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John Hubbard 'Artist'.
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On a visit to the Stanley Museum in Kingfield, Maine, I was struck by the number of noise-making devices on one of the early Stanley cars. This 1905 car had a double note horn mounted on the right side, a three note steam whistle mounted on the left side, and a smaller horn mounted on the steering tiller. They really wanted everyone to know they were coming!



1905 Stanley Horn and Lamp.




1905 Stanley Horn.




1905 Stanley Steam Whistle.




1910 Stanley Horn and Lamp.

On the 1910 Stanley at the Museum, there was only one horn. The gooseneck extension to the bulb drooped under the driver's doorway.

These images are available as individual 8 x 10 inch giclée prints using archival dyes on archival paper. The triptych, also an archival giclée print, measures 10 x 27 inches.

The 8 x 10 prints cost $45 (US) each, and the 10 x 27 triptych, $65 (US), all plus actual shipping, of course. Prints will be shipped in a sturdy mailing tube.

Want something similar done, but with your own steam car featured? John accepts commission work, so please contact him.

John Hubbard,
Email:- art@jehubbard.com





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