They knew they were witnessing automotive history.” Dave Brownell
“In the end, all of A.K.’s buying and selling and chasing of Stutz automobiles came down to a no reserve public auction conducted on site by Christie’s.
As word spread among collectors, the village besieged by thousands of the serious and the curious who trampled through Miller’s property on the days of the preview and sale. Every one had their own reason for being there but there was an intimate understanding that they were witnessing the scattering of one of the great surviving collections of high quality barn fresh automobiles-cars as fantastic as the character who brought them together in East Orange, Vermont.
Wheels of Progress Published March 21, 2015
Landscape Photographs by Nicholas Whitman Published August 22, 2014
Squares from Nature Published June 12, 2013
After SPRAGUE ELECTRIC / Before MASS MoCA Published May 10, 2013