Kermath engine display, Motor Boat Show, 1928

safety negative

Rosenfeld and Sons
USA, NY, New York
safety film
overall: 8 x 10 in.

10x8 in. safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons January 22, 1928 at the New York National Motor Boat Show in New York City, New York. Image is an overall view of a Kermath display taken to show as many of the Kermath engines on stands on exhibit as possible. From left to right the engines are identified as: Kermath 35-40 H.P. / Kermath "65" / Kermath "100" / Kermath 125 H.P. / unidentified Kermath engine / Kermath 20-25 H.P. / Kermath "12" / Kermath 8-10 H.P. / Kermath 3-H.P. On the left of the image in the background on a backing board is a sign that says, "Bruns, Kimball & Co. / WILL TAKE YOUR PRESENT ENGINE / In part payment for a new one and make a very liberal allowance". To the far right in a background board: "KERMATH ENGINES / Most successfully used in Launches / of these / Diesel Yachts / COX & STEVENS" and then there is a display of vessel images with captions that cannot be read. Typed neg. sleeve info.: "30669 / 1/22/28 / [Box] 1758-11 / Motor Boat Show 1928 / Kermath". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.


Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection

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New York National Motor Boat Show (1928)

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Boat shows