Shown at the right, the Duryea vehicle following the recent restoration (Smithsonian photo 34183).
Ricketts came up on the left with Duryea's and Christian's brigades.
"Listen, Arthur," the elder Duryea went on quickly, his voice low with the pain it gave him.
Duryea came swiftly into the room and pinned Arthur's arms in his grasp.
Could it have been with the purpose of ridding herself of the assiduities of Mr. Duryea?
Mrs. Duryea exclaimed as she allowed herself to be assisted into the garment.
Mrs. Duryea fairly beamed as she strutted up and down the store.
It was an internal-cut gear, according to Duryea's description, with sprocket teeth on its periphery.
Also she may have mentioned that book, Vampyrs, which a former Duryea is supposed to have written.
But to the younger Duryea, in his intense effort to forget the awful past, her name as well as her madness must be forgotten.