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1904 3-Cylinder Rigs That Run St. Louis Motor Carriage Co.  A handsome "model de luxe" has been added to the New St. Louis. line of "Rigs That Run" manufactured by the St. Louis Motor Carriage Co. of 1211-1218 North Vandeventer avenue, St. Louis, Mo

1904 Rigs That Run St. Louis Motor Carriage Co. A handsome "model de luxe" has been added to the New St. line of "Rigs That Run" manufactured by the St. Louis Motor Carriage Co. of North Vandeventer avenue, St.

1904 St. Louis Motor Carriage Tonneau. Unlike earlier automobiles, this car has the engine under the front seat. A tonneau was a rear seat that riders climbed into by opening a door in the back of the tonneau. Once everyone was in, the door was closed and latched, becoming the center seat back. Missouri History Museum

1904 St. Louis Motor Carriage Tonneau. Unlike earlier automobiles, this car has the engine under the front seat. A tonneau was a rear seat that riders climbed into by opening a door in the back of the tonneau. Once everyone was in, the door was closed and latched, becoming the center seat back. Missouri History Museum

Numbers Carwash- a fun preschool math activity!

Fun Game to Learn the Numbers: Numbers Car Wash

Fun Game to Learn your Numbers: Numbers Car Wash-- Practice your numbers, gross and fine motor skills development and even Spanish practice!

Owners of St. Louis Motor Carriage Company, George Dorris (front) and Jesse French Jr. and Sr. in a company racing and touring car built in 1902 or 1903 [in front of Frank P. Blair Statue at northeast corner of Forest Park on Lindell]. Circa 1898-1908.

Owners of St. Louis Motor Carriage Company, George Dorris (front) and Jesse French Jr. and Sr. in a company racing and touring car built in 1902 or 1903 [in front of Frank P. Blair Statue at northeast corner of Forest Park on Lindell].

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