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1903 PREMIER Special 923 cu. in.
Indianapolis, Indiana
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test

1903 PREMIER Special 923 cu. in.
Indianapolis, Indiana
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test



1905 National Racer
“National race car which broke the world’s record for a dirt track at the Indiana State Fair Grounds at Indianapolis in 1905 (Nov. 17, 1905). In this 24-hour event, the National covered 1, 094 miles, a remarkable record when you consider the date …”
Those Wonderful Old Automobiles page 60
By Floyd Clymer, 1953

1905 NATIONAL
BREAKS WORLD’S 24-HOUR RECORD
NATIONAL MOTOR VEHICLE Co
Indianapolis, IND
THE HORSELESS AGE Nov 29, 1905
Page 35 8.25”x11.75”



1906 National
“Watch For The Round Radiator”
Xerox of sales folder
Page 4 Xerox is 8.5”x11”
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA



1906 NATIONAL Model D
Magazine AD
6.5”x4.5”

1906 National
“World’s Records”
AUTOMOBILES
July 1906 Page 68 6.5”x9.75”


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1909 INDIAN Racer
Raced at Indy Speedway Aug 19, 1909
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test

1909 INDIAN Racer
Raced at Indy Speedway Aug 19, 1909
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test



Summary of Events (1909)
Indianapolis Motor Speedway:
2. National driven by Aiken
10. National, driven by Oldfield
Motor Print magazine
October 1909 Page 11 11”x14”

Sat August 21, 1909 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Event 5 – 300-mile Race Wheeler-Schebler Trophy
Car 8 Driver Johnny Aitken National
Car 9 Driver Barney Oldfield National
Source: 500 Miles to Go Story of Indianapolis Speedway
By Al Bloemker 1961

With Henry Ford (left) Speedway founders:
AC Newby, Frank Wheeler, Cal G Fisher, James Allison
500 Miles to Go
Story of Indianapolis Speedway
By Al Bloemker 1961



1909 National National Stock Car Victories! Atlanta Automobile Speedway Nov 1909 THE HORSELESS AGE Nov 17, 1909 Page 11 8.5”x12”


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National 40 – Johnny Aitken
National Sixty – Tom Kincaide
The Horseless Age magazine
July 6, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 1
Page 27 9”x12”

1909 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Driver Tom Kincaid in National Car 6
Thursday August 19, 1909 (9 cars racing)
Event 5 - 250-mile Prest-O-Lite Trophy Race
open to stock chassis/engines 301-450 CID
Place 4 Car 6 Driver Tom Kincaid National
Saturday August 21, 1909 (4 cars racing)
Event 2 – 15-mile Race free-for-all handicap
Place 1 Car 6 Driver Tom Kincaid National
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
CH-7
* Wednesday July 6, 1910
“Kincaid Killed at Speedway”
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Practice
NATIONAL Car Driver Tom Kincaid killed practicing
Car went off SE turn and rolled over on him
Source: The Horseless Age magazine Page 23
July 6, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 1 9”x12”



1909 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Historic Line-Up for Heat Race
Tom Kincaid National Car 6
Charlie Merz National Car 7
Wilfred Bourque Knox Car 3
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
1087 H-278

August 19, 1909 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
10-Mile Race – “Johnny Aitken in National Car 8
grabs an early lead in the 10-Mile Race.”
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
13-199 H-6



Fri August 20, 1909 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Event 3 – 10-mile Race stock engines 301-450 CID
1st Place Driver Charlie Merz National Car 7 (4-cyl)
Source: 1910 Sales Catalog “National 1910”
“A Record-Breaking Car” “A Record-Breaking Year”
6”x7” 18 pages

Sat August 21, 1909 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Event 2 – 15-mile Race free-for-all handicap
1st Place Driver Tom Kincaid National Car 6 (6-cyl)
Source: 1910 Sales Catalog “National 1910”
“A Record-Breaking Car” “A Record-Breaking Year”
6”x7” 18 pages

Sat August 21, 1909 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Event 5 – 300-mile Race Wheeler-Schebler Trophy
Driver Johnny Aitken National Car 8 early in race
Source: 1910 Sales Catalog “National 1910”
“A Record-Breaking Car” “A Record-Breaking Year”
6”x7” 18 pages



Floyd Clymer's Indianapolis
500 Mile Race History 1946 page 12
Photo: THE AUTOMOBILE magazine
December 23, 1909 Page 1097

