Baldwin Automobile Manufacturing Co. (1899-1901)
|This is a Baldwin maker's nameplate (c1900) mjs|
Size: 86mm wide 35mm high
The Baldwin was built by the Slaymaker-Barry Company in Connellsville, Pennsylvania for the Baldwin Automobile Manufacturing Company. The first Baldwin steam car was on the road in 1899 and had a two-cylinder double-acting vertical engine and a simple body design with room for two passengers.