Gahagan did not keep for long the vintage Mors tourer reported on in our May issue; he sold it to Colin Crabbe. A reader is researching the story of the 1913 Lambert Brooklands Talbot and the story of the Lambert brothers as racing drivers. He has traced the sole surviving sister of Percy Lambert, aged 97½, and his niece but believes that G. W. A. Brown, who designed the 100-in-the-hour car disappeared to darkest Africa, nor has he been able to tract H. G. Day or his son, L. Hands, G. P. Mills or S. T. Robinson. He would like to hear from anyone with Clement-Talbot contacts or who worked on the Lambert car and wants to borrow a souvenir book to photostat. Letters can be forwarded. The first 1969 issue of Autohistorica, official journal of the Automobilhistoriska Klubben of Stockholm has on the cover a picture which shows someone ice racing in a formidable Edwardian Vivinus tourer, the streamlining of which has been improved by adding a vee-shaped sheet of metal before the radiator. Inside there are contemporary pictures of an Amsterdam-Paris-Amsterdam Gregoire, 1908 Cudell, Edwardian motor-boating, a story on the single-cylinder Hanomag with its square cylinder jacket like that one of the first diesel engines to be installed in a car (Vulcan) chassis, and a well-illustrated history of the Indian motorcycle by Mehis Tandre, etc.