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1923 Marmon Speedster Jimmy Murphy Indy 500 Race Driver ORIGINAL Photo
SKU: WW9099
Original factory photograph, 8 x 10, typewritten press release sheet on reverse, 8.5 x 6, 8.5 x 10, also includes factory envelope, 8.5 x 10, shows James Anthony Murphy who was the World's Champion race driver in 1922 .
$ 56.99
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1923 Marmon Speedster Jimmy Murphy Indy 500 Race ORIGINAL Photo Negative
SKU: WW9100
Original factory photograph negative, 8 x 10 . Please note you are buying a photograph negative only, not an actual photograph.
$ 26.59
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1923 Mercedes Benz Indy 500 Race Car ORIGINAL Photograph
SKU: WW8297
Original photograph, 3.5 x 3.5. Taken in the 1940's .
$ 22.79
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1930 ? Race Car Blotter Indy 500 Unused Blotter Service Leads to Su
SKU: WS0683
Original blotter, 9 x 4. Shows a circa 1930 race car, similar to an Indy car. This blotter was printed by Louis Dow Company, St. Paul, Winnipeg, Minnesota.
$ 23.99
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1931 Louis Schneider Indy 500 Winfield S Carb ORIGINAL Photo Negative
SKU: WW6083
Original photograph negative, 8 x 10.
$ 15.19
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1946 Tommy Milton Autograph Letter Barney Roos Jeep Indy 500
SKU: WR5531
Original letter, 7.5 x 10.5, has a paper clip mark at the corner, stapled to the corner of this letter is an article about Barney Roos and his development of the Jeep. This letter has a stamp " Received March 20, 1946, DG Roos " and is on the letterhead of " Milton Engineering, Detroit, Michigan, Thomas W. Milton, and is signed in pen, " Tom ". Apparently Tommy Milton was friends with Barney Roos ( Willys Overland Engineering VP ), and that is why he sent the attached article to him. Interesting content as apparently Tommy Milton was telling Roos that he had better get hotel reservations for the May 1946 Indianapolis 500 Race, " I was talking with Wilbur Shaw and he told me they are building new steel and concrete stands... " This letter was obtained from Willys Overland Jeep factory files.
$ 206.24
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1948 1949 Indy 500 Charles Lytle Mike Salay ORIGINAL Photograph
SKU: WW6917
Original photograph, 7.5 x 5, shows rear view of Indy 500 or AAA race car on a trailer with a 1949 Indiana license plate. Pen notation on reverse, includes "Charles Lytle and Mike Salay " with other comments . It is unknown if this car was driven by either of those two.
$ 15.19
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1950 ? Cannonball Baker at Indy 500 Photo Floyd Clymer
SKU: WI9362
original photograph, 4.5 x 3.5. This original photograph was obtained from the collection and estate of Floyd Clymer, the famous automobile book and magazine publisher who died in the 1970s. This photograph is probably one-of-a-kind and may have been published by Clymer in one of his many publications.
$ 11.39
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1950 ? Indy 500 Purdue Band Baton Twirler Parade Photo
SKU: WI5687
lot of 2 original photographs, 5.5 x 4.5 and 8 x 10, bend at corner of one photo. Shows views at the beginning of the Indy 500 with the Purdue Marching Band and Baton Twirlers, many Indy 500 Roadster cars can be seen getting ready for the start. There is a "Speedway Photo" stamp on reverse of one of the photos. Auction is for both items. These original photographs were obtained from the collection and estate of Floyd Clymer, the famous automobile book and magazine publisher who died in the 1970s. These photographs are probably one-of-a-kind and may have been published by Clymer in one of his many publications.
$ 18.99
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1950 Clark Gable & James Melton at Indy 500 ORIGINAL Photo
SKU: WY5315
Original photograph, 4.5 x 3.
$ 11.39
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1950 Clark Gable & James Melton at Indy 500 ORIGINAL Photo
SKU: WY5329
Original photograph, 4.5 x 3 .
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1950 Clark Gable at Indy 500 ORIGINAL Photo To Please a Lady
SKU: WY4625
Original factory photograph, 4.5 x 3. Clark Gable and producer/director Clarence Brown look over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before filming “To Please a Lady” in 1950. “To Please a Lady” (1950) Clark Gable stars as a ruthless midget racer whose reckless driving causes the death of another driver. Barbara Stanwyck plays a newspaper columnist who wants him banned from the sport of racing. It’s got all the typical Hollywood elements: thrills, excitement and romance. A crew of 70 from MGM Studios set up shop at the speedway. Cinematographer Harold Rosson had 14 cameras trained on the racing, the crowd and action scenes. .
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1950 Clark Gable at Indy 500 ORIGINAL Photo To Please a Lady
SKU: WY4643
Original photograph, 4 x 3.5. Clark Gable and producer/director Clarence Brown look over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before filming “To Please a Lady” in 1950. “To Please a Lady” (1950) Clark Gable stars as a ruthless midget racer whose reckless driving causes the death of another driver. Barbara Stanwyck plays a newspaper columnist who wants him banned from the sport of racing. It’s got all the typical Hollywood elements: thrills, excitement and romance. A crew of 70 from MGM Studios set up shop at the speedway. Cinematographer Harold Rosson had 14 cameras trained on the racing, the crowd and action scenes..
