Business: Manhattan Show

To the Grand Central Palace, Manhattan, each day last week flocked hundreds of businessmen, clerks, sports, idlers, professional men, New Yorkers, out-of-towners, taxi drivers, foreigners and not a few thugmen, national and international celebrities, blackamoors and sailors, some with their ladies, some in groups, most of them talking animatedly, all of them peering, prying, pushing and querying, and some of them buying.

Automobiles had attracted them. The following makes were exhibited:

Auburn Davis Erskine Cadillac Diana Essex Buick Dodge Flint Chandler Duesenberg Franklin Chevrolet Du Pont Gardner Chrysler Elcar Hudson Hupmobile Oakland...

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