If not for the Chicago World’s Fair 125 years ago, the U.S. may not have become an auto building powerhouse – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

Daniel takes a look back at the 1893 World’s Fair and the impact it had on the auto industry.


Henry Ford, Charles Brady King, Elwood Haynes and the Duryea Brothers were amongst those influenced by the technology on display.

Daimler’s display had a far reaching effect on the US auto industry

Categories: 1893 Chicago Worlds Fair, Daimler, Daniel Strohl, Duryea Brothers, Elwood Haynes, Hemmings, Henry Ford

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