|Title||File of patent drawings and related items|
|Collection||Samuel Eliot Automobile/Aviation Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Packet marked "Re: inventions of Samuel Eliot".
Unlabeled patent drawing, signed by Samuel Eliot.
Sketch labeled "Boiler". Signed, "[unclear - 'March'?] 7th '34, Samuel Eliot".
Photograph of unknown machined metal mechanism, possibly a wheel lock of some sort.
Single page of typed "Specifications of American Universal Motor", by Samuel Eliot. Mentions enclosed circular of BEMOL grease, "another Eliot product", but no enclosure: n.d.
Three-page article from National Petroleum News magazine, "Are Motor Oil Additives Useful?" Written in pencil at top left: "Andy - elementary". n.d.
Partial newspaper clipping, torn, with only three full paragraphs remaining of article on automobile pricing. n.d.
|Year Range from||1934|
|Year Range to||1934|
Photograph: image is clear but has been folded in half and taped to gether along fold on reverse of photo. Several scribbled notes on reverse.
Some yellowing and fraying of other papers.