Take a Ride on a Stanley Steamer
Past to Present • Documentary, History, Travel, 01-Jan-2002
Sue Davis from the Stanley Museum in Maine shows off a Stanley Steamer automobile and talks about its connection with F.O. Stanley, his brother and the world famous Stanley Hotel.
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