Thursday, July 14, 2016

1920s and 30s car dealership buildings that are still around

This was a Buick dealership

this was a Don Lee Cadillac dealership

above was a Packard

and this was a Hupmobile, and the interior, wow

Maxwells, Pierce Arrows, and Hudsons beginning in 1914.

The Don Lee Cadillac Building was designed by Weeks & Day and completed in 1912. It remained a Cadillac dealership, under different names, until the 1960s. The building has housed the AMC 1000 multiplex theatre since 1998

The Earle C. Anthony Packard showroom was designed by Bernard Maybeck and completed in 1926. It remained Anthony's Packard into the 1960s.


  1. the hupmobile and pacakrd are on the same street in Long Beach!
    i drive by them all the time.

    1. Cool! I think I read it was a car dealership zoned district...