National Automobile Dealers Association (compiler), Chrysler Corporation (associated name)
Narrated history of the Jeep including its use by the military during World War II, post-war production by Willys, redesign in the 1960s for civilian use, purchase by the American Motors Corporation in 1970, introduction of the Jeep Cherokee in 1973, and the 1986 purchase of AMC by Chrysler. Footage compiled for NADA's documentary '100 Years of America's Auto Dealerships : The First Century' (2006)
Du Pont, Lammot, 1909-1964 (former owner), Pacific & Atlantic Photos, Inc. (photographer)
Text on verso: 'Though it was a day of hair-raising risk of life, no person was injured at the spectacular aerial circus staged over the flying field at Lakehurst, N.J. on Saturday May 31st. There was one accident. A DeHaviland plane, driven by Lieut. Robert A. Kinloch crashed when the engine of his plane began missing. The machine ws wrecked, as photo shows, but the aviator and his passenger escaped injury.'