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Name Beckley, Zoë, -1961

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Image of Lewis E. Kaler and Zoë Beckley in 1-cylinder Cadillac, 1905 - Lewis E. Kaler Collection

Lewis E. Kaler and Zoë Beckley in 1-cylinder Cadillac, 1905 - Lewis E. Kaler Collection

Lewis E. Kaler and Zoë Beckley in one-cylinder Cadillac, 1905. Written in ink on paper taped to back of photo: "Zoë Beckley Lewis E. Kaler in one-cylinder Cadillac." Typed caption on mat reads, "Tintype of Lewis E. Kaler and a journalist friend, Zoë Beckley, in his one-cylinder Cadillac, New Haven, Conn., Sept. 23, 1905. (Mr. Kaler was born in Augusta, Maine, on May 14, 1874.)"

Image of Lewis Kaler in white Buick at Landis and Myrtle Streets, Vineland, NJ, 1908 - Lewis E. Kaler Collection

Lewis Kaler in white Buick at Landis and Myrtle Streets, Vineland, NJ, 1908 - Lewis E. Kaler Collection

Lewis Kaler in his white Buick at Landis and Myrtle Streets, Vineland, NJ, 1908. Written in ink on back of photo: "Lewis Kaler in white Buick (3rd car in town) 1908 - Landis and Myrtle Streets, Vineland, N.J." Typed caption on mat reads, "Lewis E. Kaler in his white Buick in Vineland, New Jersey, 1908 (left side view). Note the acetylene gas tank for the headlamps (which had to be lit individually) and the single seat for one passenger in the rear. (Mr. Kaler was born in Augusta, Maine, on May 14, 1874.)"

Image of Lewis Kaler in white Buick in front of  State Home, Vineland, NJ, 1908 - Lewis E. Kaler Collection

Lewis Kaler in white Buick in front of State Home, Vineland, NJ, 1908 - Lewis E. Kaler Collection

Lewis Kaler in his white Buick in front of State Home, Vineland, NJ, 1908. Written in ink on back of photo: "Lewis E. Kaler Taken about 1908 in front of State Home, Vineland, N.J." Typed caption on mat reads, "Lewis E. Kaler in his white Buick in Vineland, New Jersey, 1908. Note the driving gauntlets, and the driver's seat on the right-hand side. This vehicle was only the third car in Vineland at that time. (Mr. Kaler was born in Augusta, Maine, on May 14, 1874.)"