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White Model 685 Bus- Engine 6A. Oil Cooler Tubes Assembly. May, 1934.

White Model 718, Watson Bros Transportation Co , Omaha, NE Scanned from the original print, negative is damaged

White Bus Model 50 A. Buffalo Interurban Bus Co. East Aurora, NY. 1927.

Model 99 Demonstrator, left side, door slightly open. 1939.

White Model 782 Bus. Super Power. Maple Heights Municipal Motor Coach.

Model AP40, off road dump truck with 40 ton planetary tandem rear axle and 27 yard dump body. Largest Autocar, built 1957.

White Model 782 Bus, super power. Maple Heights Municipal Motor Coach.

Model 788. US Mail Highway Post Office circa 1942.

Model DC9964B, tandem axle diesel cab and chassis. Factory photo.

White,

Cleveland News, Press

White Truck Model 701. Marshall Field & Co Chicago, Illinois

31273B Model DC9364, tandem axle diesel straight truck with Maxon side dump cement body. Wilson Construction Co. Wilmington, DE.

31390F Model DC6366, tandem axle 6 wheel drive diesel cab and chassis. Factory photo.

Model DC10364SOH, tandem axle diesel straight truck with cement mixer body. Lynn Sand & Stone Co. Swampscott, MA.

Model A10464LS, long wheelbase tandem axle diesel tractor with logging trailer. Douglas Veneer Co. Roseburg, OR.

White Model 798 Bus. United Electric Railway. 1947.

Model HD115, tractor with drop deck tandem axle trailer. Oregon Transfer Co. Portland, OR 1945. Ernest Sternberg collection. Print- no.

Hydro Torque automatic transmission, from rear 1949

White Model 685 Bus- Highway Coach. Spring Valley Motor Bus Co. New York. New Jersey. Negative.

White Bus Model 54A. Club Coach. Governor Roosevelt (pictured). Schenectady.

White Model 788 Bus. Mohawk Coach Lines, Hudson River Scenic Route-West Point. New York. 1939.

Model DC10364SOH, tandem axle diesel straight truck with Challenge cement mixer body. Camden Lime Co. Camden, NJ.

Model unknown, Sterling White, close up view of right head light. Factory photo. 1953.

White Bus 2 ton. Miller and Coatsworth Auto Bus. Washington, PA. 1919.