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The lists below contain groups of items that need more information and identification. Use the "Flag correction to this item" feature on an item page to submit suggestions and corrections to the Revs curators.

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The Alfred Cosentino Photograph Collection contains 2,408 images, many of which are behind the scenes looks at the Italian Abarth factory in the 1960s and 1970s. If you are knowledgeable about this marque or time period, we welcome your knowledge, please take a look and flag away!

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The Robert Canaan Photograph Collection contains images taken by motor sports photographer Robert Canaan from 1949 through 1955, of the California sports car racing and hot rod scenes. Some of the images need additional identification and description, so please feel free to flag the images and contribute your valuable information!

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The Tom Burnside Photograph Collection consists of about 45,000 negatives and transparencies of racing events such as 12 Hours of Sebring, Cuban Grand Prix, Venezuelan Grand Prix, Bahamas Speed Week, SCCA National Championship Races, and more. He captured many portraits of prominent racing personalities such as Phil Hill, Carroll Shelby, Alfonso de Portago, Stirling Moss, and Juan Manuel Fangio, among others. Many of the photographs in this collection were taken during the 1950s and 1960s. Tom Burnside is a professional photographer who captured motorsports throughout his career. From 1954 to 1969, he photographed the emerging U.S. sports car racing scene, first at private courses on regular roads and airports, then at East Coast circuits, such as Watkins Glen and Bridgehampton. One of the features of his work is his fascination with the challenge of depicting speed on film. Many images in this collection feature his trademark "panning" technique.