Photographer's Note

We were originally planning to go to some outdoors art fair after lunch. However we got very cold while eating lunch. When we saw Grand Rapids Public Museum on the way to the art fair, we thought indoors would provide a more enjoyable experience. They were limiting the number of visitors, so after a brief wait at the door we were able to get in.

The first display in the museum was that of a car built locally, from April 1 1931 to February 1932. The De Vaux was an automobile produced by the De Vaux-Hall Motors Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan (and Oakland, California). The cars were powered by a flat-six engine built by the Continental Motors Company of Muskegon, Michigan. De Vaux produced 4,808 vehicles. When De Vaux-Hall announced its bankruptcy, Continental Motors Corporation bought the Michigan assets of De Vaux-Hall. The new owner renamed the company Continental-De Vaux Company. Their cars were then called Continental De Vaux (sometimes vice versa). There were few changes and only 1,358 were built. Continental came out in the 1933 model year with their own cars. After producing approximately 4,200 vehicles during the 1933 and 1934 model years, Continental gave up, as well. (Gleaned from Wikipedia)

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Make: Canon
Model: Canon PowerShot SX70 HS
Software: Adobe Photoshop 22.2 (Macintosh)
Exposure Time: 1/30
F-Stop: f/5.6
ISO Speed Ratings: 800
Focal Length: 48825/1000 mm
Date Taken: 2021-01-16 15:27
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