• 1927 Packard touring car carrying Commander Richard E. Byrd in New York City parade

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1927 Packard three-quarter front view, top lowered, in a ticker-tape parade. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 343, third series eight (produced 8/1/1926-7/1/1927), 8-cylinder, 106-horsepower, 143-inch wheelbase, 7-person touring car (body type #290), reception for Commander Byrd (Richard E.) & the transatlantic flyers N.Y.C., N.Y.; Byrd procession going north on Broadway, right to left in car: Commander Richard E. Byrd, Mr. Whalen, 1927 New Y…

  • 1927 Packard sedan limousine, owner Arthur William Brown at tonneau door

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1927 Packard three-quarter right front view, parked on street in front of townhouses, owner Arthur William Brown at tonneau door . Inscribed on photo back: Packard 343, third series eight (produced 8/2/1926-7/1/1927), 8-cylinder, 106-horsepower, 143-inch wheelbase, 7-person sedan limousine (body type #295), fitted with Packard deluxe emblem, 1927 New York license plate #8C-87-87, Arthur William Brown illustrator, photographed in New York. Ori…

  • 1932 Packard sedan limousine at New York City Packard dealership

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1932 Packard seven-eights left side view, parked on street, chauffeur and male standing at door shaking hands. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 904, deluxe eight, ninth series, 8-cylinder, 135-horsepower, 147.125-inch wheelbase, 7-person sedan limousine (body type #515), note 1937 New York license plate E 5C-1, chromium plated radiator shutters, deluxe equipment, 1937 "One-Twenty" touring sedan parked in front of subject car, 1937 super-eight…

  • 1934 Packard ambulance, parked in front of Knickerbocker Hospital

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1934 Packard nine-tenths left side view, parked on street in front of Knickerbocker Hospital, 70 Convent Ave., male driver at wheel, male in rear. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 1102 eight, eleventh series, 8-cylinder, 120-horsepower, ambulance. Original photo by John Adams Davis, New York, New York