August 20-21, 1909 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
The NATIONAL Crew with Cars 6, 8 and 7
Source: 1910 Sales Catalog “National 1910”
“A Record-Breaking Car” “A Record-Breaking Year”
6”x7” 18 pages



November 9-13, 1909 Atlanta (GA) Speedway
Johnny Aitken took (4) firsts in a National “40”
Source: 1910 Sales Catalog “National 1910”
“A Record-Breaking Car” “A Record-Breaking Year”
6”x7” 18 pages

November 9-13, 1909 Atlanta (GA) Speedway
Johnny Aitken took (4) firsts in a National “40”
Source: 1910 Sales Catalog “National 1910”
“A Record-Breaking Car” “A Record-Breaking Year”
6”x7” 18 pages



1909 National Racing Car wins
$2,500 National “40”
The Horseless Age magazine
January 5, 1910



March 26, 1910 Atlanta’s Hill Climb
$2,001-$3,000 class:
1st Place WJ Stoddard in a National
The Horseless Age magazine
March 30, 1910 Vol. 25 No. 13
Page 478 9”x12”

Sport and Contests
(article)
The Horseless Age magazine
April 13, 1910 Vol. 25 No. 15
Page 537 9”x12”

Sport and Contests (continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
April 13, 1910 Vol. 25 No. 15
Page 538 9”x12”



Sport and Contests (continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
April 13, 1910 Vol. 25 No. 15
Page 539 9”x12”

Seventeen Perfect Road Scores
in Savannah-Jacksonville Run.
(article)
The Horseless Age magazine
April 13, 1910 Vol. 25 No. 15
Page 540 9”x12”

Indianapolis Speedway Preparing
for National Championships.
(article)
The Horseless Age magazine
April 13, 1910 Vol. 25 No. 15
Page 541 9”x12”



Start of 10-mile Free-For-All Handicap Race
July 2, 1910 Indianapolis automobile races
Event 7 – 10-mile Race Free-for-all handicap
(21 cars racing) (Only first three finishers published)
Place 2 Car ? Driver WK Smith National
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway

1910 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
July 2, 1910 Heat? 14?
Probably 200-mile Cobe Trophy Race (14 cars in race)
? National? Car 9
Johnny Aitken National Car 7
Tom Kincaid National Car 6
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
C 260 Printing Arts Co. Indpls



National 40 – Johnny Aitken
National Sixty – Tom Kincaide
The Horseless Age magazine
July 6, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 1
Page 27 9”x12”

Saturday May 28, 1910 (19 cars racing)
Event 7 - 200-mile Wheeler-Schebler Trophy Race
open to stock chassis/engines Less than 600 CID
Place 3 Car 7 Driver Johnny Aitken National
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
28/28A

1909 Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Driver Tom Kincaid in National Car 6
Thursday August 19, 1909 (9 cars racing)
Event 5 - 250-mile Prest-O-Lite Trophy Race
open to stock chassis/engines 301-450 CID
Place 4 Car 6 Driver Tom Kincaid National
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
CH-7



ca. 1910 Indianapolis automobile races
Johnny Aitken an Indianapolis native and a
National team driver.
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
No 3

ca. 1910
Johnny Aitken in National Car 12, but
probably not at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
according to Donald Davidson, Indy 500 Historian
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
H 1312 No 4

ca. Sept. 1910 Indianapolis automobile races
Johnny Aitken in National 8
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
C 275



July 1910
Floyd Clymer's Indianapolis
500 Mile Race History 1946 page 15
Photo: THE AUTOMOBILE magazine
July 7, 1910 Page 2

1910 “3 - Aitken in the National “60”
Cutting for the Front”
Floyd Clymer's Indianapolis
500 Mile Race History 1946 page 15
Photo: THE AUTOMOBILE magazine
July 7, 1910 Page 2

1910 National WINS AGAIN
Fairmount Park Road Race
The Horseless Age magazine
October 12, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 15
Page 15 9”x12”



Wednesday July 6, 1910
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Practice
NATIONAL Car Driver Tom Kincaid killed practicing
Car went off SE turn and rolled over on him
Source: The Horseless Age magazine page 23
July 6, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 1 9”x12”



Sept. 3, 1910 Indianapolis automobile races
Howard (Howdy) Wilcox in National 9 receiving the
Remy Grand Brassard & trophy after winning the
100-mile Remy Race on September 3, 1910
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
C 300

