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The Babcock Electric Carriage Company was an early 20th-century United States automobile company, making electric vehicles under the Babcock brand from 1906 through 1912.

The company was founded by and named after Francis A Babcock and based in Buffalo, New York. They offered a range of electric motocars at prices ranging from $ 1,800 to $ 3,800.

In 1912 Babcock merged with the Buffalo Electric Vehicle Company.
 
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BABCOCK Electric
Buffalo, New York 1906-1912
Standard Catalog of AMERICAN CARS 1805-1942
By Beverly Rae Kimes &
Henry Austin Clark, Jr.
Krause Publications
ISBN: 0-87341-428-4
Page 92 8.5”x11”




1909 BABCOCK two-seater electric car
Babcock Electric Carriage Co
Buffalo, NY 1906-1912
THE NEW ENCYLOPEDIA OF MOTORCARS
1885 to the Present
Edited by G. N. Georgano
E. P. Dutton New York 1982
ISBN: 0-525-93254-2
Page 72 8.25”x11”




“Buy a Babcock”
VEHICLES Page 52
The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine
Vol. LX No. 2 June 1900 6.75”x10”




1903 BABCOCK Brougham Carriage
H.H. BABCOCK COMPANY
Watertown, New York
The Review of Reviews – Advertising Section
1903 Page 70 6.5”x9.75”




1906 BABCOCK Electric Car
Over-rum the boundaries of other electric vehicles
Babcock Electric Carriage Co
Buffalo, New York
EVERYBODY’S MAGAZINE 1906
Page 69 6.5”x9.75”


1906 BABCOCK Electric
Babcock Electrics
The Babcock Electric Carriage Co.
Buffalo, New York
EVERYBODY’S MAGAZINE June 1906
Page 118 6.75”x10”



1907 BABCOCK Electric Car
Best of Electrics
Babcock Electric Carriage Co
Buffalo, New York
Collier’s January 1907
9.5”x12.75”


1907 BABCOCK Electric Car
Babcock Electrics in the Public Eye
Babcock Electric Carriage Co
Buffalo, New York
MOTOR AGE February 7, 1907
8”x11.25”




1907 BABCOCK Electric Car
The Best of Electrics
Babcock Electric Carriage Co
Buffalo, New York
MOTOR AGE February 7, 1907
Page 319 8.5”x12”


1907 BABCOCK Electric Car
“When you build right, IT IS right
and works right” - BABCOCK
Babcock Electric Carriage Co
Buffalo, New York
MOTOR AGE May 23, 1907
Page 73 8.5”x12”




1908 BABCOCK Electric
Car Right Price Reasonable
Babcock Electric Carriage Co., Builders
Buffalo, N.Y.
MOTOR AGE May 7, 1908
Page 66 8.5”x11.75”


1908 BABCOCK Electric
FOR WIFE OR DAUGHTER
MOTHER OR SISTER
THE BABCOCK ELECTRIC CARRIAGE CO.
Buffalo, New York
McClure’s---The Marketplace of the World
1908 Page 68 6.75”x9.75”


1908 BABCOCK Electric Racing
Bad Turns Make Arrowhead Times Slow
THE AUTOMOBILE July 16, 1908
Page 99 8.75”x11.5”
From the University of Minnesota Library




1909 BABCOCK Electric Car
Victoria Model 6
Babcock Electric Carriage Co
Buffalo, New York
THE HORSELESS AGE January 20, 1909
Page 84 8.5”x11.75”


1907 BABCOCK Electric Car
Babcock Electric Carriage Co
Buffalo, New York
MOTOR AGE March 11, 1909
Page 84 8.5”x11.75”


1909 BABCOCK Electric
Babcock Electric Victoria Model 6
THE HORSELESS AGE January 20, 1909
Page 84 8.25”x11.5”
From the University of Minnesota Library



1910 BABCOCK Electric Car
The Car That Sells Itself
Babcock Electric Carriage Co
Buffalo, New York
THE HORSELESS AGE February 2, 1910
Page 25 8.75”x12”






1911 BABCOCK Electric Car
“When you build right, IT IS right
and works right” - Babcock
Babcock Electric Carriage Co
Buffalo, New York
MOTOR AGE April 27, 1911
Page 46 8.25”x11.75”


1911 BABCOCK Electric Article
Electric Pleasure Vehicles
THE HORSELESS AGE January 25, 1911
Page 192 8.25”x11.5”
From the University of Minnesota Library