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  • 1932 Packard prototype touring sedan, left side view, top folded

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1932 Packard left side view, top folded. Inscribed on photo back: experimental, 1932 Packard eight, ninth series, model 902, 8-cylinder, 110-horsepower, 136.5-inch wheelbase, 7-person touring sedan (body type # 500), prototype; labeled model 933.

  • 1958 Packard 4-door sedan, three-quarter rear view

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1958 Packard 4-door sedan, three-quarter rear view, dual white sidewall tires, on display, sign in background reads "Mercury." Inscribed on photo back: 1958 Packard.

  • Two 1936 Packards, pictured with their owners Mr. & Mrs. Onslow Stevens

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of two 1936 Packards three-quarter front view, pictured with their owners, Mr. & Mrs. Onslow Stevens, standing at front of cars, under palm tree. Inscribed on photo back: right: 1936 Packard one twenty, model 120-B, fourteenth series, 8-cylinder, 120-horsepower, 120-inch wheelbase, 5-person touring sedan (body type # 992), or 5-person sedan (body type # 993), left: 1936 Packard eight, model 1401, fourteenth series, 8-cylinder, 130-horsepower, 134-…

  • 1958 Packard station wagon, three-quarter front left view

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1958 Packard three-quarter front left view, dual white sidewall tires, parked in driveway. Inscribed on photo back: the new 1958 Packard station wagon has a new design combining station wagon capacity with limousine luxury and riding ease, with spacious cargo dimensions, the new station wagon is mounted on a 116.5-inch wheelbase with an overall length of 206.2-inches, it is powered by a 289-cubic inch engine which generates 225-horsepower at …

  • Packard factory 1937, aerial view

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of the 1937 Packard factory, several buildings visible, surrounding neighborhood pictured as well. Inscribed on photo back: 1937 aerial view of Packard factory.

  • 1958 Packard hawk, front view, on display

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1958 Packard hawk, front view, dual white sidewall tires, "Packard" written across front above grille, on display. Inscribed on photo back: 1958 Packard.

  • 1919 Packard truck, front view, factory in background

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1919 Packard front view, license plate mounted at front # 195-200, partially enclosed front cab, enclosed rear, man on truck bed unloading large cylinder, factory in background, three men standing in right side background. Inscribed on photo back: 1919 Packard truck.

  • Packard upholstery cutting room, 1927

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of the 1927 Packard upholstery cutting room, man and woman cutting fabric for seat cushions, cars in background. Inscribed on photo back: 1927 Packard factory, several sedans in upholstery cutting room.

  • MacAuley, Alvan; President of Packard Motor Car Company. -On 25th Anniversary with Packard

    Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University

  • 1932 Packard prototype sedan, left side view

    7.5x9.5 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1932 Packard left side view. Inscribed on photo back: experimental, 1932 Packard eight, ninth series, model 902, 8-cylinder, 110-horsepower, 136.5-inch wheelbase, 7-person sedan (body type # 504), prototype; labeled model 933, note; radiator shell.

  • 1925-26 Packard Goddess of Speed hood ornament, right rear view

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1925-26 Packard Goddess of Speed, hood ornament, right nine-tenths rear view, "Packard" written at base.

  • 1932 Packard prototype sedan limousine, view of rear interior from right

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1932 Packard view of rear interior from right. Inscribed on photo back: experimental, 1932 Packard eight, ninth series, model 902, 8-cylinder, 110-horsepower, 136.5-inch wheelbase, 7-person sedan limousine (body type #505), prototype; labeled model 933, left auxiliary seat open, note: production style door pocket.

  • 1932 Packard prototype sedan, three-quarter right front view, light in color

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1932 Packard three-quarter right front view. Inscribed on photo back: 1932 Packard light eight, ninth series, model 900, 8-cylinder, 110-horsepower, 127.75-inch wheelbase, 5-person sedan (body type # 553), prototype (light colored), note head lamp brackets, missing knob on cowl vent door, metal spring covers, experimental lateral ribs on rubber running board cover, metal sheathing on springs.

  • Clifford Walker, governor of Georgia, next to his 1927 Packard phaeton

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1927 Packard right side view, top raised, Governor Clifford Walker of Georgia standing at passenger door. Inscribed on photo back: 1927 Packard 426, fourth series six, 6-cylinder, 81-horsepower, 126-inch wheelbase, phaeton (body type # 301). Original photo by Lane Bros., Atlanta, Ga.

  • Actress Leatrice Joy standing at front fender of 1925-26 Packard runabout

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1925-26 Packard front view, parked on road, woman standing by front driver side tire. Inscribed on photo back: 1925-26 Packard 326, third series six, 6-cylinder, 60-horsepower, 126-inch wheelbase, 2/4-person runabout (body type # 223), scene in playlet of "Serving Susan" enacted for the summer 1926 Packard Magazine, by Leatrice Joy, movie star.

  • 1917 Packard dump truck, three-quarter front view, dumping out a load of bricks

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1917 Packard three-quarter front view, dumping out a load of bricks, man behind wheel, two men standing at rear of truck, slogan on radiator reads "Save a Freight car for Uncle Sam." Inscribed on photo back: 1917 Packard truck, World War I era (note radiator slogan), model E, 66.5-ton, heavy duty truck chassis, with special dump truck body.

  • 1958 Packard hawk, three-quarter front view

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1958 Packard three-quarter front view. Inscribed on photo back: 1958 Packard hawk, fifty-eighth series, model 58-L, 8-cylinder, 275-horsepower (289-cubic inch), 120-inch wheelbase, (2-door) 6-person hardtop (body type K-9), V-8 supercharged 289-cubic inch engine generating 275-horsepower with luxury leather interior.

  • An early 1900s Packard truck, left side view, parked on street houses in background, man behind wheel

    7.25x9.25 black and white sepia-toned Packard Co. file photograph of an early 1900s Packard truck, left side view, has roof for drivers cab, reads "Packard" on side of hood, back empty, side of truck reads "The Quaker Oats Company" with drawing of the Quaker Oats mascot, parked on street houses in background, man behind wheel.

  • 1950 salon showing in Philadelphia of three 1950 Packards and a bare chassis

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of three 1950 Packards on display in a salon showing, all cars have dual white sidewall tires, two cars in center are 2-door sedans, right is a 4-door sedan, left is a bar chassis. Inscribed on photo back: Philadelphia salon showing, September 29, 1950.

  • 1917 Packard truck, nine-tenths right side view, parked on street

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1917 Packard nine-tenths right side view, partially enclosed front cab, parked on street, side reads "Inter-City Trucking Service Detroit-Flint Intermediate Points," slogan on radiator reads "Save a Freight Car for Uncle Sam." Inscribed on photo back: 1917 Packard truck, World War I era (note radiator slogan), model E, long wheelbase truck chassis.