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Date: 1905
  • Detroit United Railway; Old Style Cars. Near Packard plant, 1905.

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

  • 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.

  • Packard hood ornament, right side view

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a Packard hood ornament, right side view.

  • 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.

  • 1905 Packard Model N touring car

    7.5x9.5 black and white photograph of 1905 Packard Model N, three-quarter right side view. Inscribed on photo back: 4-cylinder, 28-horsepower, 106-inch wheelbase, 5-person double side entrance tonneau touring car.

  • 1905 Packard Model N touring car with folding cape top

    8x10 black and white photograph from glass negative of 1905 Packard Model N, right side view. Inscribed on photo back: 4-cylinder, 28-horsepower, 106-inch wheelbase, 5-person double side entrance tonneau touring car with folding cape top.

  • 1905 Packard Model N touring car by water

    8x10 black and white photograph of 1905 Packard Model N touring car, left front three-quarter view, on grass under a tree by water's edge.

  • Stratton, Mrs. Mary Chase; Ceramic Artist.

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

  • 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.

  • 1905 Packard Model N coupe

    8x10 black and white photograph from glass negative of 1905 Packard Model N, right side view, on road. Inscribed on photo back: 4-cylinder, 28-horsepower, 106-inch wheelbase, 2-person Brougham coupe. This model was introduced at the 1906 Automobile Show in NYC and beat the Cadillac 1906 Model H 4-cylinder by one year. Note: 2 brass plates mounted at base of coupe pillar.

  • 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…

  • 1929 Packard Adonis hood ornament, front view

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1929 Packard Adonis hood ornament, front view. Inscribed on photo back: radiator ornaments, Packard radiator cap mascot "Adonis, official name of this mascot is also known as "Dauphin," "Daphne at the Well," etc., designed by Edward McCarten - New York City, patent applied for 11/7/1928, design patent #79,561 10/6/1929, introduced on sixth series Packards, discontinued with introduction of tenth series, December 1932.

  • 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.

  • 1905 Packard Model N, right side view with greenhouse in background

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of 1905 Packard Model N parked in front of greenhouse. Inscribed on photo back: 4-cylinder, 28-horsepower, 106-inch wheelbase, 5-person double side-entrance tonneau.

  • 1905 Packard Model N on a winter road

    8x10 black and white photograph from glass negative of 1905 Packard Model N on winter road, right side view. Inscribed on photo back: 4-cylinder, 28-horsepower, 106-inch wheelbase, 5-person double side entrance tonneau touring car fitted with a canopy roof having roll-up side curtains & a glass windshield hinged at the top so as to fold up against the underside of the roof when not in use.

  • 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.