vintage car

1972 Vintage Car

Committee chairman, Mr B Tolley, taking school children for a ride in a vintage Rolls Royce

Annie Curtis and Car

Annie Curtis, Lloyd’s mother

1 – with Audree

2 – with Lloyd

Cadillac

Early V8 Cadillac Tourer, number plate 46-711

“Hansen” written on negative. Hansen was the name of a motor vehicle company at the time.

Car

Photo caption –

“Howard and Emma with Essex’

Vintage Car

Driver Eric Battershill?
AWS Longley, front seat passenger
Amelia Longley with her three daughters, Eva, Elsie and Kathleen, in the back
Written on car “? MOTOR CO. HASTINGS”

Vintage Car

Unknown driver and passenger

Vintage Car

One of AWS Longley’s cars, number plate 59.592

Car

Photo caption – “Our Model A with the dicky seat. Dad, my Godmother Ada Ford, Mum & I.”

John Speakman, Ada Ford, Mildred Speakman; Margaret Speakman in front

Carol Slade and Others 1922

Mary Ann Slade (McTague), Eliza (Lizzie) McTague, Caroline Coate Slade at wheel of 1914 Model T Ford, taken 1922 in back garden at “Melrose”, Te Mata, Havelock North

Mary Ann is Carol’s mother, Lizzie is Mary Ann’s sister.

Cars

Cars parked in paddock by cabbage trees

Cars

Cars in Hawke’s Bay

Citroen

AWS Longley’s 6 cylinder Citroen, front wheel drive, number plate 157.269

Daimler at Waipukurau 1971

Slide caption – “Daimler at Waipukurau”

Duck Shooting

Dudley Newbigin and Jack Chambers after duck shooting at Morea, Havelock North, about 1928

East Coast Run

Eric Battershill driving car on East Coast run
The 4 passengers possibly the Speedys from Herbertville
The East Coast run was from Herbertville to Dannevirke, established by AWS Longley.

East Coast Run Hudson 1915

Hudson 6 car, 1915
Used for East Coast run
The East Coast run was from Herbertville to Dannevirke, established by AWS Longley.

East Coast Run Hudson 1915

First Hudson on Wimbledon Road, 1915
“EAST COAST” plaque across radiator
Used for East Coast run
The East Coast run was from Herbertville to Dannevirke, established by AWS Longley.

East Coast Run Hupmobile 1915

Hupmobile on East Coast run outside Wimbledon Hotel, 1914
The East Coast run was from Herbertville to Dannevirke, established by AWS Longley.
Driver with 8 or 9 passengers

Sign on Wimbledon Hotel –
“H. PATRICK
LICENSED TO SELL
WINE BEER & SPIRITS”

East Coast Run Jeffery 1915

Jeffery on the East Coast run, 1915
The East Coast run was from Herbertville to Dannevirke, established by AWS Longley.
Driver with seven passengers

East Coast Run Jeffery 1915

Jeffery on the East Coast run, 1915
The East Coast run was from Herbertville to Dannevirke, established by AWS Longley.