|Jimmy Murphy, at the peak of his powers, and soon to be dead. This was taken the year before he died in his Miller Special.|
The Duesenberg Brothers had been early advocates of Jimmy's. After a matter of months, he had been paid to be team-driver, and then promoted to number one when Duesenberg decided to take on the great Europeans. They entered three cars in the French Grand Prix, and Jimmy was to be the point man.
|Jimmy Murphy's grave in Calvary Cemetary, East Los Angeles.|