|Object Name||Drawing, Technical|
|Title||Six Cylinder Single Sleeve Argyll|
|Scope & Content||One drawing entitled "Six Cylinder Single Sleeve Argyll." The drawing consists of black pencil on vellum paper and shows top, side, and front end views of a proposed 2-passenger automobile. Various internal and exterior details are shown including the body, frame, suspension, wheels, rear transaxle housing, steering column and wheel, and seats. Handwritten text beneath the drawing shows "Designed by James Scripps Booth - Detroit - May 9-19, 1924." Additional handwritten text in the lower right corner shows "Designed during discussion with Mr. W. R. Wilson; Reversion to Pasadena ideas of what da Vinci should be" and is signed "Detroit, JSB [James Scripps Booth]."|
Booth, James Scripps
|Extent of Description||
36.125" x 20.5"
Single Sleeve Argyll