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The New Nash: 1921

The New Nash: 1921

"Nash sedan, 1921." The pride of Kenosha, parked somewhere in Washington. 8x6 inch glass negative, National Photo Company Collection. View full size.

 

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1343 14th Street NW?

I found this ad in the Sunday, April 22, 1917 edition of the Washington Times.

Henry Frain 1866-1940

"Henry Frain -- Painting" reads the sign reflected in the car window. Very possibly this guy: "Mr. Frain, a native and lifelong resident of Washington, was the son of the late Davis and Maria Frain. He succeeded his father in business as a painting contractor."

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