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NEBRASKA

Cedar Bluff, NE:
Ogstrand
Aug. Ogstrand & Son Hudson and Essex Transfer Garage, Cedar Bluff, Nebraska, Saunders county. A Peerless Gasoline pump sits in front of the garage.

Central City NE:
New Garage
New Garage Dealer: W.E. Kelso. Looks like the dealership partnered with South Ratcliff Hotel to pass out these promotional pocket mirrors for travelers who may need assistance.

Hastings, NE:

A.E. Stitt Company, corner of Third Street and St. Joseph Avenue, Hastings, NE. The A.E. Stitt Company entered the automobile business in 1908, selling automobiles at several locations before they relocated in 1926 to the first floor of the newly built Stitt Building. The dealership sold many makes of cars including Brush, Chalmers, Lexinton, Hudson, Essex, Studebaker, DeSoto, Reo and Saxon. Also located in this building was the Chamber of Commerce headquarters and radio station KFKX which found early homes on the second floor. The Hastings Daily Tribune was also located in the building from June of 1934 until April of 1939. The sale of automobiles was discontinued prior to World War II, and the Stitt Company operated a furniture store in the building from 1940 to 1967.

Lincoln, NE:
Hompes Tire Co.
Hompes Tire Co., 17th & "N" St., "Home of Hudson". (Per 2/18/48 newspaper ad.) This company was owned by Henry and Addie Mae Hompes. The Hompes lived in a 1925 [Howard R.Smith]-built Colonial Revival at 3841 Orchard St. that's now a historical home in the area. Their business dates back quite a ways, as a Christopher C. Beck appears as a co-owner from 1915-18 as Beck-Hompes Tire Co. However, years as a Hudson dealer are not known.

Omaha, NE:

Guy L. Smith, Omaha, NE. Announced as new dealer in The Hudson Triangle, Vol.1 Number 8, December 2, 1911. In business through at least April 1919. Click here for more pictures and information.

Omaha, NE:
Rosen-Novak
Rosen-Novak, 420 S. 18th St., Omaha, NE. Dealers: Ben Novak & Edward Rosen. In business during at least 1954. Click here for more pictures and information.

Wahoo, NE:
R.F. Cribbett
R.F. Cribbett, Wahoo, NE. Dealer: Richard F. Cribbett. Saunders County History


NEVADA

Carson City, NV:
This is now a restaurant and several antique stores.

Goldfiejd, NV:
Carl J. Lockwood, Found in December 28, 1912 Hudson Triangle Vol 2 No 26 and 1914 Automobile Tour Book.

Las Vegas, NV:
Carl Hardesty Motor Co
Carl Hardesty Motor Co., 507 Fremont St., Las Vegas, NV. Matchbook dates between 1932 and 1939.

Las Vegas, NV:
Herb Waldman Motor Co.
Herb Waldman Motor Co., 1715 Fremont St., Las Vegas, NV.

Other dealerships in Las Vegas included:
W.N. Connell 427 Fremont Street (Per 02/04/34 LA Times, 01/20/35 LA Times ad, 03/10/35 LA Times ad, 06/23/35 LA Examiner, and 12/08/35 LA Examiner.)

Reno, NV:
Wesley J. Gritton
Wesley J. Gritton, 545 E. 4th Street, Reno, NV. (Per 06/11/53 newspaper ad.) Also sold Willys. Sipe's Antiques is now at this address. Building was erected in 1936 and still stands today, but appears to have been subdivided for more than one business.

Short-Gibson Co.
Short-Gibson Co., 112 N. Center Street (1924), at 115 W. 1st Street (1939-40), and also at 1420 So. Virginia St.(1941). Newspaper ad pictured is from 11/15/39.

Mort W. Risley
Mort W. Risley, Reno, NV. Photo circa 1949.

Other dealerships in Reno included:
Bob Hume Motors,First St. & Sierra, also at University & 5th St., in business around 1939.
Wesley J. Gritton, 545 East Fourth Street (Per 03/20/1953 newspaper ad.)


NEW HAMPSHIRE

Claremont, NH:
Benoit Motors, 102 Elm Street. Owned by Leo Benoit. Circa 1949.

Concord, NH:
Gray's Garage
Gray's Garage, 180-82 N. Main St., Concord, NH. Ad appeared in Automobile Blue Book (Vol. 2, 1918)

Concord, NH:
New Hampshire Motor Sales
New Hampshire Motor Sales, 5 Loudon Road, Concord, NH.

Other dealerships in Concord, NH included:
Draper Motors, 48 Thorndike St. Owned by Preston Draper. Circa 1949.

Exeter, NH:
Wentworth Motor Co., 58 Winter Street. Owned by Frank Wentworth. Circa 1949.

Franklin, NH:
Guay's Garage, Inc., So. Main Street. Owned by Albert Guay. Circa 1949.

Henniker, NH:
C.W. Rowe, Western Avenue. Owned by C.W. Rowe. Circa 1949.

Keene, NH:
Fairfield's Garage, 25 Roxbury Street. Owned by Guy Fairfield. Circa 1949.

