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Famous/Early EVers

Mina Edison driving Thomas Edison
Thomas Edison in Baker electric
Thomas Edison poses with Bailey electric car
U.S. President McKinley's last ride (electric ambulance)
U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower in a 1914 Rauch and Lang Electric (owned by his mother-in-law. This photo was taken during the 1952 campaign.)
Henry Ford's first experimental EV
Henry Ford's second experimental EV

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EAA EV History – Self Propelled Vehicles (by Theo. Audel & Co)

The images listed below are pages from the Theo. Audel & Company (publisher) book titled Self Propelled Vehicles (A Practical Treatise) by James E. Homans, published in 1905.

EAA EV History – Detroit Electric

The images below present a description and various models for the Detroit Electric (also known as the Anderson) electric car.

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"Cars & Parts" magazine article featuring the 1917 Detroit Electric


EAA EV History - Mildé

The 1900 Mildé Electric Car (3-Wheeler)

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