|From the Era, but not Miss Mary McQuerry|
|From the era but not Mary|
1913 Indian 61 Twin
(We don't know what Mary Drove to Chilhowee
But it would have been similar to this)
|Miss Mary McQueery Taught School in the Building with the Bell Tower|
Chilhowee, MO taken about c. 1910.
She rode her motorcycle from Warrensburg everyday.
Chilhowee, MO Public School in the background, 1907
The 1913 Indian Twin is a three speed vehicle that boasts a V-twin engine as the driving force behind the Indian Twin and it is quite sturdy and dependable, especially in its restored state. The Indian twin has other notable parts and features such as a hedstrom carburettor, a streamlined gas tank, a dual clutch control system that can be controlled via a lever or foot pedal, large frontal and rear wheels, a leaf-spring suspension system for both the front and rear of the vehicle, an inconspicuous electrical system for the lights, and most important feature (in our opinion) the look of the bike itself.
1913 Motorcyclists posing in front of Parson's Motorcycle Shop located at 146 S. Glassell St in Plaza Square. 12 motorcycles and their riders are lined up in a group portrait along the street. Orange County, California