The early automobiles on the Coast often didn’t mix with horses, but later horses became more rare than cars. This undated photo from the L.J. “Joe” Scholtes Collection identifies the two young women as Alma Parker and Phyllis Hunt and Joe Morse on the horse.
The early automobiles on the Coast often didn’t mix with horses, but later horses became more rare than cars. This undated photo from the L.J. “Joe” Scholtes Collection identifies the two young women as Alma Parker and Phyllis Hunt and Joe Morse on the horse. The L.J. ‘Joe’ Scholtes Collection/Southern Possum Tales
The early automobiles on the Coast often didn’t mix with horses, but later horses became more rare than cars. This undated photo from the L.J. “Joe” Scholtes Collection identifies the two young women as Alma Parker and Phyllis Hunt and Joe Morse on the horse. The L.J. ‘Joe’ Scholtes Collection/Southern Possum Tales

First Coast automobile crashed onto the scene 116 years ago

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