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

1920s-Duesenberg Straight Eight

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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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