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Motorist Collection

Background imageMotorist Collection: Whitney Straight (Maserati) at the Members Bridge turn, Brooklands, 1933, (1937)

Whitney Straight (Maserati) at the Members Bridge turn, Brooklands, 1933, (1937). Artist: Gordon Crosby
Whitney Straight (Maserati) at the Members Bridge turn when breaking the Mountain lap record, Brooklands, 1933, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists

Background imageMotorist Collection: The departure of an automobile rally, 1931. Artist: Guy Sabran

The departure of an automobile rally, 1931. Artist: Guy Sabran
The departure of an automobile rally, 1931. A print from the front cover of the magazine L Illustration, 3 October 1931

Background imageMotorist Collection: The busy pits: before the start of Le Mans 24-hour Race, 1937

The busy pits: before the start of Le Mans 24-hour Race, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageMotorist Collection: Advertisement for tourism at Chambery, France, c1920s

Advertisement for tourism at Chambery, France, c1920s

Background imageMotorist Collection: The Skid, illustration from the magazine Le De Dion-Bouton, 1909

The Skid, illustration from the magazine Le De Dion-Bouton, 1909. De Dion-Bouton was a French automobile manufacturer operating from 1883 to 1932

Background imageMotorist Collection: Major Connell inoculating woman motorist, 29 May 1917. Creator: Bain News Service

Major Connell inoculating woman motorist, 29 May 1917. Creator: Bain News Service
Major Connell inoculating woman motorist, 29 May 1917. Major Connell, surgeon of the 71st Regiment, inoculating one of the three hundred women in the Women's Motor Corps of the National League

Background imageMotorist Collection: English women motor volunteers inspected, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

English women motor volunteers inspected, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
English women motor volunteers inspected, between c1915 and 1918. Women driver volunteers standing in front of automobiles during World War I, in England

Background imageMotorist Collection: AI IMAGE - Toad from The Wind in the Willows, 2023. Creator: Heritage Images

AI IMAGE - Toad from The Wind in the Willows, 2023. Creator: Heritage Images
AI IMAGE - Toad from The Wind in the Willows, 2023. Character from a children's novel by Kenneth Grahame, first published in 1908

Background imageMotorist Collection: Billboard on U.S. Highway 99 in California, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange

Billboard on U.S. Highway 99 in California, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Billboard on U.S. Highway 99 in California. National advertising campaign sponsored by National Association of Manufacturers

Background imageMotorist Collection: 1906 Delaunay-Belleville tourer. Creator: Unknown

1906 Delaunay-Belleville tourer. Creator: Unknown
1906 Delaunay-Belleville tourer

Background imageMotorist Collection: 1898 Daimler Wagonette. Creator: Unknown

1898 Daimler Wagonette. Creator: Unknown
1898 Daimler Wagonette

Background imageMotorist Collection: 1906 Crossley 22-28hp. Creator: Unknown

1906 Crossley 22-28hp. Creator: Unknown
1906 Crossley 22-28hp

Background imageMotorist Collection: 1928 Chandler 6 cylinder. Creator: Unknown

1928 Chandler 6 cylinder. Creator: Unknown
1928 Chandler 6 cylinder

Background imageMotorist Collection: 1908 Brown 20 / 22hp. Creator: Unknown

1908 Brown 20 / 22hp. Creator: Unknown
1908 Brown 20/22hp

Background imageMotorist Collection: 1915 Chalmers Six. Creator: Unknown

1915 Chalmers Six. Creator: Unknown
1915 Chalmers Six

Background imageMotorist Collection: 1906 Cleveland Model H. Creator: Unknown

1906 Cleveland Model H. Creator: Unknown
1906 Cleveland Model H

Background imageMotorist Collection: 1907 Brown 40hp. Creator: Unknown

1907 Brown 40hp. Creator: Unknown
1907 Brown 40hp

Background imageMotorist Collection: 1906 Delage 6hp, sold in Britain as the Friswell Baby. Creator: Unknown

1906 Delage 6hp, sold in Britain as the Friswell Baby. Creator: Unknown
1906 Delage 6hp, sold in Britain as the Friswell Baby

Background imageMotorist Collection: 1912 Singer 20hp. Creator: Unknown

1912 Singer 20hp. Creator: Unknown
1912 Singer 20hp

Background imageMotorist Collection: Sir Malcolm Campbell, 1937. Creator: Unknown

Sir Malcolm Campbell, 1937. Creator: Unknown
Sir Malcolm Campbell, 1937. Sir Malcolm Campbell (1885-1948), British motorist and journalist. From " Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists", edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageMotorist Collection: Cover for the Christmas issue of the magazine La Vie au Grand Air, 1904

Cover for the Christmas issue of the magazine La Vie au Grand Air, 1904

Background imageMotorist Collection: The Fruits of Far-Sighted Highway Planning: A Motorists Paradise, c1935

The Fruits of Far-Sighted Highway Planning: A Motorists Paradise, c1935. From Our Wonderful World, Volume III, edited by J.A. Hammerton. [The Amalgamated Press, Ltd. London]

Background imageMotorist Collection: Singer Open 2-seater car. Artist: Bill Brunell

Singer Open 2-seater car. Artist: Bill Brunell
Singer Open 2-seater Vehicle Reg. No. T-8.. Place:

