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Kelsey Hayes Wire Wheels

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  • Wire wheels made their appearance almost at the same time as the wooden so-called “artillery” wheel but they were an expensive option; hub and rim were connected with cross-laced steel spokes; after the war the wire wheel made a comeback on the 1953 Eldorado model [532 built]; these wheels were
  • The rims of wire wheels (or “wire spoked wheels”) are connected to their hubs by wire spokes. Although these wires are generally stiffer than a typical wire rope, they function mechanically the same as tensioned flexible wires, keeping the rim true while supporting applied loads.
  • (Wire Wheel) Cleans rust off old bolts and then throws them somewhere under the workbench with the speed of light. Also removes fingerprint whorls and hard-earned guitar callouses in about the time it takes you to say, “Django Reinhardt”.
  • A wheel on a car, esp. a sports car, having narrow metal spokes


  • “Kelsey” is a song by pop rock group Metro Station released as the first single from their self-titled debut album. It was re-released after the success of “Shake It” and “Seventeen Forever” on March 17, 2009.
  • Kelsey was a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, centered on the town of Hudson Bay. The district was named after 17th century explorer Henry Kelsey.
  • Kelsey is an English surname and originated from an Old English place name in Lincolnshire, England. The place name derived from words meaning “Ceol’s island.” (Mills 1991). In modern times Kelsey has also become a given name for boys and girls in English-speaking countries.


  • 19th President of the United States; his administration removed federal troops from the South and so ended the Reconstruction Period (1822-1893)
  • acclaimed actress of stage and screen (1900-1993)
  • Helen (1900–1993) US actress; born Helen Hayes Brown; known as the first lady of the American theater. Her Broadway career spanned seven decades and included Tony-winning roles in Happy Birthday (1946) and Time Remembered (1957). She also appeared in movies such as The Sin of Madelon Claudet (Academy Award, 1932) and Airport (Academy Award, 1970)
  • King Kong is a franchise based on the story of King Kong, an enormous fictional ape living on an island in the Indian Ocean that is taken to New York City and climbs the Empire State Building before being killed by airplane fire.

kelsey hayes wire wheels

kelsey hayes wire wheels – Methods in

Methods in Observational Epidemiology
Methods in Observational Epidemiology
Providing a comprehensive picture of the design, conduct, analysis, and interpretation of non-experimental studies of both infectious and non-infectious diseases, the Second Edition of this widely used text has been thoroughly updated to take into account the numerous developments in epidemiology over the past decade. Since the first edition was published in 1986, additional sources of data have become available through the increasing use of computerized records for health-related purposes. Also, a better understanding of the uses and limitations of certain epidemiologic concepts has been gained. Modifications of traditional study designs, including nested case-control studies and case-cohort studies, are now more frequently employed. Biological markers of exposure, disease susceptibility, and disease itself are used in many studies and methods of statistical analysis have been further developed. All of these developments have been considered in writing the Second Edition.
The authors cover the full scope of observational studies, describing in detail cohort studies, case-control studies, cross-sectional studies, and epidemic investigation. The use of statistical procedures is described in easy-to-understand terms. Sample size estimation, sampling, measurement, and measurement error are fully discussed. Each chapter in the second edition has been updated and several chapters have been expanded. Chapter 3, which summarizes sources of data on disease occurrence, includes several additional sources of data. Chapter 5, which describes modifications of traditional study designs, now contains nested case-control and case-cohort studies. Chapter 15, on other types of measurement, has been expanded to include sections on measurement in epidemiologic studies of the elderly and on biological markers since these have become major areas of epidemiologic research in recent years. Much of the material in Chapters 6, 7, and 9 on the analysis of data from epidemiologic studies is also new to this edition.
Perhaps the greatest challenge for the authors in writing this Second Edition was to make some of the modern, frequently used methods of statistical analysis understandable to readers with a limited mathematical or statistical background. Although this book is intended for readers who have had introductory courses in epidemiology and biostatistics, even readers who do not fully comprehend the theory behind some of the techniques should understand the rationale for their use and be able to interpret results when they appear on a computer printout or in the literature. The Second Edition of this widely used text will serve as a practical resource for students and practitioners of epidemiology, public health and biostatistics.

1957 Thunderbird Convertible

1957 Thunderbird Convertible
The top image came from the net. The bottom is the car combined with a shot I took in Placerville Idaho a couple of years back. I had to tweak the car a bit, added the grass reflection in the side and in the bumpers. also the reflection of the attick window in the hood. Then added the Idaho 57 plate on the front.


A classic Kelsey-Hayes wire wheel from a V8 Ford. It hangs on the wall at Ambler’s and has the air hose wrapped around it.

kelsey hayes wire wheels

Hiking and Exploring the Paria River, 5th Edition
The Paria River begins at Bryce Canyon National Park and nearby high plateaus, and flows almost due south across the Utah-Arizona state line ending at the Colorado River and Lee’s Ferry. After the Grand Canyon, Zion Narrows and the Escalante River system, this river basin has more visitors than any other canyon drainage on the Colorado Plateau. If you like narrow canyons, including the single best slot canyon in the world (the Buckskin Gulch), this is the place for you. You can take day-hikes in some of the shorter tributaries, or go on a week-long marathon walk in the lower end of the Paria Canyon. The northern half of the area covered by this book is now included in the western part of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.