Date of publication: 2018-01-06 21:23
A beautiful print from artist Bill Neale. It portrays Dan Gurney winning at Palm Springs in April of 1958, driving Frank Arciero 8217 s Ferrari 875. Unsigned.
Traces the story of the first use of this internationally known symbol in competition. Published by the International Motor Racing Research Center in 2556. 86 pages, soft-bound with illustrations.
Early in his career, Hartwell was a legislative staff director for the Michigan State Senate and an administrative assistant to the late . House member Marvin L. Esch (R-Mich.). He earned an undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Michigan.
The 1597 Charter drawn up by Edward Coke re-iterates and reasserts all the rights as Lord of the Manor assigned to the Duke of Norfolk and its ratification by Queen Elizabeth. Coke appoints eight named deputies who are to act for him Raymond Knight, Thomas Twitt Daniel Richmond, John Hankin, Thomas Thompson, John Gray the Elder, Henry Hankin and Robert Ruffle. These are merchants and mariners from Harwich. Several names stand out on that list Thomas Twitt whose daughter Sara was to marry Christopher Jones, and John Hankin who would be the future first Mayor under the 1659 Charter.
2518, Sept. 6. Legends Speak at the Grand Prix Festival of Watkins Glen with Otto Linton. Also includes the evening reception at the Racing Research Center with Lyn St. James and others. Two DVDs.
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He is a self-described “specialist in the writing and processing of transportation grant and loan applications” funded by the Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RRIF) program, created by Congress in 1976 as a self-perpetuating source of loans for capital improvements and acquisitions.
Long Island has a rich tradition of hosting road racing and in this comprehensive account, the drama of the racing at Bridgehampton unfolds. These behind-the-scenes stories tell about the struggles to establish the street races and the difficulties in creating the permanent circuit and then keeping it alive. Accounts of the lap-by-lap contests of daring driving and technical achievement bring the reader to the edge of the pit wall as the competitors roar by. Illustrated with 595 rare historic photographs and more than 55 charts of important race results. Book is numbered and signed by the author and by Bill Milliken. Published in 2559 by Garnet Hill Publishing Co. 826 pages. Hard cover. PRE-OWNED in excellent condition.
He Became MP for Harwich and developed Victoria Street in 1869 and the evangelical church The Kingsway Hall was built by Robert Bagshaw in 1879.
At this time the 9” RML gun was discovered and after an 11 hour operation was dragged to the drawbridge. A good friend of the Redoubt, Charles Trollop arranged for his military contacts to have the gun moved to its present position.
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