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Frank Duryea


Inventor Founded Duryea Motor Wagon Company


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The Duryea Automobile
... OF FIRSTS. In 1889, Illinois natives Charles E. and J. Frank Duryea came to the Springfield
area. Charles became interested in developing a horseless buggy, and ...

Re: Frank Duryea, New York
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Duryea, Charles E.; and Duryea, J. Frank -
... b. Oct. 8, 1869, Washburn, Ill., US d. Feb. 15, 1967, Saybrook, Conn. in full

The Showroom of Automotive History: 1896 Duryea
... The company would last only three years, however brothers Charles and Frank Duryea
became the first Americans to attempt to build and sell automobiles at a ...

1913 Stevens-Duryea Model CC Seven Passenger Touring
... STORY 1892 J. Frank Duryea was commisioned by his brother Charles, who was a manufacturer
of bicycles, to design and build a motor vehicle. The result was the ...'s Web Zone
... Links to Charles Edgar Duryea and James Frank Duryea automobile web sites, Charles
Edgar Duryea & James Frank Duryea, born near Peoria, IL, founded this ...

Duryea. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English ...
... r y , - -. American inventor and automobile manufacturer. With his brother James
Frank Duryea (1869 1967) he built one of the first American automobiles (1893). ...

Charles E. Duryea, 1861-1937
Charles E. Duryea 1861-1938, 1998 ... Charles Edgar Duryea, and wife Rachel.
Charles born December 15, 1861, died September 28, 1938. ...

Charles Duryea
... Charles Duryea: First gas powered car; First race car; Manufactured 13 cars with
interchangeable parts; First company to make a profit selling cars. 1861-1938. ...

Duryea, Charles E.
Article Transportation: The Automobile and the Air Age, Duryea, Charles E. (1861
1938), born near Canton, Ill., and brother J. Frank (1869 1967), born in ...

The Duryea Brothers
The Duryea Brothers. Charles 1861--1938 Frank 1869--1967.
By: Christopher. Charles Duryea Below ...

Automobile, Car Innovation & History
... look at Ford's contributions to the automobile. Charles E. Duryea Charles E. Duryea
1861-1938 Charles E. Duryea was an early auto pioneer. Rudolf Diesel Rudolf ...

Duryea. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English ...
... Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. Duryea, Charles Edgar.

Artifact Template - ClusterA
... automobile manufacturer, Charles Edger Duryea and his brother, James Frank Duryea,
built the first successful gasoline-powered American automobile (1861-1938). ...

... US, pioneer automobile manufacturers were very active in the 1890s. Charles Edgar
Duryea (1861-1938) and his brother Frank Duryea (1869-1967) brought out their ...

Notables & Notorious
... kindred matters." In fine condition. (MB 500) 91. Automotive: Duryea, Charles E..
Inventor, 1861-1938; with brother James Frank, he built successful gasoline ...

The People of Illinois - The United States of America
... Charles Edgar Duryea, Near Canton, 1861-1938, Inventor, Click... Betty
Naomi Goldstein Friedan, Peoria, 1912-, Author, social reformer, Click... ...

Automotive Legends- Vintage Cars - 05/15/98
... Duryea, Charles E. (1861-1938); J. Frank (1869-1967): Brothers who built the first
successful gasoline-powered automobile in the United States in 1893. An ...

... Charles E. Duryea and J. Frank Duryea 1861-1938 and
1869-1967. The Duryea brothers were founders ...

... 1938 Charles Duryea (1861-1938) died. He and his brother Jack were the first to successfully
build a gasoline-engine motor vehicle in 1893 in Springfield, Mass ...

List Inductees
... Duryea , Charles E. (1861 - 1938) Inducted 1973 The Duryea brother founded the Duryea
Motor Wagon Company in 1896; the first company to manufacture and sell ...

Personal Names Browse for Historical Society of Western ...
... men and pioneers. -- 1979. 1 item Durrance, Jill 1 item Duryea, Charles E., -- 1861-1938.
3 items Duryea, Joseph T. -- (Joseph Tuthill), -- 1832-1898 1 item ...

US Repositories Listing - C - D
... Duryea, Charles Edgar, 1861-1938. MS67-9. Papers; ca. 1884-1927; 9 linear feet.
Pioneer automobile builder. Correspondence, patents, drawings, blueprints ...

Names Index Page
... 1853-24 JUN 1877) Duryea, Ruleff Dusenberre, Abigail ... MAY 1884-) Edwards, Charles
Edwards, Daniel Edwards ... Eleanor Eldridge, Maggie (1861-1938) Eliot Elliott ...

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