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  • Tote Gote


    A Tote Gote Model 780 with worm gear drive shaft The Tote Gote is an off-road motorcycle that was produced from 1958 to 1970. It was developed by Ralph Bonham.

  • Louis Paul Jonas


    African elephants in the Akeley Hall of the American Museum of Natural HistoryLouis Paul Jonas (July 17, 1894 – February 16, 1971) was an American sculptor of wildlife, taxidermist, and natural history exhibit designer. Born in Budapest, Hungary, Jonas moved to the United States at the age of 12 and went to work at his brothers' taxidermy studio, Jonas Brothers, in Denver, Co. Later he moved to New York City, where studied under Carl Akeley, a noted field naturalist, taxidermist, and animal sculptor. There, they created the African elephant group in the center of Akeley Hall at the American Museum of Natural History, in New York. Jonas opened Louis Paul Jonas Studios, Inc in Mahopac, NY, and eventually moved to Hudson, NY. The studio was known for its miniature and full size animal sculptures, taxidermy, and natural history exhibits featured in over 50 museums worldwide. The company created the first full sized dinosaur sculptures for the 1964 New York World's Fair in the "Dinoland" area, which was sponsored by the Sinclair Oil Corporation. Jonas consulted with noted paleontologists Barnum Brown, Edwin H.

  • Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company


    Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company is an American truck semi-trailer and refrigerated van manufacturing company, based in the City of Industry, Los Angeles County, California.

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