Amateur driver Arthur Greiner
Drove for National team in September 1910
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
C 301



Speedway Stock-Car Champions of 1910
American Motorist magazine
July 1910 Vol. 2 No. 2
Page 264 9”x11.75”

Speedway Stock-Car Champions of 1910
American Motorist magazine
July 1910 Vol. 2 No. 2
Page 265 9”x11.75”

Speedway Stock-Car Champions of 1910
American Motorist magazine
July 1910 Vol. 2 No. 2
Page 266 9”x11.75”



Sept 5, 1910 “Line-up for the Class D, free-for-all”
Event 7 - 10-mile Race Free-for-all (6 cars racing)
Place 4 Car 7 Driver Charlie Merz National
Place 6 Car 8 Driver Johnny Aitken National
Photo: THE AUTOMOBILE magazine
September 8, 1910 Page 386

Sept 3, 1910 Start of the Remy-Brassard
Event 11 - 100-mile Remy Grand Brassard
open to stock chassis/engines LESS than 451 CID
(11 cars racing)
Place 1 Car 9 Driver Howard Wilcox National
Place 2 Car 11 Driver Charlie Merz National
Photo: THE AUTOMOBILE magazine
September 8, 1910 Page 386

Probably Sept. 3, 1910 “Start of the 301-450 race”
Event 5 - 5-mile Race (9 cars racing)
open to stock chassis/engines 301-450 CID
Place 1 Car 9 Driver Johnny Aitken National
Place 3 Car 18 Driver Arthur Greiner National
Place 4 Car 11 Driver Charlie Merz National
Photo: THE AUTOMOBILE magazine September 8, 1910 Page 387



1910 Los Angeles-Phoenix Road Race
Floyd Clymer's HISTORICAL
MOTOR SCRAPBOOK
Number Three 1946
Page 77 5.5"x8.5"

1910 NATIONAL Racing Car Triumphs
1911 National “40” Sales Catalog
Page 6 5.25”x10.75”
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA



1910 National WINS AGAIN
Fairmount Park Road Race
(article)
The Horseless Age magazine
October 12, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 15
Page 15 9”x12”

THE MARMON
“The Easiest Riding Car in the World”
Nordyke & Marmon Co.
Indianapolis, Ind.
The Horseless Age magazine
October 12, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 15
Page 16 9”x12”

Quaker City Race Captured by Zengle in Chadwick. (article) The Horseless Age magazine October 12, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 15 Page 512 9”x12”



Quaker City Race Captured
by Zengle in Chadwick. (continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
October 12, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 15
Page 513 9”x12”

Quaker City Race Captured
by Zengle in Chadwick. (continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
October 12, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 15
Page 514 9”x12”

Quaker City Race Captured
by Zengle in Chadwick. (continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
October 12, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 15
Page 515 9”x12”



Quaker City Race Captured
by Zengle in Chadwick. (continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
October 12, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 15
Page 516 9”x12”

Quaker City Race Captured
by Zengle in Chadwick. (continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
October 12, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 15
Page 517 9”x12”

Monster Meet for Atlanta –
More Than Fifty Entries Received So Far
(article)
The Horseless Age magazine
October 12, 1910 Vol. 26 No. 15
Page 519 9”x12”



1910 AMERICAN
America’s Greatest Car
The American Motor Car Company
Indianapolis, Indiana
THE HORSELESS AGE June 15, 1910
Page 3 8.25”x12”

1910 NATIONAL
$2500 National “40"
NATIONAL MOTOR VEHICLE Co
Indianapolis, IND
THE HORSELESS AGE Jan 5, 1910
8”x10.75”

1910 NATIONAL
NATIONAL 40 $2500
$2500 in 1910 = $60,680 in 2012
NATIONAL MOTOR VEHICLE Co
Indianapolis, IND
THE HORSELESS AGE Aug 17, 1910
Page 33 8.25”x11.5”



1910 NATIONAL
Again NATIONAL 40 Wins
Two Hundred Mile Open Race
NATIONAL MOTOR VEHICLE Co
Indianapolis, IND
THE HORSELESS AGE Sept 7, 1910
Page 18 8.5”x11.25”

