Vice President Dawes presents silver trophy to British Army Officer for establishing new racing automobile record. Capt Malcom Campbell who established a new world's automobile racing record when he drove his Napier Bluebird Special at the rate of 205.9 miles today in Florida recently, received the Daytona Beach silver trophy for his daring feat from Vice President Charles G. Dawes at the Capitol in Washington today. In the photograph, left to right: United States Senator Duncan U. Fletcher of Florida; Capt. Campbell holding the cup; Sir Esme Howard, British Ambassador; Vice President Dawes; and Eugene Pullian, publisher of Daytona Beach Journal
Glass negatives of cars and trucks of 1910-1930
Harris & Ewing, photographer
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