Laconia, NH:
Folsom's Auto Service, 79 Court Street. Owned by Wilbur Folsom. Circa 1949.

Littleton, NH:
Hadlock Motor Mart, 47 Main Street. Owned by Bernard Hadlock. Circa 1949.

Manchester, NH:
L.E. Whitten, Inc., 40 Merrimac Street. Owned by L.E. Whitten. Circa 1949.

Nashua, NH:
M.J. Vagge, 1 E. Hollis St. Owned by Mario J. Vagge. Circa 1949-1957. A local recals that, "Their showroom was big enough to hold one car." April 29 1950 At the 29th Annual Dinner Meeting of the Nashua Chamber of Commmerce held on February 9, 1955, Mario J. Vagge was named Nashua's Man of the Year for 1954. He was also President of the Nashua Chamber of Commerce at some point in time before 1956. Became Nashua's Mayor from at least 1958-1965. Also served as chairman for the March of Dimes campaign for January 1958.

Nemarket, NH:
Shelton's Garage, 22 North Main St. Owned by C.K. Shelton. Circa 1949.

Newington, NH:
C.K. Shelton
C.K. Shelton, Newington, NH. Photo circa 1956.

Wentworth, NH:
Wentworth Garage Circa 1929.

Woodsville, NH:
Ames Motors, Park Square. Owned by Roland C. Ames. Circa 1949.

Wolfeboro, NH:
Norton Motors / Norton Garage / Norton's. Circa 1946.

Wolfeboro, NH:
Lakes Region Motor Co
Lakes Region Motor Co.,Route 28 at North Line Road (currently known as 670 Center St). Owned by Stanley Juthe. In business from at least 1949-1951. '51 Hornet (7A)9518 was purchased there. They had P.O. Box 629 and phone number was 763-W.


NEW JERSEY

Bergenfield, NJ:
Bridge Pond Garage, Church St. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Bloomfield, NJ:
Bloomfield Motor Sales (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad.

Boundbrook, NJ:
Hoagland Motors, 25 Hamilton St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Burlington, NJ:
Mazur's Burlington Hudson Sales and Service
Mazur's Burlington Hudson Sales and Service, Route 25 between York & Federal Sts., Burlington, N. J. Scroll mouse over image to view back side of postcard!

Camden, NJ:
Camden New Jersey
Gomery-Schwartz Hudson, 1388 Haddon Ave. This was in business before Templin Motors, see below.

Camden, NJ:
Templin Motors
Templin Motors, 1388 Haddon Ave., Camden, NJ. Postcard circa 1951. Also sold Crosley, Rambler, and AMC.

Jack A. Dunn
Jack A. Dunn
Jack A. Dunn Motor Co., Factory Distributor, Hadden Ave. in Camden, NJ.







Other Hudson dealerships in Camden, NJ included:
Greenwood Motor Company Hudson-Essex
Mori Brothers Hudson-Essex, 2119 Federal Street. See ad on right.
Williams Motors Hudson-Terraplane

Suggested links for Camden, NJ:
Camden Historical Page










Chatham, NJ:
Shaw's Garage (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)

Mori Brothers Huson-Essex
Clifton, NJ:
Jack A. Dunn
Mide Motors, Inc., in the Benson Building located at the corner of Main & Harding Ave, 1340 Main St., Clifton, NJ.

Other dealerships in Clifton included:
Donnelly Motors, Inc., 233 Randolph Ave. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Closter, NJ:
Costner-Brown Hudson
Costner-Brown Hudson-Ford, 395 Closter Dock Road, Closter, NJ. Built circa 1910, the Closter Garage as it's commonly referred to, was one of the earliest automobile garages, including parts, new and used car sales, and taxi service. Looking at the cars in the photo, it appears to have become Costner-Brown Hudson & Ford dealership in the teen's. In the right of the picture, you can see a sign in the trees. It's hard to tell, but it says Alpine, which is the town 2 miles East of Closter.

Costner/Brown Hudson
The Closter Garage later became McQuaid & Brown Motors, which was a Dodge dealership. A 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and a 10/13/40 New York Times ad lists a Stagg's Garage as a Hudson dealership in Closter. My guess is that this was the same location under different ownership.



Dover, NJ:
Stepen Lawrence, 56 E. Blackwell St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

East Orange, NJ:
Fanning Motor Co. (Distributor?), 173 S. Grove St. (aka Grove St. and Central Ave.) (Per 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Smeraldo Motor Co., Inc., 416 Central Ave. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times and 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

East Paterson, NJ:
Geo. Israel Sales (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)

Elizabeth, NJ:
H.W. Zolzer & Son, Inc., 1052 Elizather Ave. (Per 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, and 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad.)

W.H. Ahrens, Inc., 53 N. Dean St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Englewood, NJ:
W.H. Ahrens (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, and 11/03/35 NY Times.)

