Sterling engine display, Motor Boat Show, 1929

safety negative

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

10x8 in. Kodak negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons January, 1929 at the New York National Motor Boat Show in New York City, New York. Image is an overall view of a Sterling display taken from a different angle to show as many of the Sterling engines on exhibit as possible. From left to right the engines are identified as: "STERLING / CHEVRON (the rest is unreadable). Second sign: "STERLING / DOLPHIN 6 / 187 H.P. 1250 R.P.M. / 236 H.P. 1550 R.P.M. / DOLPHIN MEDIUM 6 / 110 H.P. 800 R.P.M. / 3840". Third sign, "STERLING / DOLPHIN SPECIAL 6 / 5 3/4 BORE 6 3/4 STROKE / 290 H.P. 1650 R.P.M. / 3940". Fourth sign, "STERLING DOLPHIN 6". To the right are very large engines with the identification on them such as: "STERLING SEA-GULL", "STERLING COAST-GUARD", and 2 "STERLING VIKING II" engines. Typed neg. sleeve: 33696 / [Box] 1884-14 / Sterling." Stamped: "MOTOR BOAT SHOW 1929". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.


Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection

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New York National Motor Boat Show (1929)

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