1910 MARMON
“The Easiest Riding Car in the World”
Some of the Marmon Victories
Nordyke & Marmon Co
Indianapolis, Indiana
McClure’s – The Marketplace of the World
1910 Page 112 6.25”x9”


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1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Front Cover, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Embossed inside front cover, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Inside front cover, 8”x11”



1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 1, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 2, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 3, 8”x11”



1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 4, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 5, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 6, 8”x11”



1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 7, 8”x11”

Driver Al Livingston
1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 7, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 8, 8”x11”



1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 9, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 10, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 11, 8”x11”



1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 12, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 13, 8”x11”

Driver Louis Disbrow
1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 13, 8”x11”



1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 14, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 15, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 16, 8”x11”



1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 17, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 18, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 19, 8”x11”



1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 20, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 21, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 22, 8”x11”



Driver William B. Tousey
1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 22, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 23, 8”x11”

Driver Don Herr
1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 23, 8”x11”



1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Page 24, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Inside back cover, 8”x11”

1911 NATIONAL 40 Sales Catalog
Designed & Written by
Russel M. Seeds Company, Indianapolis
The Hollenbeck Press, Indianapolis
Back Cover, 8”x11”



1911 National “40”
Stock Car Champions
“Thousands of Miles of Terrific Speed”
Xerox of Sales Catalog
Front & Back covers 6”x9” (shrunk)
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA

1911 National “40”
Stock Car Champions
“Thousands of Miles of Terrific Speed”
Xerox of Sales Catalog
Page 1 6”x9” (full size)
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA

1911 National “40”
Stock Car Champions
“Thousands of Miles of Terrific Speed”
Xerox of Sales Catalog
Pages 2 & 3 6”x9” (shrunk)
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA



1911 National “40”
Stock Car Champions
“Thousands of Miles of Terrific Speed”
Xerox of Sales Catalog
Pages 4 & 5 6”x9” (shrunk)
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA

1911 National “40”
Stock Car Champions
“Thousands of Miles of Terrific Speed”
Xerox of Sales Catalog
Pages 6 & 7 6”x9” (shrunk)
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA

1911 National “40”
Stock Car Champions
“Thousands of Miles of Terrific Speed”
Xerox of Sales Catalog
Pages 8 & 9 6”x9” (shrunk)
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA



1911 National “40”
Stock Car Champions
“Thousands of Miles of Terrific Speed”
Xerox of Sales Catalog
Pages 10 & 11 6”x9” (shrunk)
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA

1911 National “40”
Stock Car Champions
“Thousands of Miles of Terrific Speed”
Xerox of Sales Catalog
Pages 12 & 13 6”x9” (shrunk)
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA

1911 National “40”
Stock Car Champions
“Thousands of Miles of Terrific Speed”
Xerox of Sales Catalog
Pages 14 & 156”x9” (shrunk)
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA



1911 National “40”
Stock Car Champions
“Thousands of Miles of Terrific Speed”
Xerox of Sales Catalog
Page 14 6”x9” (full size)
Courtesy of the Antique Automobile
Club of America Library Hershey, PA



1911 March 1
Sport and Contests
New Orleans’ pre-Lenten carnival
The Horseless Age magazine
March 1, 1911 Vol 27 No 9
Page 421 9”x12”

1911 March 1
Sport and Contests
New Orleans’ pre-Lenten carnival
The Horseless Age magazine
March 1, 1911 Vol 27 No 9
Page 422 9”x12”



1911 National “40”
The Automobile
June 8, 1911 Page 136 8.5”x12”

1911 National
“Victorious at Jacksonville”
The Horseless Age Vol. 27 No. 14
April 3, 1911 Page 20 8.5”x12”

World’s Marks Fell at Pablo Beach.
(article)
The Horseless Age magazine
April 5, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 14
Page 604 9”x12”



1911 National
“Keeps Up Its Winning Gait”
Motor Age
Oct 1910 Page 83 8.25”x11”





World’s Marks Fell at Pablo Beach.
(continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
April 5, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 14
Page 605 9”x12”

World’s Marks Fell at Pablo Beach.
(continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
April 5, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 14
Page 606 9”x12”

World’s Marks Fell at Pablo Beach.
(continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
April 5, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 14
Page 607 9”x12”



1911 March 1
National WINS Panama-Pacific Race
The Horseless Age magazine
March 1, 1911 Vol 27 No 9
Page 28 9”x12”

11 National Auto BIG AD.jpg
1911 National
“Now Is the Time to
Buy a Motor Car”
The Automobile
April 27, 1911 Page 133 8.5”x12”