Fort Lee, NJ:
Cummins Motors, Inc., 2141 Lamone Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Freehold, NJ:
Paton's Garage, 44 South St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Glen Rock, NJ:
J.P. Motors Corp., 674 So. Maple St. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Hackensack, NJ:
Richard J. Brust, Inc., 182 Central Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Haledon, NJ:
Haledon Auto Sales, 241 Haledon Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Hawthorne, NJ:
Robt. J. Smith & Son, 527 Lafayette Ave. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Hillside, NJ:
Merkles Auto, 1415 Maple Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Irvington, NJ:
Greenbaum Motor Sales (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)

Jersey City, NJ:
U.S. Motor Sales Corp., 3010-14 Hudson Blvd. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, and 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad.)

Keyport, NJ:
Buhler & Bitter
Buhler & Bitter, corner of Broad and 3rd St. Started as a Hudson dealership in the '20's. Building is still there and looks the same today! (Also seen in 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Linden, NJ:
Augustine's Motor Service, Inc., 1920 Edgar Road (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Little Ferry, NJ:
Clemons Auto Service, 111 Main St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Long Branch, NJ:
Broadway Motor Sales, Inc., 528 B'way (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Lyndhurst, NJ:
H. Ernst, 731 Ridge Road (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Manville, NJ:
Manville Motor Car Co. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Maplewood, NJ:
John Hagerstrom, 1633 Springfield Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Millville, NJ:
Mori Brothers
Mori Bros., 114 E. Vine St., Millville, NJ. Postcard postmarked July 20, 1927.

Montclair, NJ:
Brennan Motors Hudson
Brennan Motors Hudson, 654 Bloomfield AvenueMontclair, NJ. When the DCH car dealer network expanded its Montclair operations, it built its service department on the site of an auxiliary showroom used by the Imported Motor Car Company. Imported Motors occupied the same real estate on the corner of Valley Road and Bloomfield Avenue in the sixties and seventies as DCH later did. But long before both dealerships were around, the DCH service department site was the location of Brennan Motors, Montclair's Hudson dealer. Rumor has it that plans for a new shopping and college apartment complex to be built here are in the works, but currently BMW of Bloomfield and Montclair Volvo are currently listed as doing business there.

Montclair, NJ:
Caruso's Garage (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Davey Motor Company, 141 Glen Ridge Ave. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times and 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Morristown, NJ:
Franklin Rockefeller Co., Inc., 73 Market St. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)
Olive Motor Car Co., Elm St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Ferriero Motor Sales, 4 Early St. (Per 1953 program pamphlet). Dealer name: Barney Ferriero. See also Mt. Tabor, N.J. location.

Mt. Tabor, NJ:
Ferriero Motor Sales
Ferriero Motor Sales, Main St. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad and 1953 program pamphlet). Dealer name: Barney Ferriero. See also Morristown, N.J. location. They went on to sell Desoto, Plymouth, and Studebaker on Route 46 in Parsippany, N.J. in at least 1959 and Edsel in unknown year(s).

Mt. Tabor, NJ:
Mt. Tabor Garage (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Mountain View, NJ:
Ed Van Ness Motor Co
Ed Van Ness Motor Co., Inc., Route 23 (Also seen in 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.) Jet reference in postcard puts them in business through at least 1953.

Newark, NJ:
Hudson Motor Car Co. of New York, Inc., 866 Broad St. from 1920-22 per New York Tribune of March 23, 1920.
Long Brothers, 433 Bloomfield Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Lyons Auto Sales, 357 Lyons Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Fanning Motor Co., 12th and Central Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Red Seal Motors, 574 N. 8th St. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Ward Auto Sales, 316 Broad St. (Per 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, and 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad.)

New Brunswick, NJ:
Fred H. Ramhorst, Inc., Church & Jelin (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
J. Arthur Applegate, 318 Burnett St. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times and 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

North Bergen, NJ:
S. & F. Motor Sales Corp., 3930 Hudson Blvd. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Orange, NJ:
C.W. & E.B. Mason, Inc. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)

Passaic, NJ:
Pottor Motors, 481 Main Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, and 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad.) A 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad list the address as 785 Main Ave.

Paterson, NJ:
A & B Motors, 659 Market (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Bergen Sales, Inc. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)
Hartmeier-Riger & Co., 163 Park Ave. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Perth Amboy, NJ:
J. Arthur Applegate, 363 Division St. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times and 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)
Superior Garage Co., 310 High (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Plainfield, NJ:
Hudson Motor Car Co. of New York, Inc., 190-192 East Front St. per New York Tribune of March 23, 1920.
Way Motor Sales, Inc., 207 E. 5th St. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Prospect Park, NJ:
Borough Garage, 110 Fariview Dr. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Rariton, NJ:
Terpis Motors (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Red Bank, NJ:
Wilkins Motor Sales, Broad St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Ridgewood, NJ:
J.P. Motor Corp., 32 Maple Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Riverdale, NJ:
Guy H. Cook Motors Co., Hamburg Turnpike (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.) Scherer Motor Co., Hamburg Turn. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, and11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad.)

Rutherford, NJ:
Illinger Motor Co., 2 Union Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, and 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad.)
Sal's Auto Sales, 35 Union AVe. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

South Orange, NJ:
Garmany Sales Co. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)

Summit, NJ:
MacMurray & Walden, 312 Braod Street. In business during December '54, per Hudson Jet Invoice.

