I'm not familiar with the action of this type of chuck, requiring 7 sizes for a range of drills- clearly they weren't the same as Jacobs chucks we're familiar with today. There also does not seem to be much information online about the New England company.
Frank Lockhart was an American racer who made his name at dirt track and later Indianapolis racing He also set land speed records. The 1928 streamlined car above was built for land speed records and was powered by a 16 cylinder (double in-line 8 Miller) engine. Racing on the beach at Daytona he blew a tire, crashed at over 200 mph and was killed. More here. Video here
Alec Issigonis, designer of the Mini, prepares to go on the track in 1961. He is driving the race car he designed and built in his garage between 1933 and 1938. The car was light and stiff with an aluminum/plywood body braced with a steel frame. It was powered by an Austin 750 cc engine.
The two women, Alice Burke and Nell Richardson made an "automobile suffrage circuit tour" of the USA in 1916 promoting women's rights across all the states except New England. Saxon donated the car and used the resulting publicity to promote their cars reliability and drivability.
The Hollinger Ungava Transport company was formed just after WW2to supply remote locations in Labrador where mining operations were opening up the province. Airfields were primitive (usually brand new and cut out of the woods) and the transport company used pretty much any plane they could find including this Lancaster Mk1 tanker which crashed while landing at Menihek with 3250 gallons of fuel on board. Below is the remains. The pilot escaped.