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  • 1905 Packard truck, right side view, parked on road

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1905 Packard right side view, parked on road, side and front reads "G & H Mining Company." Inscribed on photo back: 1905 Packard truck, model TA, 2-cylinder, 14-horsepower, 94-inch wheelbase, for G & H Mining Co.

  • 1915 Packard truck, right side view, parked on street, man behind wheel

    6.5x8.5 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1915 Packard right side view, partially enclosed front cab, man behind wheel, sign on flat bed reads "Made in Detroit for Detroit, chassis,- Packard Motor Car co. body,- Motor Truck Body Co.," parked in street. Inscribed on photo back: 1915 Packard motor truck, Proctor Keefe Body Co.

  • 1917-18 Packard dump truck, left side view, hauling a load of dirt

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1917-18 Packard left side view, hauling a load of dirt, man behind wheel, side reads "W.T. Flannery Trucks for Hire 6902-12 4th Ave. Brooklyn, N.Y. Tel: Bay Ridge," slogan on radiator reads "Save a Freight Car for Uncle Sam." Inscribed on photo back: 1917-18 Packard truck, World War I era (note radiator slogan), model E, 66.5-ton, heavy duty truck chassis, with special dump truck body.

  • 1948-49 Packard front end assembly

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of 1948-49 Packard front end assembly on line, three African American workers pictured. Inscribed on photo back: Packard Motor Car Co. production; front end assembly, 1948-49 Packards twenty-second series.

  • Packard factory parking yard full of models

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of the Packard factory parking yard, early 1900s, several different models of Packards lining the street behind and along side yard, two factories with "Packard" sign in background, building in right background reads "Many new beautiful and luxurious models, The Packard SK, in name and therefore Packard in quality, ask the man who owns one," photo taken during summer on a cloudy day. Inscribed on photo back: Packard, factory buildings, parking yar…

  • Aerial view of the Packard proving grounds

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of the Packard proving grounds, aerial view, test tracks and speedway visible. Inscribed on photo back: Packard proving grounds.

  • Two Packard buses, left side view, parked on street

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of two Packards left side view, tops raised, left; has all side curtains in place, sign leaning on windshield reads "Mason City," right; has rear side curtains in place, male driver, parked on street. Inscribed on photo back: Packard motor bus, Red Ball Transp. Co., Mason City, Iowa.

  • Packard factory assembly line, body dropping from above, worker on either side

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a Packard factory assembly line. Inscribed on photo back: Packard body dropping from second floor to meet chassis, timed meticulously so that right body meets right chassis (and parts), though each starts in widely separated parts of plant.

  • Construction of the track at Packard proving grounds

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of construction of the track at Packard proving grounds, several male workers pictured with shovels. Inscribed on photo back: Packard Motor Car Co. proving grounds, Utica, Mich., track construction 1927-28.

  • Actresses Polly Moran and Anita Page on Hollywood movie set in a 1908 Packard runabout

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1908 Packard seven-eights left side view, two women in car, construction site in background. Inscribed on photo back: 1908 Packard model 30, on Hollywood set under construction, with actresses Polly Moran and Anita Page.

  • 1946-47 Packard semi-assembly kit ready for shipping

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of 1946-47 Packard semi-assembled, in wooden crate, tires hanging on side of crate, front fender hanging on front side of crate. Inscribed on photo back: 1946-47 Packard super clipper, twenty-first series, model 2103, 8-cylinder, 165-horsepower, 127-inch wheelbase, 6-person touring sedan (body type # 1672), semi-assembled kit ready for export.

  • 1904 Packard truck, left side view

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1904 Packard left side view, side reads "Packard Motor Car Company." Inscribed on photo back: 1904 Packard motor truck, first Packard truck.

  • 1908-10 Packard truck, right side view, parked on street, two men seated in front

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1908-10 Packard right side view, parked on brick street in front of Railton Co. building, two men seated in front, side reads "Wholesale Grocers. B. A. Railton Co. Randolph & Green Sts.," rear is full of wooden crates and sacks. Inscribed on photo back: 1908-10 Packard, model TC, 4-cylinder, 24-horspower, 144-inch wheelbase, 3-ton capacity, truck with special body, for; B. A. Railton Co. Wholesale Groceries Randolph & Green Sts. Chicago, Ill.

  • Packard chassis assembly room, 1923-24

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of the 1923-24 Packard chassis assembly room, several men working on chassis, completed cars in background. Inscribed on photo back: 1923-24 Packard factory scene, chassis assembly, with twin six models far in background.

  • 1921-22 Packard truck, left side view, hauling Packard crates

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1921-22 Packards left side view, partially enclosed front cab, one Packard crate on back of truck another crate on dolly at side of truck, man behind wheel, man standing on back of truck, written on side of hood "Traffic Division." Inscribed on photo back: 1921-22 Packard model EF, 6-cylinder, 40-horsepower, 5-ton truck, Packard Traffic Division vehicle # 75, this truck bore 1927 Michigan commercial license plate # 6-230, shipping crates # 3 …

  • 1921-22 Packard truck, left side view, unloading Packard crates into boxcars

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1921-22 Packards left side view, partially enclosed front cab, two men unloading Packard crates into box cars, man behind wheel, one man holding boxcar door open, two men standing at side of truck, written on side of hood "Traffic Division." Inscribed on photo back: 1921-22 Packard model EF, 6-cylinder, 40-horsepower, 5-ton truck, Packard Traffic Division vehicle # 75, this truck bore 1927 Michigan commercial license plate # 6-230, shipping c…

  • Packard administration building, early 1900s, several Packards lining the street in front of building

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of the Packard administration building, early 1900s, several different models of Packards lining the street in front of building, photo taken during summer on a cloudy day. Inscribed on photo back: Packard, factory buildings, service division.

  • 1916-17 Packard truck, at the Detroit Creamery

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1916-17 Packard three-quarter front view, enclosed front cab, tank mounted on rear of chassis, tires have special treads, "side of tank reads "Detroit Creamery this truck operated by Ira Wilson and Son," man behind wheel backing into loading area, sign on top of building reads "Detroit Creamery." Inscribed on photo back: 1916-17 Packard truck, Detroit, Ira Wilson.

  • 1910 Packard truck, seven-eights left side view, top raised, side curtains in place

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1910 Packard seven-eights left side view, top raised, side curtains in place, driver door reads "Oliver & Howland Co. Springfield Mass.," houses in background. Inscribed on photo back: 1910 Packard motor #20900 truck, model 30, owner Oliver & Howland Springfield, Mass., mileage 150,000.

  • 1911-12 Packard truck, left side view, man in driver seat, parked in loading area

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1911-12 Packard left side view, enclosed back, partially enclosed front cab, side reads "B. Fischer & Co. Importers New York, Hotel Astor Coffee," man unloading crates from back of truck, man in driver seat, parked in loading area. Inscribed on photo back: 1910 Packard model TD, 4-cylinder, 32.4-horsepower, 144-inch wheelbase, 3-ton capacity truck with special van body, for B. Fischer & Co. Importers New York.