Wenman Bros., Inc., 326 Morris Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Sussex, NJ:
Decker & Simmons (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
West New York, NJ:
U.S. Motor Sales Corp., 4714 Hudson Blvd. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Westfield, NJ:
Ehmling Bros., Inc., Central at Lenox Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, and 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad.)

Westwood, NJ:
Struble Motor Sales (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)

Woodcliff Lake, NJ:
Pascack Motor Co., Inc., Summit Ave. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Frank J. Spuhler
Frank J. Spuhler, Haddon & Woodland Aves. in Haddonfield, NJ and Haddon Ave. & Crescent Blvd. in Collingswood, NJ are the two address listed on the back of this postcard.


NEW MEXICO

Gallup, NM:
Anthony Motor Company
Anthony Motor Co. Albuquerque Journal from Dec 10, 1947

Roswell, NM:
Ellett Motor Company
Ellett Motor Co., 1901 N. Main. Albuquerque Journal from Dec 10, 1947.

Santa Fe, NM:
Lowell Yerez
Lowell Yerez, on Don Gaspar at the corner of Alameda, Santa Fe, NM. Sold Hudson as well as Star and Packard. Photo circa 1927. Two blocks from plaza. Buick across the street.

Tumcumcari, NM:
Mark Huff Motor Company
Mark Huff Motor Co., 5th St & Hwy 66. In business as a Packard and Hudson dealership starting around 1940. They opened their doors on Center St. They moved to 323 West Gaynell (which would later be renamed Tucumcari Boulevard and then again Route 66). Here they had a dealership that also boasted service bays and a body shop. The building was also home to "The Malt Shop" run by Lillie Stein Huff, Mark's wife. The dealership would close after the Hudson and Packard companies discontinued, but the malt shop remained opened into the seventies. Click here for more pictures!

Unknown, NM:
Ellett Motor Company
Armstrong Motor Co. Albuquerque Journal from Dec 10, 1947.


NEW YORK

Amityville, NY:
Elliott Motor Car Corp., 146 Merrick Rd. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Angola, NY:
M & T Garage
M & T Garage, Angola, NY. Photo from 1953 Motor magazine ad.

Bay Shore, NY:
Victor F. Camp, Inc., 154 W. Main St. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Bayside, NY:Ridley Motors, Inc. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)

Bedford Hills, NY:
Burbank Garage (Per 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Bellaire, NY:
Alexander Motor Sales (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)

Binghamton, NY:
Guy F. Johnson, 15-27 Collier St. Sold Hudson from at least 1945-1953.Guy F. Johnson was a salesman at Marshall Nash Motors at 34 State St during 1944 before launching his own business in 1945. Nov 14, 1945

Guy F Johnson Hudson Ad 1951
Also advertised at 19 Collier St. as a Hudson dealer as well as Used Cars in July 1, 1949 Binghamton Press ad.

Advertised selling Cadillac and Pontiac per Jan 12, 1956 Binghamton Press.

Guy F Johnson Pontiac Ad 1957

They were looking to hire a salemen for Pontiac, Cadillac, and Vauxhall per Jan. 16, 1960 Binghamton Press. Went on to sell Cadillac, Pontiac, and Tempest at 110 Hawley St. per Jan 2, 1962, Jan 7, 1962, Jan 9, 1962, Jan 4, 1963 and Jan 5, 1964 Binghamton Press. Mentioned also in Jan 3, 1959 and March 8, 1964 Binghamton Press, with no make mentioned.

Brewster, NY:
Brewster Garage (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Briarcliff Manor, NY:
Magee's Service Station, Saw Mill River Road (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Bronx, NY:
A. Wendelken Motors, 788 Southern Blvd. (Per 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Albert Blechner, 661-3 Bergen Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)
Eastchester Serv. Station, 3020 Eastchester Rd. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Hewitt's Garage, 3357 E. Tremont Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.) A 10/13/40 New York Times ad lists it as New Hewitt's Garage at same address.
Hudson Motor Car Company of New York, Inc., 440 East 149th Street per New York Herald of Jan 2, 1916. 2460 Grand Concourse from 1920-22 per New York Tribune of March 23, 1920. 802 Southern Blvd. circa 1922.
Lechner Motor Car Co., 2072 Jerome Ave. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Nicholas Meola, 663 E. Fordham Rd. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Poe Motors, 2442 Grand Concourse (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Prospect Automotive Service, Inc., 1427 Prospect Ave. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)
Ruff & Burd, Inc., 3650 White Plains Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Unknown Dealership, 242 E. 149th St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Brooklyn, NY:
Flatbush Hudson
Flatbush Hudson, 4315 AVe. "H" and 1881 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, NY

