My wife's grandfather Len Glass, at left, is pictured with his brother Norm, the family dog, and Len's wife Elsie, behind the wheel of their 1915 Jackson Olympic "46", a 4cylinder model costing $1,395. The Olympic was built in Jackson, Michigan and boasted an immense fund of reserve power that made 'No hill too steep - no sand too deep'. When the seasons changed and snow was the order of the day, the Jackson was put away and out came the one-horse open sleigh with jingle bells (below). Len Glass is pictured standing while his brother Ernest and sister Margaret are ready for a ride.
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