$ 11.39
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1950 Clark Gable at Indy 500 ORIGINAL Photo To Please a Lady
SKU: WY4644
Original factory photograph, 4 x 3.5. Clark Gable and producer/director Clarence Brown look over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before filming “To Please a Lady” in 1950. “To Please a Lady” (1950) Clark Gable stars as a ruthless midget racer whose reckless driving causes the death of another driver. Barbara Stanwyck plays a newspaper columnist who wants him banned from the sport of racing. It’s got all the typical Hollywood elements: thrills, excitement and romance. A crew of 70 from MGM Studios set up shop at the speedway. Cinematographer Harold Rosson had 14 cameras trained on the racing, the crowd and action scenes..
$ 11.39
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1950 Clark Gable at Indy 500 ORIGINAL Photo To Please a Lady
SKU: WY4645
Original factory photograph, 4.5 x 3. Clark Gable and producer/director Clarence Brown look over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before filming “To Please a Lady” in 1950. “To Please a Lady” (1950) Clark Gable stars as a ruthless midget racer whose reckless driving causes the death of another driver. Barbara Stanwyck plays a newspaper columnist who wants him banned from the sport of racing. It’s got all the typical Hollywood elements: thrills, excitement and romance. A crew of 70 from MGM Studios set up shop at the speedway. Cinematographer Harold Rosson had 14 cameras trained on the racing, the crowd and action scenes.
$ 11.39
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1950 Clark Gable at Indy 500 ORIGINAL Photo To Please a Lady
SKU: WY4778
Original photograph, 4.5 x 3. Clark Gable and producer/director Clarence Brown look over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before filming “To Please a Lady” in 1950. “To Please a Lady” (1950) Clark Gable stars as a ruthless midget racer whose reckless driving causes the death of another driver. Barbara Stanwyck plays a newspaper columnist who wants him banned from the sport of racing. It’s got all the typical Hollywood elements: thrills, excitement and romance. A crew of 70 from MGM Studios set up shop at the speedway. Cinematographer Harold Rosson had 14 cameras trained on the racing, the crowd and action scenes..
$ 11.39
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1950 Clark Gable at Indy 500 ORIGINAL Photo To Please a Lady
SKU: WY4783
Original photograph, 4.5 x 3. Clark Gable and producer/director Clarence Brown look over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before filming “To Please a Lady” in 1950. “To Please a Lady” (1950) Clark Gable stars as a ruthless midget racer whose reckless driving causes the death of another driver. Barbara Stanwyck plays a newspaper columnist who wants him banned from the sport of racing. It’s got all the typical Hollywood elements: thrills, excitement and romance. A crew of 70 from MGM Studios set up shop at the speedway. Cinematographer Harold Rosson had 14 cameras trained on the racing, the crowd and action scenes..
$ 11.39
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1950 Clark Gable at Indy 500 ORIGINAL Photo To Please a Lady
SKU: WY4789
Original photograph, 4.5 x 3. Clark Gable and producer/director Clarence Brown look over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before filming “To Please a Lady” in 1950. “To Please a Lady” (1950) Clark Gable stars as a ruthless midget racer whose reckless driving causes the death of another driver. Barbara Stanwyck plays a newspaper columnist who wants him banned from the sport of racing. It’s got all the typical Hollywood elements: thrills, excitement and romance. A crew of 70 from MGM Studios set up shop at the speedway. Cinematographer Harold Rosson had 14 cameras trained on the racing, the crowd and action scenes..
$ 11.39
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1950 Clark Gable at Indy 500 ORIGINAL Photo To Please a Lady
SKU: WY4800
Original photograph, 4.5 x 3. Clark Gable and producer/director Clarence Brown look over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before filming “To Please a Lady” in 1950. “To Please a Lady” (1950) Clark Gable stars as a ruthless midget racer whose reckless driving causes the death of another driver. Barbara Stanwyck plays a newspaper columnist who wants him banned from the sport of racing. It’s got all the typical Hollywood elements: thrills, excitement and romance. A crew of 70 from MGM Studios set up shop at the speedway. Cinematographer Harold Rosson had 14 cameras trained on the racing, the crowd and action scenes..
$ 11.39
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1950 Clark Gable at Indy 500 ORIGINAL Photo To Please a Lady
SKU: WY4808
Original photograph, 4.5 x 3. Clark Gable and producer/director Clarence Brown look over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before filming “To Please a Lady” in 1950. “To Please a Lady” (1950) Clark Gable stars as a ruthless midget racer whose reckless driving causes the death of another driver. Barbara Stanwyck plays a newspaper columnist who wants him banned from the sport of racing. It’s got all the typical Hollywood elements: thrills, excitement and romance. A crew of 70 from MGM Studios set up shop at the speedway. Cinematographer Harold Rosson had 14 cameras trained on the racing, the crowd and action scenes.
$ 11.39
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