1939 GRAHAM All

1939 GRAHAM All

GRAHAM-PAIGE — Dearborn, Michigan — (1928–1930)/GRAHAM — (1930–1941) — The Graham brothers were back, and spectacularly. Their new Graham-Paige automobile was introduced during New York Automobile Show week in January 1928 with a lavish luncheon at the Hotel Roosevelt where the speakers included Gene Tunney and Knute Rockne — and was followed by a complete gravure section, eight full pages, in the Detroit Free Press of January 22nd devoted to the new Graham-Paige Motors Corporation, whose emblem was a stylized profile rendering of Joseph B., Robert C. and Ray A. Graham, the brothers coiffed in knightly helmeted splendor. The Grahams had just reentered America's most formidable jousting arena — the automobile industry. Formerly a power in the truck field, the brothers had joined commercial vehicle ranks following the Armistice ending World War I, allying themselves with Dodge Broth ...

 

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