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Galloping Gertrude By Motorcar in 1908 (Loeper 1980)

Galloping Gertrude By Motorcar in 1908 (Loeper 1980)
Galloping Gertrude By Motorcar in 1908 (Loeper 1980) Galloping Gertrude By Motorcar in 1908 (Loeper 1980) Galloping Gertrude By Motorcar in 1908 (Loeper 1980)
Galloping Gertrude By Motorcar in 1908 (Loeper 1980)
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Timothy Hill's grandfather had resisted the lure of the automobile until he read that Teddy Roosevelt had one. He got one himself and decided that Timothy, his sister and their grandparents would drive the thirty miles to visit his brother.The journey took twice as long as expected, and nothing happened that any motorist of 1908 might not have expected. Riding in a car was an experience, not a way to get to another place on time. For those who can never have the experience, here is a chance to see what it might have been like .66 pages with appropriate illustrations and advertisements. Very Good Condition  book as is the jacket apart from two small repairs along lower edge