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

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 1905 Packard Model N touring car with carriage top

    8x10 black and white photograph of a 1905 Packard Model N right side view taken on residential street. Inscribed on photo back: 4-cylinder, 28-horsepower, 106-inch wheelbase, 5-person double side entrance tonneau touring car fitted with buggy top.

  • 1905 Packard Model N on a road

    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 fitted with a canopy roof (rear panel shown in position) having a windshield hinged at the top so as to fold up against the underside of the roof when not in use.

  • 1905 Packard Model N loaded onto a 1905 Packard truck

    8x10 black and white photograph of 1905 Packard Model N, loaded onto the back of a 1905 or 1906 Packard truck with 2 unidentified males on snowy road.

  • 1905 Packard Model N driving seat-elevation

    8x10 black and white photograph from glass negative of 1905 Packard Model N, close-up of driver's seat. Inscribed on photo back: 4-cylinder, 28-horsepower, 106-inch wheelbase, driving seat detail. Note: in uncropped but retouched form this photo was used as an illustration in a 1905 Packard Motor Car Co. sales brochure; dash mounted plate reads "Packard Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich., USA"; button on left horizontal steering wheel spoke is a switch to cut off the spark and thus stop the engine wi…

  • 1905 Packard Model N limousine

    8x10 black and white photograph from glass negative of 1905 Packard Model N. Inscribed on photo back: 4-cylinder, 28-horsepower, 106-inch wheelbase, limousine photographed near the Packard E. Grand Boulevard works, Detroit, Mich. Note: new type rear spring support arms.

  • 1905 Packard Model N stripped chassis, right elevation

    8x10 black and white photograph from glass negative of a 1905 Packard Model N chassis. Inscribed on photo back: 4-cylinder, 28-horsepower, 106-inch wheelbase, stripped chassis right elevation.

  • 1905 Packard Model N touring car with victoria top

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

  • Packard stand at the Fifth Annual National Automobile Show

    8x10 black and white sepia-toned photograph of the Packard stand at auto show. Inscribed on photo back: Fifth Annual National Automobile Show (auspices of NAAM) January 14-21st, 1905 Madison Square Garden, NYC.; 2 exhibits on the Packard stand (main exhibition hall) the 1905 Packard Model N, 4-cylinder, 28-horsepower, 106-inch wheelbase, stripped show chassis and the 1905 Packard Model N, 4-cylinder, 28-horsepower, 106-inch wheelbase, limousine with glass front in royal blue, with yellow wheels…

  • 1905 Packard coupe

    8x10 black and white sepia-toned photograph of 1905 Packard coupe taken on a road with the driver's side door opened to reveal the interior of the car.

  • 1904 Packard Model L with four male occupants in Webster, 1905

    8x10 black and white Packard Co. file photograph, copy of original print, of 1904 Packard Model L on residential street. Inscribed on photo back: 4-cylinder, 22-horsepower, 94-inch wheelbase, rear-entrance tonneau fitted with wicker baskets carried on sides of body; notation on back of original print: taken in Webster, 1905, Mr. D. Howe, Mr. B. Burgess, Mr. M. Swenry, and Mr. W. Hutchinsen.

  • Packard Motor Car Co. plant in 1905. cars going for road test.

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

  • Herman Miller Dresser ; Mirror

    This Dresser, from the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of four drawers with brass drawer pulls. The four legs are carved and have casters. An oak and walnut veneer covers the top, sides, front and mirror frame. The dresser is made complete with a mirror that has the dimensions of 49. 75" wide, 2" deep, and 36" high. It was likely designed by either Jacques Bevelacqua or Edgar Somes. Herman Miller Series: Dresser ~ Traditional; Mirror ~ Gothic Traditional