"Electric Automobile Charging Stations in New York City and Vicinity," with Maps, Second Edition, August 1923

Summary

Americans still drove electric cars in the 1920s. The New York Edison Company's Automobile Bureau published this booklet for electric-car owners. It included a map and address listings for local charging stations in New York City. Stations outside the immediate area, as far as Boston and Philadelphia, were also listed.

Americans still drove electric cars in the 1920s. The New York Edison Company's Automobile Bureau published this booklet for electric-car owners. It included a map and address listings for local charging stations in New York City. Stations outside the immediate area, as far as Boston and Philadelphia, were also listed.

Artifact

Book

Date Made

1923

Subject Date

1923

Creators

New York Edison Company 

Place of Creation

United States, New York, New York 

Creator Notes

Published for New York Edison Company Automobile Bureau, New York, New York.

Collection Title

Book Collection 

 On Exhibit

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Object ID

41.110.1

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)
Multicolored

Dimensions

Height: 8.125 in

Width: 5.125 in

Inscriptions

On brown front cover: Electric Automobile / Charging Stations in New York / City and Vicinity / [With Route Maps] Printed at bottom of front cover: Second Edition August 1923 / The New York Edison Company / Automobile Bureau / Irving Place and Fifteenth Street

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