So, the truck was invented.
I came across your blog and thought you might have some suggestions.
Ed, I just acquired a 1919 Autocar truck see attached , which was used as a meat delivery truck into the 1930's in Long Beach, California.
And remember the old saying uttered by that old-time truck driver, Elmer Sniggledorf.
Surviving members of the crew aboard the ill-fated German zeppelin Hindenburg are photographed at the Naval Air station in Lakehurst, New Jersey, on May 7, 1937.
Man saw that the motor car was a great asset to him for basic transportation.
The photos on your blog are great -- the 1920 Overman Cushion Tire Co.
And we need to remember that the trucks are still rolling and when you put that bite of food in your mouth, it's the truckers of America that made it possible.