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|Pickering Wind Tricycle|
|Art - Design|
Pickering Wind Tricycle
Gelatin silver print
6.5" x 7.5"
National Air and Space Museum,
National Air and Space Museum Archives
Accession no. 85-10832
Unidentified man wearing overalls and cycling cap poses as if riding a Pickering Wind Tricycle along a dirt track, probably a racetrack. The apparatus was built by William H. Pickering, of Boston, Massachusetts.
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