Keely Motor Company

Keely Motor Company Board of Directors
Keely Motor Company Board of Directors

The Keely Motor Company was founded by John Ernst Worrell Keely and a group of businessmen in Philadelphia, 1874. The purpose was to fund Keely's research into and eventual perfection of the famous Keely Motor. Keely built, in the course of his work, over 129 models and variations of his motor. Sometime around 1889 he succeeded in making his motor run properly demonstrating a 250 hp unit designed to power a locomotive from Philadelphia to New York and back. [see also The Keely Motor Company; see also A Visit to Mr Keely - Astounding Performance of the Keely Motor]

KMC - Stock Certificate
KMC - Stock Certificate

See Also

A Visit to Mr Keely - Astounding Performance of the Keely Motor
Aerial Navigation
Affairs of the Keely Motor Company
B. L. Ackerman
Boekel Selected
Clara Sophia Jessup Bloomfield-Moore
Denies Keely was an Impostor
Disgusted Keely Motor Men
Experiments Described on His New Sympathetic Attraction
Expressing Confidence in Keelys Motor
Keely - Historical Documents
Keely and His Discoveries
Keely Chronology
Keely Motor Company
Keely Motor
Keely Spinning Motor
Keelys Mechanical Inventions and Instruments
Keelys New Company
Latent Force and Theory of Vibratory Lift for Airships
Law Suit
Letter from Charles Collier to Scientific American
Motor Keely Gets Angry
Mrs. Moore on the Keely Motor
Newton of the Mind - Keely's Air-ship Described
Moore's commitment to support Keely
The Doom of Steam
The Keely Motor Company
The Keely Motor Secret
Veil Withdrawn
Victor Hansen
Was Keely a Fraud?
Was Keely Imprisoned for stock fraud?
William Boekel
William C. Strawbridge
Collier's Letter to Scientific American
Report of Charles Collier on The Keely Motor Company
Keely Motor Company - Minority Report to Stockholders

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