We enter the Museum ...
... and first thing we see is this Packard Twelve, Model 1106.
A KJ streamlined motorcycle
A Bugatti Type 46 coupe
The Cord L-29 Cabriolet -- 8 cylinder in-line engine
Another look at the Cord Cabriolet
BMW R7 motorcycle (built only as a concept, but never produced)
Cord Model 610, Armchair Beverly sedan. Now we switch to a V-8 engine.
The Stout Scarab was our first minivan (Only one door? Eek.)
Stout Scarab, front view
Voisin Type C-27 sport coupe
Voisin Type C-27, front view
1934 Edsel Ford Model 40 Special Speedster
1935 Chrysler Airflow, Model C2. (We called this "the car of the future" when I was a kid.)
Delahaye 155M coupe
Delahaye 135M coupe "cockpit"
1936 Delahaye 135M roadster
Hispano-Suiza H6B Dubonnet "Xenia" coupe
Front view of the Hispano-Suiza H6B Dubonnet "Xenia" coupe
Talbot-Lago T150C-SS Teardrop Coupe
Front view of the Talbot-Lago T150C-SS Teardrop Coupe
The 1941 Chrysler (LeBaron) Thunderbolt
Tatra T-97 -- Czech car, possibly a precursor of the VW Beetle.
A Classic: The Indian "Chief" Motorcycle. These were built from 1922 until 1953.
Descending Night, bronze scupture
Elsie Driggs' painting of a Ford Trimotor passenger plane, "Aeroplane" 1928
Audubon double-elephant folio Birds of Amerca, open to a picture of a Whooping Crane (which looks more like a Sandhill Crane, to me.)
Thomas Doughty, "View of the Fairmount Waterworks ..." ca. 1825 ...
... the actual Fairmount Waterworks in 2012.