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The Neustadt Automobile & Supply Company of St. Louis provided parts and supplies for a large variety of early automobiles, including steam cars.

This company made a variety of cars with gasoline and steam engines. The steamers were made from 1902 1905 only, and were powered by 10 hp 2-cylinder vertical engines mounted under the rear seat and driven by single chain.[1]

As late as 1905, the Company's advertising mentioned steam car parts, but apparently not thereafter. As late as 1911, the Company was still promoting its goods. The Company's prodigious catalogues may have carried steam car parts, but not its media advertising.

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Neustadt-Perry 1901 - 1903

Neustdt-Perry Company, St. Louis, MO, Magazine Advertisment, Motor World, September 11, 1902

Motor World carried this Neustadt-Perry Company advertisement on September 11, 1902, page 720.

Neustadt-Perry Company, The Automoblie, January 24, 1903, p. 26. Conde Collection.

The Automoblie, January 24, 1903, p. 26. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt-Perry Company, Scientific American, March 14, 1903, Conde Collection.

The Scientific American of March 14, 1903 carried this small Neustadt-Perry Company advertisement. It offered both gasoline and steam car parts. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt-Perry Company, American Magazine, April 1903, Conde Collection.

The American Magazine of April 1903 carried this small Neustadt-Perry Company advertisement. It offered both gasoline and steam car parts. It appeared as early as January 7, 1903 and ran on March 14 and 28, and May 5 and 23, 1903. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt-Perry Company, Floyd Clymer, 1903, Photocopy, Conde Collection.

Floyd Clymer copied this "Neustadt-Perry Combination Car" information from an unknown publication and dated it 1903. Photocopy. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt-Perry Company, 1893, Conde Photograph, Front, Conde Collection.

John Conde copied this image of a Neustatd-Perry automobile and dated it 1903. It is identical to the image Floyd Clymer reproduced. On the reverse (below), Conde requested credit for the image. John A. Conde Collection.

fNeustadt-Perry Company, 1903, Conde Photograph, Reverse, Conde Collection.utomobile_and_supply_company/websized/neustadt_perry_company_1903_unknown_source_john_conde_photograph_reverse_conde_collection.png Neustadt=Perry Company, St. Louis, MO, September 4, 1903 Letter, A. W. Barton, p. 1 Neustadt=Perry Company, St. Louis, MO, September 4, 1903 Letter, A. W. Barton, p. 2

In September 1903, the Neustadt=Perry Company's letterhead listed that "We will supply all the parts necessary to buile Steam or Gasoline vehicles." However its illustrations show a gasoline engine.

J. H. Neustadt Company 1904 - 1905

J. H. Neustadt Company, April 1904, Motor Age, Photocopy, Conde Collection.

This is the J. H. Neustadt Company's April 1904 Motor Age advertisement. Photocopy. John A. Conde Collection. Below is an undated original.

J. H. Neustadt Company 1904 Magazine advertisement, Motor Age, page 41.

J. H. Neustadt Company, July 9, 1904, The Automobile, Photocopy, Conde Collection.

On July 9, 1904, J. H. Neustadt Company placed this small advertisement in The Automobile. Photocopy. John A. Conde Collection.

J. H. Neustadt Company, August 17, 1904, Automobile Review, Conde Collection.

J. H. Neustadt Company placed this advertisement in the August 27, 1904 advertisement in Automobile Review, page 211. John A. Conde Collection.

J. H. Neustadt Company, January 25, 1905, Scientific American, Conde Collection.

J. H. Neustadt Company, January 25, 1905, Scientific American magazine advertisement. John A. Conde Collection.

J. H. Neustadt Company, March 15, 1905, Horseless Age, Conde Collection.

As late as March 15, 1905, J. H. Neustadt Company was promoting its steam car parts in Horseless Age. It appeared as early as January 28, 1905. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company 1906

Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company, June 1907, Motor Field, Conde Collection.

"Everything for the Automobile" proclaimed Neustatd's June 1907 advertisement in Motor Field. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company, November 1907, Cycle And Automobile Trade Journal, P. 39, Conde Collection.

Neustadt's November 1907 advertisement in Cycle And Automobile Trade Journal, page 39, promoted its gasoline automobiles and parts. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt Automobile & Supply Company, St. Louis, MO Advertising Cover, April 1, 1908 Neustadt Automobile & Supply Company, St. Louis, MO Advertising Cover, April 1, 1908

This Neustadt Automobile and SUpply Company advertising cover is dated April 1, 1908.

Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company, April 25, 1908, Scientific American, Conde Collection.

The Scientific American of April 25, 1908 carried this small Neustadt advertisement promoting the Company's 200 page catalogue. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company, May 9, 1908, Scientific American, Conde Collection.

The Scientific American of May 9, 1908 carried this small Neustadt advertisement promoting the Company's 200 page catalogue. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company, November 1908, The Automobile, P. 659, photocopy, Conde Collection.

In November 1908, J. H. Neustadt retired from his automobile and supply company, having sold out to other interests, according to The Automobile, p. 659. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company, July 22, 1909, Conde Collection.

This Neustadt advertisement appeared on July 22, 1909 in an unidentified magazine. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company, February 2, 1910, Motor Age, Conde Collection.

Motor Age carried the Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company's advertisement in its February 2, 1910 issue. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company, August 10, 1910, Horseless Age, Vol. 26, No. 6, Conde Collection.

In August 10, 1910, the Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company advertised in Horseless Age, Vol. 26, No. 6. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company, September 7, 1911, Scientific American, Conde Collection.

As late as September 7, 1911, The Newstadt Automobiel and Supply Company was advertising in Scientific American. John A. Conde Collection.

Neustadt Automobile and Supply Company, John A. Conde File Folder, Conde Collection.

John Conde's Neustadt-Perry Company File Folder. John A. Conde Collection.

[1]Georgano, G. N., Encyclopedia of American Automobiles, (New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., 1968), p. 142. Georgano believed that Neustadt ceased steam car efforts in 1903, but one 1905 Neustadt advertisement still mentions steam.

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