28 thoughts on “President Harding Tours Alaska in a Specially Adapted Car

  1. @Smithsonian Channel, will the Battle of the Little Bighorn program be uploaded to YouTube, either in small parts or in whole? Also, will there be a DVD of the program? I am a History Buff and would like to have it on DVD for when I travel.

  2. I don't think that gold spike survived the hammering into the rail. Way too soft. Wonder whatever happened to it afterward?

  3. I don't know where they got their facts from but that looks mighty like a four door sedan not a roadster being used on the rails.

  4. Unless ‘Roadster’ was the model name, that car on the rails was NOT a roadster and I expect better from Smithsonian. A ‘roadster’ is a 2 door convertible body style, sometimes with a rumble seat. The car shown was a 4 door sedan, most likely a Dodge Brothers (pre- “Dodge”) Series 116 Sedan. C’mon Smithsonian, don’t let millennials write your scripts!

  5. I wonder why he couldn't swing that hammer like man being an old timer who had to have been born somewhere around 1850. Maybe polititians have always been like that cause they're all kind of like that. You know what I mean? Like he never worked before in his life.

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