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Unidentified women riding an early automobile, 1900s.

Copyright Keystone Views Co., New York.
Reference 4-1-1-1-11, 0505.

"The driver of this car was killed instantly when he lost control of his car on a slippery Chicago street and crashed into a tree and water hydrant." Published in the Fireman's Fund Record, February 1936.

Copyright Acme Newspictures, New York.
Reference 4-1-1-1-12, 0505.

What happens when the driver of an automobile falls asleep, 1930s. This driver was not insured.

Copyright H. A. Insinger, St. Charles, Missouri.
Reference 4-1-1-1-13, 0505.

An enterprising Fireman's Fund agent used this burned out automobile to advertise the advantages of insurance, 1920s.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 4-1-1-1-14, 0505.

Salvaging a automobile from the water, c. 1920. Possibly Lake St. Clair or the Detroit River.

Copyright Manning Brothers, Detroit.
Reference 4-1-1-1-14, 0505.

Bert G. Wills, manager of Pacific Coast auto underwriting (right), adjusts an auto loss, 1919.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-2-0-1-33, 0231.

Automobile buried after a cloud burst near Salt Lake City, Utah, September 1930.

Copyright International News Photos, New York.
Reference 4-1-1-1-93, 0510.

A truck and a taxi collide at 23rd Street and Avenue A in New York City, 1935.

Copyright International News Photos, New York.
Reference 4-1-1-1-15, 0505.

This truck was in gear when its driver hand-cranked the engine to start it, Cleveland, Ohio, 1936.

Copyright Acme Newspictures, New York.
Reference 4-1-1-1-15, 0505.

Driving across the ice saved a few minutes until the weather got warmer, Great River, Long Island, New York, 1940.

Copyright International News Photos, New York.
Reference 4-1-1-1-14, 0505.

Aftermath of a teenage joyride, San Rafael, California, 1949.

Copyright Joe Rosenthal, San Francisco.
Reference 4-1-1-1-13, 0505.

This car skidded off the road, down a hillside and into a house, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1933.

Copyright Acme Newspictures, New York.
Reference 4-1-1-1-13, 0505.

Scene of an automobile accident in Brooklyn, New York, 1945.

Copyright International News Photos, New York.
Reference 4-1-1-1-12, 0505.

Traffic jam at the approach to the Lincoln Tunnel, Weehauken, New Jersey, 1940s.

Copyright A. Devaney, Inc., New York.
Reference 4-1-1-1-11, 0505.

Photograph of a couple with their new car, 1930s. Probably used in advertising for Fireman's Fund auto insurance.

Copyright Hans-Schreiner Photo, San Francisco.
Reference 4-1-1-1-10, 0505.

Charles Duryea, automobile pioneer, seated in his creation, 1894.

Copyright United States News.
Reference 4-1-1-1-10, 0505.

Chrysler showroom, c. 1931. The white car in the foreground has a price tag of $1,885.

Copyright Charles M. Hiller, San Francisco.
Reference 4-1-1-1-11, 0505.

This truck in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania hit a wooden pole, shearing it into two pieces, both of which crashed through the roof. Two of the car’s three passengers were injured. October 15, 1940.

Copyright Acme Newspictures, New York.
Reference 4-1-1-1-13, 0505.

Early chain-driven Benz Velociped, 1892.

Copyright Scientific American.
Reference 4-1-1-1-10, 0505.

Automobile pioneer Charles Duryea’s gasoline automobile, 1892-1893.

Photograph from U.S. National Museum.
Reference 4-1-1-1-10, 0505.

Cars lined up at toll stations on the New York side of the Holland Tunnel under the Hudson River, 1936.

Copyright Ewing Galloway, New York.
Reference 4-1-1-1-38, 0507.

Automobile insurance display, 1929.

Copyright Gabriel Moulin, San Francisco.
Reference 4-2-3-18, 0810.

This mangled mess resulted when Robert Miller, driving a motorcycle, lost control of his machine and crashed into the front of a Ford car driven by H. Lewis. Connecticut, 1929.

Fireman’s Fund Record, October 1929.
Reference 4-1-3-4-40, 0408.

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