Sir Donald Cameron, Governor of Tanganyika
Sir Donald Charles Cameron (1872-1948), Governor of Tanganyika (now Tanzania), seen here at Kigoma on 8 September 1928. He served as Governor from 1925 to 1931. The car in the foreground is a Buick Tourer with right hand drive, made in London. Date: 1928
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Britains first veteran car museum
An article in The Illustrated London News, reporting on Britain's first veteran car museum, owned by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu. Exhibits include an 1898 Daimler Tourer, an 1895 Leon Bollee Tri-car, and a 1898 Benz, as well as the original silver Rolls Royce mascot the spirit of Ecstasy, and the Montagu motor car trophy. Lord Montagu is pictured waving from in his 1903 de Dion Bouton estate car, still in use as an estate car.
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Frederick Eastmead and friends in a 15/20 Sunbeam, a quality tourer fitted with fold-back hood, windscreen, lamps, horn and spare tyre.
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