MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Harley-Davidson Museum is showcasing dozens of recently discovered company photos from early in the 20th century.
The 59 photos are from a collection of more than 400 glass plate negatives that were found last year in storage at the Milwaukee County Historical Society.
They include employee portraits, staged images for marketing materials and photos of the 1916 Harley-Davidson racing team. It's the first time they've been featured in an exhibition.
Several of the photos are believed to represent some of the earliest techniques of capturing moving imagery.
"Exposed! Harley-Davidson's Lost Photographs, 1915-1916" runs through Jan. 1.
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