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  • 1920 Packard sedan limousine, seven-eights right front view

    8x10 black and white photograph of a 1920 Packard seven-eights right front view. Inscribed on photo back: Model 3-35, twin six, sedan limousine.

  • 1920-1923 Packard sedan, view of interior through right side doors

    7.5x9.5 black and white photograph of a 1920-1923 Packard view of interior through right side doors, showing steering wheel, forward-folding auxiliary seat. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 7-person sedan (body type #177 or 197).

  • 1920-1923 Packard touring car, with President Woodrow Wilson in parade

    7.5x9.5 black and white photograph of a 1920-1923 Packard with President Woodrow Wilson, top hat raised, in parade, men walking alongside car, buildings in background. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 7-person touring car (body type #194).

  • 1903 Packard Model F "Old Pacific" in front of Packard dealership

    8x10 black and white photograph of 1903 Packard Model F. Inscribed on photo back: 1-cylinder, 12-horsepower, 88-inch wheelbase, 2-person roadster "Old Pacific"; unidentified driver outside of a Packard dealership in 1920s. This model participated in the transcontinental crossing June 20th-August 21st, 1903 from San Francisco to New York, 5600 miles, driver E.T. (Tom) Fetch from the Packard Warren, Ohio plant and passenger Marius C. Krarup editor of The Automobile. This model also participated in…

  • 1920-1923 Packard vanity case and smoking set

    7.5x9.5 black and white photograph of 1920-1923 Packard accessories. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, enclosed sedans, limousine, detail vanity case and smoking set.

  • 1920-1923 Packard touring car in front of large home, Alvan Macauley in driver's seat

    8x10 black and white photograph of a 1920-1923 Packard, top lowered, parked on street in front of large home. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 7-person touring car (body type #194), driver Alvan Macauley.

  • 1920-1923 Packard phaeton with female driver

    8x10 black and white photograph of 1920-1923 Packard with female driver and a female passenger in cape and hat stepping into front seat. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 5-person phaeton (body type #195).

  • 1920-1923 Packard special coupe with female driver parked on residential street

    6x8.5 black and white photograph of a 1920-1923 Packard parked on street in front of home, female driver and passenger. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 4-person special coupe or close-coupled, note body plate on cowl side at body sill line.

  • 1920-1923 Packard special roadster by Fleetwood, left side view, top raised

    6.5x8.5 black and white photograph of a 1922-1923 Packard left side view, top raised. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 2/4-person special roadster, by Fleetwood.

  • 1920-1923 Packard touring cars, parked in front of Packard used car dealership

    8x10 black and white photograph showing row of 1920-1923 Packards on street, men standing next to each car. "Stroh's Temperance Beer" sign in background. Inscribed on photo back: line-up of Packard 3-35s, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 7-person touring car (body type #194), photographed out back of Packard's East Grand Blvd Detroit, Mich., in front of the factory used car/truck department.

  • 1920 Packard phaeton, on country road, with male driver

    8x10 black and white photograph of a 1920 Packard on country road, with male driver, top raised. Inscribed on photo back: 1920 Packard Model 3-25, 5-person phaeton.

  • 1920 Packard phaeton, man in military uniform standing alongside

    8x10 black and white photograph of a 1920 Packard parked on street across from Packard plant Detroit, Mich., man standing at side of car dressed in a military uniform, top raised. Inscribed on photo back: 1920 Packard twin six phaeton, photographed on street near Packard plant.

  • 1920-1923 Packard touring car, right side elevation view of rear interior, top lowered

    7.5x9.5 black and white photograph of a 1920-1923 Packard right side elevation view of rear interior, top lowered. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 7-person touring car (body type #194).

  • 1920-1923 Packard phaeton and runabout, parked in front of Lighthouse Inn

    8x10 black and white photograph of two 1920-1923 Packards parked in front of the Lighthouse Inn; several men and women standing outside. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 5-person phaeton (body type #195), and 2/4 person runabout (body type #196), 1920 Michigan license plate #62M.

  • 1920-1923 Packard touring car built for Marylin Miller, in front of Packard offices

    7.5x9.5 black and white photograph of a 1920-1923 Packard nine-tenths left front view, parked on street, in front of Packard offices, top raised. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 4-person special touring car, by Fleetwood, this car built for actress Marylin Miller, photographed before offices of Packard Motor Car Co. East Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich.

  • 1920-1923 Packard two-toned duplex coupe, left side view

    7.5x9.5 black and white photograph of a 1922-1923 Packard left side view, two-toned. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (oft called fourth series, produced 8/1919-6/1923), 5-person duplex coupe (body type #209).

  • 1920-1923 Packard limousine showing steering wheel and instrument panel

    7.5x9.5 black and white photograph of a 1920-1923 Packard view of front interior through right side door, showing steering wheel and instrument panel. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 7-person limousine (body type #207), note storm curtains in place.

  • 1920-1923 Packard touring car, left side view of interior, top raised

    7.5x9.5 black and white photograph of a 1920-1923 Packard left side view of interior, doors opened, top raised. Inscribed on photo back: Packard 3-35, third series twin-six (produced 8/1919-6/1923, oft called fourth series), 12-cylinder, 90-horsepower, 136-inch wheelbase, 7-person touring car (body type #194).

  • 1920 Packard sedan, on drive in front of stone home

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph of a 1920 Packard on drive in front of large stone home, rear right door opened for female to enter. Inscribed on photo back: 1920 Packard single six, Model 116 sedan.

  • 1899 Packard Model A

    8x10 black and white photograph from glass negative of 1899 Packard Number One with driver. Inscribed on photo back: completed and first road tested Nov. 6, 1899, Warren Ohio; Model A, 1-cylinder, 9-horsepower, 71.5-inch wheelbase, 2-person roadster. Body by Morgan & Williams, carriage manufacturer. Driver Henry Joy? Photograph taken some years after car's completion, note holes in the dash, etc., lack of such original equipment as dos-a-dos seat mounted on rear deck, lights & skirt below driver…