With kind thanks to Justin McCutcheon for bringing this to my attention,
Previously I'd posted a link to the David Friedman Collection maintained by the Benson Ford Research Center at The Henry Ford. Then it had just been launched, with but a rudimentary taste afforded concerning just what might be sampled - presumably on-site or via correspondence with archivists on the scene. The later is still very much possible of course, but I didn't monitor matters to fully understand and/or appreciate how much is now simply up and accessible for little effort made. Now a very enviable and powerful resource - a very mature and web-friendly archive waiting for you to inspect in detail. Do see:http://www.flickr.com/photos/thehenryford/collections/72157628488413505/
P.S. Afford them feedback consistent with correcting errors of classification and identification made to help sort matters out. As this was written, the '69 Mission Bell 250 file was actually from '68. Also say THANK YOU!
Fantastic photos, I found a couple of my Kurtis 500S that I have never seen before from Riverside. A good use of 2 hours...thank you!