1908 Elmore Model 40
1908 Elmore at Crawford museum in Cleveland

Elmore Manufacturing Company was a manufacturer of veteran and brass era automobiles and bicycles (1893–97), headquartered at 504 Amanda Street, Clyde, Ohio, from 1893 until 1912.

- Elmore Manufacturing Company

Early in the 20th Century, Clyde joined the automobile revolution, hosting the pioneering brass era company, Elmore Manufacturing Company.

- Clyde, Ohio

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1905 Jackson Model C

Brass Era car

American term for the early period of automotive manufacturing, named for the prominent brass fittings used during this time for such things as lights and radiators.

American term for the early period of automotive manufacturing, named for the prominent brass fittings used during this time for such things as lights and radiators.

1905 Jackson Model C
A Royal Tourist model US Army vehicle, circa 1906. The vehicle was the conveyance of General Frederick Funston (leftmost figure in the back seat).
A 1911 K-R-I-T advertisement
A Stanley Steamer racecar in 1903; in 1906, a similar Stanley Rocket set the world land speed record at 205.5 km/h (127.6 mi/h) at Daytona Beach Road Course.

Elmore Manufacturing Company (Clyde, Ohio)

A Clydesdale truck in Montreal c. 1920

Clydesdale Motor Truck Company

A Clydesdale truck in Montreal c. 1920
Clydesdale advertisement in Orchard and Farm, 1920

The Clydesdale Motor Truck Company was a motor company that existed from 1917 to 1939 with headquarters in Clyde, Ohio.

Krebs first became involved with motor vehicles at the Elmore Manufacturing Company.