Washington, D.C., 1924.1924 Flint Motor Car Model E-55. The building is the Joaquin Miller cabin at Rock Creek Park.’ National Photo Co.

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  1. This car is actually a 1924 Flint Motor Car Model E-55 — there is no such company as Washington Hunt motor car or Hunt Motor Car.

  2. Lloyd — After some further thought, I think what “Washington Hunt Motor Car” may have refered to was an old dealership located in Washington D.C, There is another picture of this Flint pictured with same two ladies in front of a stone house. It is also referenced “Washington Hunt Motor Car”.

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