Other dealerships in Brooklyn, NY included:
Arlington Motors, Inc., 1460 Bushwick Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Atlantic & 3rd Ave. Motor Sales, Inc., 520 Atlantic Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
E.H. Goodwin Motor Car Co., Inc., Atlantic & New York Ave. Also a branch at 1139 Flatbush Ave. near Clarendon Road. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 New York/ New Jersey Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, and 11/03/35 NY Times ad.)
Edbert Motors, 1192 Myrtle Ave. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)
Fulton Auto Exchange, 1422 Bedford Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)
George Van Essen, 163 Berry St. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Hudson Motor Car Company of New York, Inc., 1184 Bedford Avenue per NYHerald of Jan 2, 1916 and 1422 Bedford per NYTribune March 23, 1920. Believed to be in business through 1933.
Kandel Motors, 1743 Coney Island Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Klarfeld Motor Sales, 602 65th St. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
       Also at 4th Ave. at 62nd St. and 2055 Coney Island Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Milton Sandman, Inc., 387 Flatbush Ave. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)
Nelson Motors, 58-15 Bay Parkway (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Peter Kihss, 478 11th St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Public Service Garage, 501 Surf Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)
Putnam Motors, 43 Jamaica Ave, Brooklyn 7, NY. In business during at least 1951.
Trautwein Motor Sales, 585 Manhattan Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)
Von Kampen Motor Car Co., 1313 Rogers Ave. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Buffalo, NY:
Hubbard Motor Sales
Hubbard Motor Sales, 164-172 W. Ferry St.

Buffalo, NY:
Hudson-Oliver Motor Co
Hudson-Oliver Motor Co., 1259 Main St., Buffalo, NY. Known business years: 1924-1927.

Chester, NY:
Stevens Service Station (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Deposit, NY:
Oquaga Garage Co
Oquaga Garage Co, Inc. Clipping circa 1921. Similar listing found in Scarborough's Tour Book of 1918.

Earlville, NY:
Conkling-Rogers Co
Conkling-Rogers Co., Earlville, NY. Postcard circa 1948.

East Greenbush, NY:
East Greenbush Garage
East Greenbush Garage, Greenbush, NY.

East Hampton, NY:
Daniel Tucker, Gingerbread Lane (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

East Quogue, NY:
East Quogue Garage (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)

Elmhurst, NY:
Island Motors Island Motors, 83-02 Queens Blvd., Elmhurst, NY. Note on above postcard there's 1951 advertising printed on the card, but it was postmarked Dec. 15, 1952 and overstamped with ad for the '53 Hudsons.

Other Hudson dealerships in Elmhurst, NY included:
Dietrich Motor Sales, 90-30 43rd Ave. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Elmont, NY:
Gallo Auto Sales
Gallo Auto Sales, Inc., 1285 Hempstead Turnpike, Elmont, NY.

Floral Park, NY:
Tooker & Tangell, 5 Tulip Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Flushing, NY:
Wilson BrothersWilson Brothers
Wilson Brothers, 15 Farrington Street, Flushing, NY

Other Flushing, NY dealerships included:
Goette & Hosek, Inc., 3507 Farrington St. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Hosek & Monson, Inc., 3507 Farrington St. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Freeport, NY:
Hudson Freeport Inc. Hudson Freeport Inc., 146 West Sunrise Highway, Freeport, NY. Circa 1953.

Other dealerships in Freeport, New York included:
Chapman & Johnson (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 New York/ New Jersey Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Metropolitan-Vista Corp., Sunrise Highway (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Strassle Bros., 55 E. Merrick Road (Per 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Glen Cove, NY:
Tino Motor Sales, 81 Glen Cove Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Glendale, NY:
Glen Myrtle Garage & Service, Inc. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 New York/ New Jersey Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, and 11/03/35 NY Times.)
Heinen Motors, Inc., 6112 Myrtle Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Great Neck, NY:
George's Auto Serv., 41 E. Bayview (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Hempstead, NY:
Prohinsie Motor Sales, Inc., 284 Main (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Reisert-Krumenmacker, Inc., Main Street. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, and 11/03/35 NY Times. Circa at least 1935-1939?)
Schott Motors, 266 Main St. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Homer, NY:
Unknown Dealership Name, Homer, NY. Oscar K. Schenck, dealer, sold a the city of Homer a Jet as a police car.

Huntington-Oyster Bay, NY:
J.A. Carson Auto Co., 308 N.Y. Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Ithaca, NY:
HCT Motor Co
HCT Motor Co, Ithaca, NY. Postcard circa 1939.

Jamaica, NY:
Merrick-Rosewood, Inc., 138 Hillside Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
W.H. Niemeyer-Hudson, Inc., 139-07 Hillside Ave. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Jamestown, NY:
Jones Motor Inc
Jones Motor Inc, 1209 E 2nd St. Circa late '40s / early '50s. President: John Tordoff, Sr.

Lake Luzerne, NY:
Parker's Garage
Parker's Garage, Lake Luzerne, NY. Click here to view more pictures and information on this dealership!

Lake Mahopac, NY:
Lake Ridge Auto Service, U.S. Route No. 6 (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Larchmont, NY:
Gable Motors, 10 Post Rd. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Manor Garage (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)

Little Falls, NY:
Sam's Super Service, 3rd & Albany Street, Little Falls, NY. Owned by Sam DePiazza and his brother, it was across from the Knights Inn where the laundry mat is today. It was a bi-level building. The showroom section was located on Main Street where a storage garage is today. Directly next door to the west was Charlie Ross' Studebaker dealership. It too was bi-level with showroom on Mainstreet. It is an office building today. sold Hudsons from 1946 to 1957. Ended as an American Motors dealership? Found in The Evening Times article from Mon, Sept 28, 1953.

