See inside vintage 1910s & 1920s car showrooms in Washington DC

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1920s-Duesenberg Straight Eight
Duesenberg Straight Eight, "Built to outclass, Outrun and Outlast any car on the road" 1920s

Automobiles in window of the Washington Cadillac Co (1927)

Automobiles in window of the Washington-Cadillac Co., Washington, D.C.


Oldsmobile car showroom window display in DC (c1921)

Christmas window display at an unidentified Oldsmobile dealer

c1921-Christmas window display at an unidentified Oldsmobile dealer's, probably in Washington, D.C.


Automobile showroom (Hudsons on the left)

Probably in Washington DC (date unknown)

Automobile showroom (Hudsons on left)-191x


Duesenberg Straight Eight in a dealer window (1920s)

Built to outclass, outrun and outlast any car on the road

1920s-Duesenberg Straight Eight


Before 1920: Westcott automobiles at the Washington, D.C., auto show (1917)

c1920-Exhibits auto show, probably in DC Chrysler convertible in foreground

1917-Westcott automobiles at the Washington, D.C., auto show


Exhibits at the Washington, D.C. auto show, March 3-10, 1917

Exhibits at the Washington, D.C. auto show, March 3-10, 1917


Maxwell Briscoe showroom: Automobiles and wallboard manufactured by The Beaver Co. 1911

Beaver Co showroom - 1911

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