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The Henley Rollabout


M.C. Henley & Son patented a vehicle in 1938. A kind of scooter, their "Henley Rollabout" carried oversize, spoked wheels at each of four corners. The makers believed that the addition of a pivoting mechanixm for each axle helped the vehicle keep stable. An advertising brochure described the vehicle's many attributes.

  • Manufacturer: M.C. Henley & Son
  • Material: printed paper
  • Origin: Richmond, IN
  • Object ID: 112.2250
  • Credit Line: Gift of Diane Olin in memory of Stephen Olin
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