Long Island, NY:
Amityville: Elliott Motor Sales, 146 Merrick Road (Per 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Corona: Pomell & Costa Motor Sales, 126-15 Roosevelt Ave. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
East Hampton: Daniel Tucker, Gingerbread Lane (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Elmhurst: Dietrich Motor Sales, 90-30 43rd Ave. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Farmingdale: Ideal Auto Service, Conklin St. (Per 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Glen Head: Frederios Motors, Glen Head Rd. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Great Neck: O.H. Jones, Inc., 21 Station Plaza (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Oyster Bay: J.A. Carson Auto Co., West Main St. (Per 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Queens Village: Plaza Garage, 219-42 Jamaica Ave. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Southold: Koke Bros. Garage (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Springfield: Reynolds Sales & Service, 229-12 Rockaway Blvd. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Stony Brook: A.F. Griffin (Per 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Wood Motor Sales, Foch Blvd. & Fostermeadow Rd. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Long Island City, NY:
Ciaffone Motor Car Co., Northern Blvd. & 48th St. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Schwind & Parker, Inc. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Vancura Machine Co., Inc., 3834 33rd St. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Lynbrook, NY:
John M. Zahn, 581 Merrick Road (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Mahopac, NY:
Lake Ridge Auto Service, U.S. Route No. 6 (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Mamaronech: Gable Motors, 4 Post Road (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)
Manhattan, NY:
Knickerbocker, 136 W. 52nd St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)
Lorbee Motors, 4058 Broadway (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Maspeth, NY:
Heinen Motors, Inc., 6119 Metropolitan Ave. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
William Pase, Inc. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)

Middletown, NY:
American Motor Sales, 8-10 John St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.) and then at 101 North St. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Mount Vernon, NY:
Chester Hill Sales Agency, 25 E. Sidney Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Pel-Vern Motor Car Co., Inc. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)

New England, NY:
Red Ball Garage, 142-156 East 31st St., New York, NY (Also sold Auburn.) (1930 Motor Trips Guide book)
The Red Ball Garage gained noteriety in the 1970's as being the starting place for at least one of the infamous Cannonball Runs - if you have not heard about those the idea was to get from New York City to Redondo Beach, CA, driving, as fast as you could. There were at least 4 of these "outlaw" road races - 1971, 1972, 1975 and 1979. Hudson and Essex cars were involved in transcontinental speed runs, so this is an interesting additional tidbit of information.

New Rochelle, NY:
Hudson Motor Car Company of New York, Inc.
Hudson Motor Car Company of New York, Inc., Main and Spring Sts per New York Herald of Jan 2, 1916 and 567 Main St per New York Tribune of March 23, 1920. Photo shows Talner Jewelers at 567 Main St. location as of 2009. Research in progress to determine if these address were one and the same (Was Centre Ave previously named Spring St?). Click here to view more information and pictures!

Other dealerships in New Rochelle, NY:
Chesterfield Motor Sales Inc. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, and 11/03/35 NY Times.)

New York, NY:
Braemar Sales Corp
Braemar Sales Corp, 1842 Broadway, at 61st Street. Automobile Trade Journal Vol.39 of 1933 reports, "Call them on the 'phone and ask them to buy! That's how maintenace is sold at Braemar Sales Corp., Hudson-Terraplane distributors, New York City. Under the direction of N. Francis Hill, manager of service sales, contacting service customers, even in this crowded metropolis is no "hit or miss" proposition..." Read article on Hudson purchased there..

New York, NY:
Hudson and Terraplane Sales Corp
Hudson and Terraplane Sales Corp., Broadway at 55th (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.) or more precisely, 1730 Broadway at 55th per postcard above. Also, see King Hudson Corp. listing below.

New York, NY:
Hudson Motor Car Co of New York
Hudson Motor Car Company of New York, Inc., Distributor, 1842 Broadway from 1922-1935. (Location became home to Hudson and Terraplane Sales Corp per 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.) Hudson Motor Car Company of New York, Inc. had also been located at 243-249 W. 67th St. circa 1916 as well as Broadway at 61st Street (Circle Building) circa 1916. Click here to view more information and pictures!

New York, NY:
King Hudson Corp
King Hudson Corp., Broadway at 55th St. Photo circa 1940. (Also found in 10/13/40 New York Times ad and featured in July/August 1989 WTN.) Click here for more pictures!

