A.M. Scrapbook

    On Friday, October 7, 1904, the day before the first Vanderbilt Cup Race, superintendents and engineers of the Association of Licensed Automobile Manufacturers (A.L.A.M.) gathered for a 65-mile "meet" covering Manhattan, Bronx and Westchester. At 10:00 AM, 17 cars lined up in front of the Locomobile headquarters, at 76 Street and Broadway

  • Jul 21 2009

    Three More Spectacular 1904 Photos

    I am posting three more previously unpublished 1904 photos from a scrapbook album which I recently acquired. The above photo is probably the sharpest image ever shown of the spectators at the Westbury grandstand at the first interrnational raod race held in the United States.

  • Jul 19 2009

    Rare Photos of the 1904 Vanderbilt Cup Race Discovered

    I recently acquired a 1904 scrapbook of 65 never-before published photos including 15 amazing images of the 1904 Vanderbilt Cup Race. The most significant photo in the scrapbook is the only known documentation of the difficulties of #10 Fiat driven by Paul Sartori and owned by Willie K's cousin Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt at the start