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Baum Blvd Pittsburg Dealer

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East Jefferson, Detroit  Dealer

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A 6-26 sedan being traded in on a new 1938. The Detroit Branch building, now torn down, was on East Jefferson

Longacre Square (Times Square) Packard NYC

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Longacre Square, re-named Times Square after the NY Times erected its large building there, was the center for carriage rentals and sales and horse stables,etc., so it was natural that when automobiles were introduced their sales activities were centered there. However, by 1907 automobile companies began their move northward to upper Broadway in the sixties, with Packard locating at the corner of Broadway and 61st Street, 1861 Broadway

Anthony Earl Oakland Dealership

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Bernard Maybeck, noted California architect, designed several buildings for Earle C. Anthony. This magnificent showplace on the lake in Oakland was opened ca. 1927. Later it was either sold or leased ca. 1939  and became a Buick dealership. Incredibly it was torn down in the 1960's and the space used for a parking lot.

Richmond VA Packard Dealer

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55_Panama

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Pictures for the Warren Show on Friday 7/20/07

55_Panama

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Pictures for the Warren Show on Friday 7/20/07

55_Panama

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Pictures for the Warren Show on Friday 7/20/07

53_Mayfair

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Pictures for the Warren Show on Friday 7/20/07

53_Mayfair

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Pictures for the Warren Show on Friday 7/20/07

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