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  1. Thanks for the detail about the doors and bumpers.
  2. Great information! Thank you so much. I hadn't noted the windshield frame or visor until you pointed it out and that's a great detail about the doors. I really deep dive might trace the license plate to ID the owner, but that's a project for a long retirement. As an aside, a reporter from the San Diego Union did a story on a Stutz that Lindbergh allegedly owned: https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/lifestyle/people/story/2019-12-02/lindbergh-car-stutz-collector
  3. This photograph is of Charles Lindbergh and (I think) a Chrysler at what I suspect is the San Diego airfield. I'm looking for the year and model of the car in the picture. The photo likely hung in my grandfather's Chrysler dealership in the 1920s-30s. I have no idea where he might have acquired it from. A photography expert confirmed it as a vintage print dating from the 1920s, and an official at the Lindbergh house museum in Minnesota said she'd never seen this particular photograph but that it was Lindbergh in it. Thanks for the help! Jay
  4. Thanks to your lead, kaiser31, I was able to find this other photo online of the car and King and Queen riding up the West Side Highway in New York. https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2013/11/the-1939-new-york-worlds-fair/100620/#img16 Scroll down to photo 16. The photo I posted is from their visit to the World's Fair in Queens. Thanks again for your help!
  5. Thanks in advance for help on this. My family had a Chrysler-Plymouth dealership from 1926 through 1969 and when I was going through my dad's storage space after he died, I found this photo. I suspect it may have been a promotional shot that the corporation sent him. On the back, it's marked "Eugene White 2-29-1940." Does anybody have an idea of what it might be a photo of and of the make and model of the Chrysler pictured?
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