1911 National 40
“King of the Speedway”
“Monarch of the Road”
April 1911 3”x9.5”



1911 National “40”
The Horseless Age magazine
June 7, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 23
Page 14D 9”x12”

1911 National 40
Does Mile in 40 32/100 Sec.
The Horseless Age magazine
April 12, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 15
Page 32 9”x12”

1911 National 40
STOCK CHAMPION
The Horseless Age magazine
November 29, 1911 Vol. 28 No. 22
Page 21 9”x12”



1911 STODDARD-DAYTON
First Indy 500 pace car and for 1913 & 1914
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test

1911 STODDARD-DAYTON
First Indy 500 pace car and for 1913 & 1914
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test

1911 STODDARD-DAYTON
First Indy 500 pace car and for 1913 & 1914
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test



1911 Indianapolis 500-Mile Race
“An Analysis of the Five Century Race.”
The Horseless Age magazine
June 7, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 23
Page 986 9”x12”

1911 Indianapolis 500-Mile Race
“An Analysis of the Five Century Race.”
The Horseless Age magazine
June 7, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 23
Page 987 9”x12”

1911 Indianapolis 500-Mile Race
“An Analysis of the Five Century Race.”
The Horseless Age magazine
June 7, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 23
Page 988 9”x12”



1911 Indianapolis 500-Mile Race
“An Analysis of the Five Century Race.”
The Horseless Age magazine
June 7, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 23
Page 989 9”x12”

1911 Indianapolis 500-Mile Race
“An Analysis of the Five Century Race.”
The Horseless Age magazine
June 7, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 23
Page 990 9”x12”

1911 Indianapolis 500-Mile Race
“An Analysis of the Five Century Race.”
The Horseless Age magazine
June 7, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 23
Page 991 9”x12”



1911 Indianapolis 500 Winner
Ray Harroun in Marmon Wasp Car 32
Photo courtesy Indianapolis Motor Speedway
10691

1911 MARMON Wasp Car 32
Driver Ray Harroun
1911 Indianapolis 500 WINNER
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test

1911 MARMON Wasp Car 32
Driver Ray Harroun
1911 Indianapolis 500 WINNER
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test



1911 MARMON Wasp Car 32
Driver Ray Harroun
1911 Indianapolis 500 WINNER
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test



1911 Indianapolis 500 starting Line-Up
Johnny Aitken in National Car 4 (front left)
Out at Lap 123 with broken connecting rod
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
H-1049 Bretzman Photo

1911 Indianapolis 500
Johnny Aitken in NATIONAL Car 4
500 Miles to Go
Story of the Indianapolis Speedway
By Al Bloemker 1961 Page 128+



Indianapolis native and National team driver
Charlie Merz, 1911
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
C 198

1911 Indianapolis 500
Charlie Merz's National Car 4 6th Place Winner
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
C 348

NATIONAL Driver Charlie Merz Car 20
1911 Indianapolis 500-Mile Race
“An Analysis of the Five Century Race.”
The Horseless Age magazine
June 7, 1911 Vol. 27 No. 23
Page 991 9”x12”



August 14, 1911 Worcester, MASS
“Success Crowns Dead Horse Climb”
The Automobile magazine
Vol. 25 No. 7 August 17, 1911
9”x12” Page 276

August 14, 1911 Worcester, MASS
“Success Crowns Dead Horse Climb”
The Automobile magazine
Vol. 25 No. 7 August 17, 1911
9”x12” Page 277

August 14, 1911 Worcester, MASS
“Success Crowns Dead Horse Climb”
The Automobile magazine
Vol. 25 No. 7 August 17, 1911
9”x12” Page 278



August 14, 1911 Worcester, MASS
“Success Crowns Dead Horse Climb”
The Automobile magazine
Vol. 25 No. 7 August 17, 1911
9”x12” Page 279

1911 National “40”
“Los Angeles Times
Endurance Contest 1911”
“Oakland to Lakeside National 40”
“Perfect Score National Motor Car Co”
Polaroid ca. August 1989 of Trophy
From private collection



August 3,4,5, 1911 Galveston, Texas
SPLITDORF SUPREME
“Len Zengel in National in 50-mile race.”
The Automobile magazine
Vol. 25 No. 7 August 17, 1911
9”x12” Page 193

