"Sno-Plane" Sled

Designer Harold L. Van Doren American
Designer John G. Rideout American
Manufacturer The American National Company, Toledo, Ohio American

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American modern design in the 1930s and 40s, characterized as "streamlined modern" affected the redesign of all modes of transportation— automobiles, trains, airplanes—this sled, although not a usual mode of transportation, is one example of this new American design.

"Sno-Plane" Sled, Harold L. Van Doren (American, Chicago 1865–1957), Painted wood, chrome-plated and painted metal

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