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1904 production range

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The 1904 World's Fair, St. Louis, Missouri: an automobile exhibit displaying Packard motorcars. Photograph, 1904. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY

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From the collection of Fred and Carol Mauck

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

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

Item # EB01c075

Photo courtesy of the Detroit Public Library, National Automotive History Collection and used with permission.

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1904 Packard

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8x10 black and white photograph of a 1904 Packard, three-quarter front right side view.

Item # EB01c077

Photo courtesy of the Detroit Public Library, National Automotive History Collection and used with permission.

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1904 Packard Model L, front view

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8x10 black and white photograph of close up front view of 1904 Packard Model L touring car taken on a country road.

Item # EB01c076

Photo courtesy of the Detroit Public Library, National Automotive History Collection and used with permission.

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1904 Packard Model L in snow

1904 Packard Model L in snowPopular
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8x10 black and white photograph from glass negative of 1904 Packard Model L in snow, house and wooden building in background. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 22-horsepower, 94-inch wheelbase.

Item # EB01c074

Photo courtesy of the Detroit Public Library, National Automotive History Collection and used with permission.

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1904 Packard Model L with driver & passenger in front of Packard Motor Car Co.

1904 Packard Model L with driver & passenger in front of Packard Motor Car Co.Popular
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8x10 black and white sepia-toned Packard Co. file photograph of a 1904 mud-spattered Packard Model L. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 22-horsepower, 94-inch wheelbase, fitted with test body; driver Edward F. Burns and passenger Sydney Waldon, after test of first Detroit-built Model L. The photo was taken at Packard Works in Detroit Mich., the Packard office building is in the background center.

Item # EB01c073

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1904 Packard Model L 1,000 mile car with driver Charles Schmidt & mechanic Edward F. Roberts

1904 Packard Model L 1,000 mile car with driver Charles Schmidt & mechanic Edward F. RobertsPopular
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8x10 black and white sepia-toned Packard Co. file photograph of 1904 Packard Model L. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 22-horsepower, 94-inch wheelbase, body stripped of tonneau & fitted with truck bed for carrying spare parts & tires; driver Charles Schmidt and mechanic Edward F. Roberts. Taken after Packard's second attempt at 'the World's Fastest 1,000 miles Non-stop Record for anything on Wheels' at Grosse Pointe track which began Aug. 6, 1904, and crossed the finish line at midnight plus 9 minutes, 37.6 seconds on Aug. 8, -- 29 hours 53 minutes, 37 3/8 seconds, an average speed 33.5 miles per hour. Packard's first attempt at Grosse Pointe track on June 20th, 1904 ended in a crash, driver was Jack Boyd and Charles Schmidt the mechanic. Note  while all available information & reports of the event seem to agree that the car used was a Model L, the radiator shown here is of the style used on the 1905 Model N. An unidentified newspaper clipping on photo back states 'In 1904 the Packard Motor Car Co. staged a 1,000 mile run to demonstrate the merits of the new 4-cylinder engine which was developed by a Frenchman with the German name Charles Schmidt. The non-stop run took place on the Detroit Driving Club track located on the present site of the Chrysler factory out Jefferson...'

Item # EB01c072

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1904 Packard Model L after four testing run

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8x10 black and white photograph of a 1904 Packard Model L runabout with three unidentified men in protective gear. Inscribed on photo front  the Model L Packard after its fourth testing trip of 670 miles Chicago and return (Detroit).

Item # EB01c071

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1904 Packard Model L with Hamilton Carhartt family in Naples, 1904

1904 Packard Model L with Hamilton Carhartt family in Naples, 1904Popular
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8x10 black and white photograph of 1904 Packard Model L with family in fur coats, parked by statuary and palms. Inscribed on photo back; 4-cylinder, 22-horsepower, 94-inch wheelbase, rear-entrance tonneau. The body is fitted with a folding victoria roof, folding glass windshield, and wicker baskets carried at the sides. Hamilton Carhartt and his wife are the couple closest to the camera in the light-colored coats. Mr. Carhartt is seated in the front seat and his wife is sitting directly behind him, posing with their car in Naples, Italy, 1904.

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