August 3,4,5, 1911 Galveston, Texas
SPLITDORF SUPREME
“Len Zengel in National in 50-mile race.”
The Automobile magazine
Vol. 25 No. 7 August 17, 1911
9”x12” Page 193



G & A Carburetors
Driver Bob Burman Beats Nationals
The Automobile magazine
Vol. 25 No. 13 September 28, 1911
9”x12” Page 94

1911 National
“70 Firsts, 42 Seconds, 29 Thirds”
The Automobile magazine
Vol. 25 No. 13 September 28, 1911
9”x12” Page 102

August 3-4-5, 1911 Galveston, Texas
“National Wind 9 First at Galveston”
The Automobile magazine
Vol. 25 No. 7 August 17, 1911
9”x12” Page 116



VICTORY
Rhineland Ball Bearings
The Horseless Age magazine
November 29, 1911 Vol. 28 No. 22
Page 19 9”x12”

Abbott-Detroit
- It Was Pure Nerve But It Paid
Vanderbilt Race
Abbott Motor Co.
Detroit, Mich.
The Horseless Age magazine
December 13, 1911 Vol. 28 No. 24
Page 18 9”x12”

Abbott-Detroit
Savannah 1911 Grand Prize Race
Abbott Motor Co.
Detroit, Mich.
The Horseless Age magazine
December 13, 1911 Vol. 28 No. 24
Page 19 9”x12”



1911 National
Makes Clean Sweep
Dead Horse Hill Climb
Worchester, Mass Aug 12, 1911
MOTOR AGE Aug 17, 1911
Page 160 8.5”x12”

1911 REMY MAGNETO
500-Mile International Race Indianapolis
Remy Electric Company
Anderson, Indiana
THE HORSELESS AGE June 28, 1911
Page 28 8.5”11.75”



1911 NATIONAL
National Victories
National Motor Vehicle Co
Indianapolis, IND
MOTOR AGE Feb 23, 1911
Page 95 8.5”x12”

1911 NATIONAL
Again Wins Illinois Trophy
National Motor Vehicle Co
Indianapolis, IND
MOTOR AGE Aug 31, 1911
Page 75 8.5”x12”


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1912 National 40
“Second Nature Motoring”
Everybody’s Magazine
April 1912 Page 53 6.5”x9.75”

1912 National
Inter- National Champion
Cosmopolitan magazine
August 1912 Page 99 6.25”x9.5”

1912 NATIONAL
Inter-NATIONAL Champion
National “40,” Indianapolis
MOTOR AGE June 13, 1912
Page 82 8.5”x12”



1912 Indianapolis 500 Winner
Joe Dawson in National Car 8
Photo courtesy Indianapolis Motor Speedway
10692

1912 Indianapolis 500 Winner
Joe Dawson in National Car 8
Photo courtesy Indianapolis Motor Speedway
C 262

1912 Indianapolis 500 Winner
Joe Dawson in National Car 8
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
C 463



Joe Dawson Car 8 receives the Checkered Flag
1912 Indianapolis 500 Winner
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Joe Dawson in National Car 8 wins
1912 Indianapolis 500
Floyd Clymer's Indianapolis
500 Mile Race History 1946 page 29
Photo: THE HORSELESS AGE magazine
June 5, 1912 Page 980

Joe Dawson in National Car 8
1912 Indianapolis 500 Winner
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
"Dawson was completely exhausted at the Finish,"
Horseless Age magazine June 5, 1912 page 981
Photo courtesy Indianapolis Motor Speedway
C 484



Sports and Contest
The Horseless Age magazine
December 18, 1912 Vol. 30 No. 25
Page 915 9”x12”

Sports and Contests (continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
December 18, 1912 Vol. 30 No. 25
Page 916 9”x12”

Sports and Contests (continued)
The Horseless Age magazine
December 18, 1912 Vol. 30 No. 25
Page 917 9”x12”



1912 NATIONAL Car 8
Driver Joe Dawson & Mechanic Don Herr
1912 Indianapolis 500 WINNER
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test

1912 NATIONAL Car 8
Driver Joe Dawson & Mechanic Don Herr
1912 Indianapolis 500 WINNER
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006

1912 NATIONAL Car 8
Driver Joe Dawson & Mechanic Don Herr
1912 Indianapolis 500 WINNER
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test



