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Father and son: Sir Malcolm and Donald


From The Autocar, March 15, 1935

See the entire article.


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Believed to be a 1930's participant's badge for a London exhibition. If anyone can confirm the date or place or provide any other details, please write:



From the collection of Jason Ferns


For many years, this framed souvenir was displayed at the Daytona Beach Rotary Club. The center photo is autographed by Sir Malcolm. Both photographs are by R. H. LeSesne, who has signed them. As explained in the lower left box, the flags were carried aboard Bluebird (in the seat!) when Campbell set a record of 276.816 miles per hour on March 7, 1935.
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Souvenir pin, Daytona Beach, 1935. The actual diameter of the pin is 1.25 inches.
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Sir Malcolm and the authorities.


From the collection of Jason Ferns
The unveiling.
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From "Sir Malcolm Campbell's Book of Famous Motorists"
Daytona Beach, 1935
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Acme Photo
Campbell explaining how the Daytona Beach course damaged his tires during speed trials in March, 1935.










With Leo Villa, his longtime mechanic.
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©2004, Roaring Brook Photos
With Lady Campbell, March 7, 1935
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From the collection of Jason Ferns


From the collection of Jason Ferns
From The Motor, March 12, 1935






From The Literary Digest, March 16, 1935

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He liked that ship. Below, from 1932:

From The New York Times

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