• 1924 Packard sedan, parked in front of John W. Radke Funeral Home, Milwaukee, Wis.

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1924 Packard left side view, male standing at driver's door, parked in front of John W. Radke Funeral Home. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 233, second series six, 6-cylinder, 54-horsepower, 133-inch wheelbase, 7-person sedan (body type #228), 10/25/1929 J.W. Radke-Milwaukee, Wis., Model 2-33 sedan, delivered 5/31/1924, mileage 74,000, funeral service car, motor has never been overhauled.

  • 1935 Packard commercial sedans in front of William Cook Funeral Home, Baltimore, Md.

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of two 1935 Packards nine-tenths left side view, parked on city street. Inscribed on photo back: each car a 1935 Packard eight, model 1202, twelfth series, 8-cylinder, 130-horsepower, 139-inch wheelbase, 8-person commercial sedan (body type #814), two Packard fleet operated by William Cook Funeral Home, Baltimore, Md., note special order chromium-plated head lamps.

  • 1935 Packard commercial sedans outside of Schoen Mortuary, New Orleans, La.

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of four 1935 Packards lined up on street, right side views, two men in white suits exchanging paperwork, railroad tracks in foreground. Inscribed on photo back: each car a 1935 Packard eight, model 1202, twelfth series, 8-cylinder, 130-horsepower, 139-inch wheelbase, 8-person commercial sedan (body type #814), fleet of four Packards operated by Schoen Mortuary, New Orleans, La.