The Conklin House Bus

15conklin_gypsy-vanRoland and Mary Conklin of Huntington, N.Y., made house-car travel a family experience. Their bus factory built the Gypsy Van, shown above, and in the summer of 1915, the Conklin family set out to see America.

Photo & caption courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution,
the Huntington Historical Society (New York),
and Home on the Road: The Motor Home in America,
a book by Roger White

Found at http://www.oldwoodies.com/gallery-rv.htm

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About George Crawford

archaeologist, archer, primitive technologist, and wannabee musician ... mostly
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