In the winter of 1928 a fashionable Lady prepares to board her Packard Sedan . The Packard is equipped with a Winter Front on the grille. The winter front controls the amount of cold air entering the radiator to aid in bringing the engine up to operating temperature. This was from the time before thermostats…
A Pope-Hartford shown with the chauffeur in Germany, c. 1910-14. Notice the extra skirting added along the front fender, and Crawford covers on the seats.
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This photo shows patons entering an early driven-in movie theater in Hollywood, Calif. on June 13, 1937.
A very unique colorized photo of the Payne & Twomey gas station possibly in the 1920’s.