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The New York to Paris Great Race of 1908 with George Schuster

George Schuster driver of the car looking at the original recovered body from junk yard .

In 1908, racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In 1908, racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In 1908, racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In 1908, racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In 1908, racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In 1908, racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In 1908, racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In 1908, racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

1907 Thomas Flyer Model 35 that won the New York to Paris Race in 1908.

1907 Thomas Flyer Model 35 that won the New York to Paris Race in

the great race gallery | The Great 1908 Paris-to-New York Automobile Race July 30, 1908, an ...

The Great 1908 New York-to-Paris Automobile Race - Photo Essays

The Great New York-to-Paris Auto Race of 1908 The race, which was the first of its kind among automobiles, commenced in Times Square on February Six cars representing four nations were at the starting line for what would become a ordeal.

In 1908 racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In 1908, racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

In 1908 racers attempted to drive from New York to Paris in the dead of winter. It got complicated.

February 12, 1908 - Montague Roberts in Times Square driving the Thomas Flyer at the start of the New York to Paris automobile race. Six cars representing four nations (Germany, France, Italy and the United States) were at the starting line for what would

February 1908 - Montague Roberts in Times Square driving the Thomas Flyer at the start of the New York to Paris automobile race. Six cars representing four nations (Germany, France, Italy and the United States) were at the starting line for what would

"New York to Paris Race" photo by Harry Mellon Rhoads, circa 1908. Summary reads, "View of automobiles with passengers in Cheyenne (Laramie County) Wyoming; on left is a 1907 Thomas Flyer and winner of the New York To Paris Round The World Race. On right is probably a Studebaker-Garford. A saloon and a brick building are in background." Photo archived at the Denver Public Library Digital Collections. http://digital.denverlibrary.org/…/p15330c…/id/19277/rec/508

"New York to Paris Race" photo by Harry Mellon Rhoads, circa 1908. Summary reads, "View of automobiles with passengers in Cheyenne (Laramie County) Wyoming; on left is a 1907 Thomas Flyer and winner of the New York To Paris Round The World Race. On right is probably a Studebaker-Garford. A saloon and a brick building are in background." Photo archived at the Denver Public Library Digital Collections. http://digital.denverlibrary.org/…/p15330c…/id/19277/rec/508

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