New York, NY:
Lorbee Motors
Lorbee Motors, Inc., 171st and Broadway. Pictured are Lawrence Quirico on left and Roy D. Chapin, Jr. of Hudson on right. Dean Spinei reported in a March/April 1987 WTN article that, "Lorbee Motors was started in 1930 by the three Quirico brothers, my uncles. Lawrence was the Sales Manager, A. "till"was the Master Mechanic, and Dominick the General Manager. My father, Leo Spinei, joined the firm in 1948 as the parts and service manager. Lorbee had three locations all within a few blocks of New York's huge Medical Center complex, which was a major source of customers. The new car showroom was located at 171th Street and Broadway, storage for 25 new cars and used cars was on Tremont Avenue, and the parts & service was located on 167th Street." Ada, the daughter of Lawrence Quirico, responded to the article with, "Perhaps you might be interested in some of the history of Lorbee Motors and how it got its name. Well it all started back in 1929. Uncle Lawrence opened a repair shop on Jumel Place which was situated around the corner and about two blocks north of the garage. He worked there alone. At that time Atillio was working for Otis Elevator Company and Domenic ws working as a mechanic for [unknown] company. Lawrence had a friend called Charlie Boxcino who had a Hudson, Terraplane and Essex franchise. He and my Dad had some sort of working arrangement. In 1933 Mr. Boscino and Dad decided to form a partnership. They took the first 3 letters of Dad's first name (LOR) and the first letter of Mr. Boscino's surname (B) and added 2 EE's and lo and behold Lorbee Motors, Inc. was born. Business was not good in those days, as you can well imagine, depression time, but [Lawrence] held firm. After a while Mr. Boscino got discouraged and [Lawrence] bought his share of the franchise so there was [Lawrence] with a showroom and a repair shop. Enter Domenic. He took over the repair end of it and [Lawrence] ran the showroom and slowly business got a bit better, enough to ask Atillio to join the team. This was shortly before World War II. Then along came the war and there were no cars available to be sold and business came to a standstill. Domenic and Atillio wen to work for defense leaving Lawrence alone once more. He closed up the showroom and kept the garage going. He repaired cars and sold used cars until the war was over at which time Domenic and Attilio came back into the folds. After the war buisness boomed..." (Also seen in 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Other dealerships in New York, NY included:
Hudson and Terraplane Sales Corp, 1842 Broadway. Per 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.
Standard Auto Sales, 260 Delancey St. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Newark, NY:
Johnson Motors
Johnson Motors, Newark, NY. Salt and Pepper Shaker in photo above posibly dates to 1940's.

Newburgh, NY:
Jack Hall, Inc., 435 Broadway (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

New Brighton (Staten Island), NY: Rudolph Motor Co., Inc. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)
North Syracuse, NY:
North Syracuse Motors
North Syracuse Motors, North Syracuse, NY. Hudson dealer Norm Pickard poses with Jet supplied to North Syracuse High School for Driver Training where some 150 students are enrolled in the course.

Nyack, NY:
Lincoln Garage (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Nyack: U.Go Service (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Ossining, NY:
Ackerly & Fanning Motors, Inc. 211 N. Highland Ave. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Wm. C. Holden, Inc. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)

Oyster Bay, NY:
J.A. Carson Auto Co., W. Main St. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Ozone Park, NY:
A. Schrempp & Sons (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Rannbury Motors, 9424 Liberty Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)
Richmond Hill Motor Sales, 9424 Liberty Ave. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Patchogue, NY:
Albin, Roe, & Terry (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Albin, Roe, & Tewski, 270 E. Main St. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times and 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)
Bob Ritchie Motors, 43 Division St. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Walter Motors, 270 E. Main (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Peekskill, NY:
Townsend Motors, Inc., 224 Washington St. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Plattsburgh, NY:
Church & Morhous
Church & Morhous, Inc., Plattsburgh, NY.

Port Jefferson, NY:
Mayor Motors or Meyer Motors? Address Unknown, years of business unknown.

Port Washington, NY:
Howard Motors, 86 Port Washington Blvd. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Hults Motors, Port Washing Blvd. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Poughkeepsie, NY:
Fred C. Hornbeck, 650 Main St. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Packard-Poughkeepsie, Inc. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)

Richfield Springs, NY:
Simmons Garage Co.: Sold Hudson as well as Overland, Willys Knight, and Oldsmobile. (Per 1923 Automobile Blue Book.)

Richmond Hill, NY:
Patterson & Dolan
Patterson & Dolan, Inc., Richmond Hill, NY. Postcard advertising 1948 Hudsons postmarked in 1947.

Rochester, NY:

Alling & Mills Inc., 82 Stone Street near Court, Rochester, NY. March 24, 1918 newspaper ad. 82 Stone is also shown in 1936 Rochester city directory.

Rochester, NY:
DeBree Motors
DeBree Motors, 1891 Dewey Ave, Rochester, NY.

Rochester, NY:
Duffy-McKenna
Duffy-McKenna Inc, 1301 Ridge Road East. Click here for more pictures and information on the dealership.

Rochester, NY:
Standard Motor Sales 1933
Standard Motor Sales, 626 West Main Street. In 1933 Anthony R (Andy) Ralph, opened his first building at 626 West Main Street which was originally called Standard Motor Sales. He sold Hudson cars and then Packard for a short time until the fall of 1937 when the 1938 Pontiac was announced. Click here for more history!

Rockville Center, NY:
William R. Glover (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, and 11/03/35 NY Times.)
Flower Garage, Sunrise H'way & N. Marion (Per 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Rosedale, NY:
Bardalamas Bros. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, and 11/03/35 NY Times.)

