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S-R Archive find of the day: Overman racing bicycle

Randy (left) and Bruce Dill, sons of Mrs. Dorothy Dill, 1216 W. College, try out an Overman racing bicycle on display at the Cheney Cowles museum, 2316 W. First, Nov. 6, 1960. The bike, built in 1886 in New England and sold new for $135, was typical of the type used in the 1880s.     (Photo Review / The Spokesman Review)
Randy (left) and Bruce Dill, sons of Mrs. Dorothy Dill, 1216 W. College, try out an Overman racing bicycle on display at the Cheney Cowles museum, 2316 W. First, Nov. 6, 1960. The bike, built in 1886 in New England and sold new for $135, was typical of the type used in the 1880s. (Photo Review / The Spokesman Review)

S-R Archive find of the day: In this 1960 photo, Randy and Bruce Dill, sons of Mrs. Dorothy Dill, 1216 W. College, try out an Overman racing bicycle on display at the Cheney Cowles museum. The bike, built in 1886 in New England and sold new for $135, was typical of the type used in the 1880s.




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