Learning to drive backwards
|Title:||Learning to drive backwards|
Caption: "Learning to drive backwards in one of 15 stationary cars used with the Aetna Drivotrainer, a new classroom driver training device introduced Tuesday (February 24) in the New York City school system [at Brooklyn High School of Automotive Trades at Nassau Avenue and Bedford Avenue], Jane Cobb of Woodrow Wilson High School uses mirror to see highway shown on movie screen at the front of classroom the same as it would appear through the rear window of an automobile in normal driving. ..."
|Location:||Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
On verso: date stamped: Feb. 20, 1953; Brooklyn Eagle stamp.
Title from typed caption on verso.
Brooklyn High School of Automotive Trades (New York, N.Y.)
Automobile driver education
|Institution:||Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection.|
Gelatin silver prints.
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