Horace King (left) and H. H. Seeley(right)


Horace King (left) and H. H. Seeley(right)

Auto products sales manager Horace King and UM School of Engineering professor H. H. Seeley were the first to invent a dashboard-mounted gasoline gauge for cars. With another UM faculty member, John Airey, as manager, the company started up in 1922.


People: Halstead Harley Seeley, Horace W. King

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