Washington, D.C., circa 1915. "Witt-Will motor truck plant, 52 N Street N.E." The Witt-Will was a conventional assembled truck using Continental engines, Brown-Lipe transmissions and Timken worm or bevel axles. It was made in sizes from 1 Yo to 5Yo tons, with 6-cylinder engines from the mid-1920s. The plant was little more than a large garage in the shadow of the White House. Production tapered off in the 1930s. National Photo Company Collection glass negative.
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