1912 NATIONAL Car 8
Driver Joe Dawson & Mechanic Don Herr
1912 Indianapolis 500 WINNER
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test

1912 NATIONAL Car 8
Driver Joe Dawson & Mechanic Don Herr
1912 Indianapolis 500 WINNER
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Dr. Sam T. Test

1912 NATIONAL Car 8
Driver Joe Dawson & Mechanic Don Herr
1912 Indianapolis 500 WINNER
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test



Chuck & Sam in front of NATIONAL Car 8
1912 NATIONAL Car 8
1912 Indianapolis 500 WINNER
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test

1911 – 1919 Indianapolis 500 WINNERS
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test



Don Herr 1910 National Car 11 driver and
Relief driver for Joe Dawson in 1912 INDY 500
1912 Indianapolis 500 Winner
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Photo ca. 1913 No. 118 C 63



Howard Wilcox in National Car 9
1912 Indianapolis 500
Floyd Clymer's Indianapolis
500 Mile Race History 1946 page 32
Photo: THE HORSELESS AGE magazine
June 5, 1912 Page 983



1912 Indianapolis 500?
Probably a National Car, BUT NOT Car 8
Note: Shape of radiator & lever on mechanic side
(Joe Dawson in National Car 8
had no such lever on mechanic side)
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
4468



1912 Indianapolis 500
David L Bruce-Brown in National Car 29
Out at Lap 25 with valve trouble (sabotage?)
Photo courtesy: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
1912-21

Re: 1912 Indianapolis 500
David L Bruce-Brown in National Car 29
Xerox of letter dated April 2, 1948 to
Floyd Clymer from AJ Paige
Page 1 8.5”x11”

Re: 1912 Indianapolis 500
David L Bruce-Brown in National Car 29
Xerox of letter dated April 2, 1948 to
Floyd Clymer from AJ Paige
Page 2 8.5”x11”



Re: 1912 Indianapolis 500
David L Bruce-Brown in National Car 29
Photo came with xerox of April 2, 1948
letter to Floyd Clymer from AJ Paige
Black & White photograph 6”x4.5”
Driver’s (right) side of 589 cubic inch engine

Re: 1912 Indianapolis 500
David L Bruce-Brown in National Car 29
Photo came with xerox of April 2, 1948
letter to Floyd Clymer from AJ Paige
Black & White photograph 6”x4.5”
Passenger (left) side of 589 cubic inch engine



1912 National
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
1911 and 1912 winning cars
From postcard (14) views of
THE Indianapolis 500
America’s Racing Classic
Curt Teich Chicago 1973



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1913 National
World’s Champion
Literary Digest magazine
7.75”x10.75”

1913 National
Stock Champion and International Champion
Page 23 Side 1 8.75”x13.25”

1913 National
Stock Champion and International Champion
Page 23 Side 2 8.75”x13.25”



1914 National
“Its History and Its Today
Warrant Your Confidence” Collier’s magazine
May 2, 1914 27 9.5”x14”



MADE IN NEW ENGLAND
“What They Say”
National Driver John Aitken
The Automobile magazine
Vol. 36 No. 9 March 1, 1917
Page 97 9”x12”

1913 National
Made in Indiana
THE HORSELESS AGE May 21, 1913
Front cover 24Q 8.5”x12

1913 National
Convenience, Safety and Comfort
MOTOR AGE June 19, 1913
Page 48 8.5”x11.75”



1920 DUSENBERG Racing Engine
8-Cylinder In-Line 181.5 Cubic Inch
125 Horse Power at 4,200 RPM
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday April 13, 2006
Digital Photograph by Sam T. Test


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1914 ca Joe Dawson, Racer
Joseph Crook Dawson
(July 17, 1889 - June 18, 1946)
Born Odon, Indiana
Won 1912 Indy 500 in a NATIONAL
Photo ca. 1914 5.75”x8.5” FRONT


1914 ca Joe Dawson, Racer
Joseph Crook Dawson
(July 17, 1889 - June 18, 1946)
Born Odon, Indiana
Won 1912 Indy 500 in a NATIONAL
Photo ca. 1914 8.5”x5.75” BACK


1914 SCHEBLER
SCHEBLER WINS LA –Phoenix Road Race
WHEELER & SCHEBLER
Indianapolis, Indiana
MOTOR AGE March 4, 1912
Page 53 8.5”x12”