From the February 1937 issue of Motorcyclist Magazine 1-Opal Patrick of Kansas City, Mo.-active in club affairs and rides on all the runs. 2-A fair Kodak City Tag-along. 3-Mary Belcher, Lou Riggsby and Lenore Holloway, all of Chattanooga, Tenn., and experienced riders. 4-Fritzies Roamer’s Auxiliary. At an event, running a concession stand. 5-Janey Bryan, a beauty from the Frontier M.C. Auxiliary. 6-Vera Smith, the most active rider in the San Francisco M. C. 7-Mrs. and the young Miss “Red” Wolverton, to be seen at all eastern events. 8- Meet Mrs. Harriet Beck. 9-Kay Harris of Kodak City Tag-alongs. 10-Miss Lucy Ingraham who outrode many of the men in the Flint Hundred. 11-Phyllis Martin and friend from the Frontier M.C. Auxiliary. 12-John R. Hull sends this photo of his fiancé, Miss Fay Reynolds, of Philadelphia. 13-The boys and girls of the Fresno M.C. at Sequoia National Park. 14-Millie Ungross, another Frontier Auxiliarite, about to do the corn act. Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!