1917 and 1920 Packard Motor Company Invoices
Includes (3) invoices measuring 8.25 x 9 inches.
The "Packard Motor Car Company of Boston" was located at 1089 Commonwealth Ave. The area is today still referred to as "Packard's Corner." The proprietor was Alvan T. Fuller.
Some history related to Packard's Corner from bu.edu
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The name Packard's Corner refers to Packard's Sales Stable and Riding School which was located in the vicinity of Commonwealth Avenue's intersection with Brighton Avenue from 1885-1920. The Packard name was perpetuated by the important early 20th century Boston businessman and political figure Alvan T. Fuller who built the Packard Motor Car Company building at 1079-1089 Commonwealth Avenue in several stages between 1909 and 1930. This area has significant historical associations with Boston's early 20th century automobile industry. It was part of a larger "auto mile" of office buildings, show rooms and automobile related businesses which stretched from Kenmore Square to Packard's Corner along Commonwealth Avenue. The Detroit based architect Albert Kahn designed the Packard Motor Car Company Building constructed at 1079/1089 Commonwealth Avenue between 1909 and 1915.
Packard was an American luxury automobile marque built by the Packard Motor Car Company in Detroit, Michigan, and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. The first Packard automobiles were produced in 1899, and the last in 1958. Click here to learn more from wikipedia.
It appears there's been some attempt to revive the Packard name though things seem to be in limbo. Click here to learn more.
Below is a photo of Alvan T. Fuller and a "Corbis" photo with Alvan and a 1901 Packard.
Below are photos of the original "Packard Motor Company of Boston" and the building as it appears today.
Below is a photo of a 1917 Packard.
Condition: Excellent condition with some discoloration.
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