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AuCr 30041D Model DC6764OH, tandem axle diesel straight truck with cement mixer body. Braen Industries. Riverdale, NJ.

White Model 788 Bus. Inter City New Jersey New York Lines.

31702B Purolator oil filter used on 447 and 501 engines. Factory photo. December 21, 1951.

White Horse Model 99. Bishop & Babcock refrigeration unit. Negative only.

White Model 788 Bus. Side Panel Construction. July, 1939.

30272B Model C6564, tandem axle straight truck with driver cab and Jaeger cement mixer body. W. E. Johnson Inc. Paoli, PA.

Model 99. 3/4 left front view with driver leaving the truck. Sylstra Bros. Wyckoff, NJ. 1939. No negative.

Model unknown. Gulf Southwestern Transportation Co. Houston, TX.

Model AP15, off road diesel cab and chassis. Factory photo.

White Model 50 Bus. Buffalo-Akron Transit Co. Buffalo, NY. 1927.

Model U90, built for U S Navy, right side of 501 engine with transmission. Factory photo Oct 3,1951

31226 Model DC10264, tandem axle diesel straight truck with tank body. Alton H. Lee. Farmington, NM.

White Model 782 Bus, super power. Louisiana Power and Light.

White Model 54 Bus. Intelligence Tours, Zion Park-Temple of Sinawawa.

31354J Model A7564T, tandem axle diesel tractor with tandem axle tank trailer. Coastal Tank Lines Inc. York, PA.

Model DC7564, tandem axle diesel straight truck with Jaeger cement mixer body. Rochez Bros. Pittsburgh, PA.

White Model 20 Bus, 2 ton. Armour and Co. Chicago, IL. June, 1920.

Caption Missing. Click to us identify this photograph.

Wc 24 A&A Transport Co Victoria TX

31058 Model DC87OH, diesel truck with off road dump body. Quality Lime Co. Terre Haute, IN.

Gulf Refining Co

Model DC74T, diesel tractor with tandem axle Trailmobile reefer trailer. Morris Hunt. Parkton, MD.

White Bus Model 15-45. Mail Car. Rocky Mountain Parks Transportation Co. Estes Park, CO. 1920.

White Model 15 Bus, 3/4 ton. Rocky Mountain Parks Transportation Co. Estes Park, CO. 1920.

31591 Model unknown, straight truck with dump body built by Hockonsmith Co. circa 1948. Donated by Don Wood. 1982.