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Millers Out for a Drive (National, ca. 1912)

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Smith Family for a Drive at National

Smith Family for a Drive at National

The Smith H. Miller family is out for a drive around 1912. That’s Smith (bookkeep at the PNLC) at the wheel, his wife Maude Looney Miller and infant daughter Jeanne Miller in her arms.

In the back, faintly seen, are the railroad tracks at National.

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