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Anderson Cart

An Anderson Cart in Limerick, Saskatchewan, 1933.
Courtesy of Garrett Wilson, Regina, Saskatchewan.

Similar in design to a BENNETT BUGGY, an Anderson Cart included a seat over the front axel of an automobile in place of an engine. The conveyance was derisively named after J.T.M. Anderson, Premier of Saskatchewan from 1929 to 1934.

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