Exhibits Include:
Steam Cars (1905, 1909, 1910, 1916)
Air-Brush Portraits
Paintings - Violins
Photographs - Chansonetta


The Stanley Museum
40 School Street
P.O. Box 77
Kingfield, Maine 04947
Tel: (207) 265-2729
Fax (207) 265-4700
E-mail: Maine@StanleyMuseum.org

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The Stanley Twins in the first Stanley steam car

The Stanley Steamer
America's Legendary Steam Car

by Kit Foster
Forward by Beverly Rae Kimes


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Member Sites

Jay Leno’s Garage: www.jaylenosgarage.com

Kit Foster’s Carport: www.kitfoster.com

Donald Hoke: www.stanleysteameronline.com

Robert Wilhelm: www.stanleymotorcarriage.com

Tom Dawson: www.stanleysteamcars.com
LINKS - Steam related
1909 Stanley Model R on the wire bridge
Green Grand Prix Welcome to the official Green Grand Prix Web Site: The Green Grand Prix is an educational and competitive event in Watkins Glen, NY including the only official SCCA Time-Speed-Distance Road Rally for hybrid and Alternate Fuel Vehicles in North America.

Steam Car Club
(based in the UK)

The Steam Car Club caters for owners of steam cars, old and new, and steam cycles. But you do not have to own a steam car or cycle. Perhaps you want one, or are just interested in these vehicles or in their further developments.
This is the web site of the Marshall Steam Team in Yorklyn, Delaware and is a technically oriented site dedicated to the operation and technical aspects of the Stanley. It includes information on the Marshall Museum of Stanley Steam Cars which is considered by many to be the most definitive collection of operating Stanley steam cars worldwide.
John Woodson's site may well be the largest steam site on the web. With hundreds of photos and information on upcoming events, it's well worth visiting.
John Walton's site features excerpts from Light Steam Power which he published until the late 1980's and offers catalogue reproductions and dimensioned drawings for purchase.
Don and Carolyn Hoke, successors to Art Hart, offer fine reproductions and machine work for early steam powered automobiles.
With the help of Nick Howell and the White Registry, a list of known White Steamer owners and related info has been compiled and is now posted on this website.
You'll find this site very useful!  A tremendous number of links and great information.
A not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of steam automobiles.
Includes a "build a steam car from scratch" project.
In celebration of National Engineers Week's 50th anniversary NSPE (National Society of Professional Engineers) and E-Week have launched a unique travel guide that highlights engineering achievements across the country (including the Stanley Steamer!).
One of the best antique brass car collections in the world. The collection includes over 100 rare and beautiful automobiles, and over 30 antique motorcycles.
A one-stop source of info for steam enthusiasts. It includes restoration articles, engine features, forthcoming events, an on-line Burrell pattern shop, steam societies, steam items for sale or wanted, plus lots more.
The Birthplace of Speed Centennial Celebration commemorated the rich history of auto racing on March 26–28, 2003 – marking the 100th anniversary of the first sanctioned timed trials of automobile races on the sands of Ormond Beach. This site continues to be updated with pictures and news.
LINKS - Other
The Lula W. Dorsey Museum is located at the YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park Center.

Maine Memory Network

The Maine Memory Network is a statewide database of electronic versions of Maine's Historical Documents, contributed by cultural institutions from around the state, from their own locations. The Stanley Museum has contributed many images from its extensive archives and continues to do so.

Smithsonian Institution's General Information on Obtaining Authentication and Appraisal of Violins

The Smithsonian Institution has compiled a selected bibliography of books related to violins and has a link to the American Federation of Violin and Bow Makers where contact information can be obtained for members in your area.
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