Background imageMotorist Collection: 1930 Alfa-Romeo, Chrysler Coupe and Bugatti Type 43 2262cc. Artist: Bill Brunell

1930 Alfa-Romeo, Chrysler Coupe and Bugatti Type 43 2262cc. Artist: Bill Brunell
Right Alfa-Romeo 1930 Vehicle Reg. No. GC5870. Driver: Evans, K. Centre Chrysler. Left Bugatti Type 43 2262S cc. Vehicle Reg. No. YT8241. Driver: Evans, D.G.. Place:

Background imageMotorist Collection: Sir Henry Segrave, 1937

Sir Henry Segrave, 1937. Sir Henry O Neil de Hane Segrave (1896-1930). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageMotorist Collection: The Memorial Panel to Sir Henry Birkin at Brooklands, 1937. Artist: Gordon Crosby

The Memorial Panel to Sir Henry Birkin at Brooklands, 1937. Artist: Gordon Crosby
The Memorial Panel to Sir Henry Birkin at Brooklands, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageMotorist Collection: Sir Malcolm Campbell, 1937

Sir Malcolm Campbell, 1937. Sir Malcolm Campbell (1885-1948), British motorist and journalist. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageMotorist Collection: French Grand Prix, 1936: A new streamlined Bugatti, followed by a Riley, 1936, (1937)

French Grand Prix, 1936: A new streamlined Bugatti, followed by a Riley, 1936, (1937). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageMotorist Collection: Rudolph Caracciola, c1935, (1937)

Rudolph Caracciola, c1935, (1937). Otto Wilhelm Rudolf Caracciola (1901-1959). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageMotorist Collection: Ards Tourist Trophy Race, 1937

Ards Tourist Trophy Race, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageMotorist Collection: Captain G. E. T. Eyston and assistant, 1937

Captain G. E. T. Eyston and assistant, 1937. Captain George Edward Thomas Eyston (1897-1979). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageMotorist Collection: American Speedway Racing - Jack Ericson, turning on three wheels, 1937

American Speedway Racing - Jack Ericson, turning on three wheels, 1937
American Speedway Racing - Jack Ericson, of New Jersey, making a successful turn on three wheels. His front wheel can be seen flying in the opposite direction. 1937

Background imageMotorist Collection: Road racing in the Isle of Man, 1937, 1937

Road racing in the Isle of Man, 1937, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageMotorist Collection: Nuvolari, 1937

Nuvolari, 1937. Tazio Giorgio Nuvolari (1892-1953). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageMotorist Collection: E. R. Hall, 1937

E. R. Hall, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageMotorist Collection: Thrilling racing in rural England: Bugattis at Donington, 1937

Thrilling racing in rural England: Bugattis at Donington, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageMotorist Collection: B. Bira, 1937

B. Bira, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageMotorist Collection: The Hon. Brian Lewis, 1937

The Hon. Brian Lewis, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageMotorist Collection: John Cobb and T. E. Rose-Richards, c1935, (1937)

John Cobb and T. E. Rose-Richards, c1935, (1937). John Rhodes Cobb (1899-1952) and Thomas Essery Tim Rose Richards (1902-1940)

Background imageMotorist Collection: Count Zborowski, the younger, on a Mercedes, 1937

Count Zborowski, the younger, on a Mercedes, 1937. Count Louis Vorow Zborowski (1895-1924). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageMotorist Collection: Parry Thomas, 1937

Parry Thomas, 1937. John Godfrey Parry-Thomas (1884-1927), Welsh engineer and motor-racing. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageMotorist Collection: Raymond Mays (E. R. A. ) breaking the record, 1935; the Shelsey Walsh Hill Climb, 1937

Raymond Mays (E. R. A. ) breaking the record, 1935; the Shelsey Walsh Hill Climb, 1937
Raymond Mays (E.R.A.) breaking the record, 1935; the Shelsey Walsh Hill Climb, 1937. Thomas Raymond Mays (1899-1980). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists

Background imageMotorist Collection: Whitney Straight (Maserati) breaks the record, 1934, 1934, (1937)

Whitney Straight (Maserati) breaks the record, 1934, 1934, (1937). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageMotorist Collection: Sir Malcolm Campbell at the wheel of Bluebird, 1937

Sir Malcolm Campbell at the wheel of Bluebird, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageMotorist Collection: Freddie Dixon (Riley) at Brooklands, 1937

Freddie Dixon (Riley) at Brooklands, 1937. Frederick William Dixon (1892-1956). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageMotorist Collection: Earl Howe and Sir Henry Birkin racing at Brooklands, 1937

Earl Howe and Sir Henry Birkin racing at Brooklands, 1937. Sir Henry Ralph Stanley Tim Birkin, 3rd Baronet (1896-1933) and Francis Richard Henry Penn Curzon, 5th Earl Howe (1884-1964)

Background imageMotorist Collection: Jarrott arrives at Bordeaux in the Race of Death, 1937

Jarrott arrives at Bordeaux in the Race of Death, 1937. Charles Jarrott (1877?1944), English racing car driver and businessman

Background imageMotorist Collection: An early Wolseley in the Isle of Man (1904), 1904, (1937)

An early Wolseley in the Isle of Man (1904), 1904, (1937). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]



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