Roslyn, NY:
Hassett Motors, Inc. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Scarsdale, NY:
Herman M. Endiekefer (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)

Schenectady, NY:
Brophy Kovacs Salisbury, State Street, Schenectady, NY. The business was known as John Kovacs Garage, a Hudson dealer since well before World War II. After the war, a partnership evoked a name change. They eventually became a Packard franchise in addition.

Other Hudson dealerships in Schenectady, NY included:
Fred Allen, Inc., Schenectady, NY. Featured in Hudson Dealers News of December 1953.

Scotia, NY:
Hathaway Hudson
Hathaway Garage Co., 50 Mohawk Ave., Scotia, NY

Southampton, NY:
Johnson's Garage (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)

Stapleton (Staten Island), NY: Dinkel & Stevens, Inc., 50 Tempkins Ave. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad, 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad, 11/03/35 NY Times and 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)
Suffern, NY:
Alex Van Houten, Main St. (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Thomas R. Chapman (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)

Staten Island, NY:
West New Brighton, NJ: Shortt Motor Sales, Inc. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad and 11/12/1936 NY/NJ newspaper ad.)
West New Brighton: Staten Island Motors, Inc., 1447 Richmond Terrace (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Stony Brook, NY:
Archie F. Griffin (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)

Stony Point, NY:
Stony Point Garage (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Suffern, NY:
Alex Van Houten (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Syracuse, NY:
Sleeth Motors
Sleeth Motors, 932 West Genesee, Syracuse, NY. Circa 1948.

Tottenville (Staten Island), NY: Bentley Motors, 7595 Amboy Road (Per 11/13/38 New York Times ad.)

Walden, NY:
Municipal Sq. Garage, Municipal Square (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

White Plains, NY:
Brower Motor Sales (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Daniel S. Miller, 174 Grove St. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times, 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad, 11/13/38 New York Times ad, and 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)

Wolcott, NY:
Wilmoth Motors
Wilmoth Motors, 74 New Hartford St., Wolcott, NY. Wilmoth Motors began on April 6, 1936 as Wilmoth and Younglove. A bankrupt Chevrolet garage provided the location for the address shown in photo. Wilmoth and Younglove began selling Hudsons and Terraplanes, and later added Mack Trucks to the lineup. Wilmoth bought out Younglove in 1942 around the same time the government put a freeze on any new car sales. When sales resumed, Wilmoth sold their new cars to the local customers as opposed to some dealers who sold their cars right at the Buffalo dock because of the high demand. Morrison "Bus" Wilmoth decided to sell his business to an employee, Cliff Parton, when he saw the 1955 models that resulted from the Hudson and Nash merger. "Bus" sold the building to a marketplace and Parton sold Hudsons from another location until 1956. This information was paraphrased from the Jan/Feb 1989 WTN. Pick up a back issue to read complete story!

Wilcott Pharmacy
Wilmoth Motors building is seen here in a 1988 photo showing a disappointing conversion into a Wolcott Pharmacy.

Woodhaven, NY:
Clauss & Menninger, Inc. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)
Richmond Hill Motor Sales, 97-12 Jamaica Ave. (Per 11/12/1936 New York/ New Jersey newspaper ad.)

Woodmere, NY:
Zipp's Garage, Inc. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)

Yonkers, NY:
George W Wood
George W. Wood, Inc., 236 South Broadway. Circa 1928.

Other dealership in Yonkers, NY included:
Cooney Motor Sales, Inc., 232 S. Broadway (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
McCready & McGovern Motor Co. (Per 11/03/35 NY Times.)
New Central Motor Co., 1000 Central Ave. (Per 10/13/40 New York Times ad.)
Sax-Resenfeld Motors Corp. (Per 01/06/1935 New York Times ad and 01/13/1935 NY/NJ Sunday Mirror newspaper ad.)


NORTH CAROLINA

Burlington, NC:
Burlington North Carolina
Stanley H. Motor Company 736 S. Main St. It was a former Hudson, Packard, and Studebaker dealership. Moved to this location in Sept. 1929. In later years it operated as a Buick dealership, and a hardware store when this picture was taken. The current owner has plans to turn it back into an antique car facility.

Kinston, NC:
Barnes & Cox Motor Co., 105 West Blount Street. Packard and Hudson Sales & Service circa 1950. See ad in Play Pamphlet (page 42).

Fayetteville, NC:
Bleecker Motor Sales
Bleecker Motor Sales. In business since 1938, it is still a family owned business now with several locations and brands. Click here for more pictures and information.

Rocky Mount, NC:
Hoggard-Vann
Hoggard-Vann, Rocky Mount, NC. The owners of the dealership were Lyman B. Hoggard and John A. Vann. Photo circa April 1947.

Raleigh, NC:
K & W Motors
K & W Motors, Inc., Raleigh, NC. 1953 photo shows C.K. Wishon, Sr., presidnet of K and W Motors, Inc., at left, and C.W. Margetts, Alexandria Zone Manager, at right. When asked why he values his Hudson franchise, Mr. Wishon says [in December 1953 Hudson Dealer News] he thought long and hard about the main reson he values his Hudson franchise because there were so many answers. He says, " First, Hudson has always built good cars and for years I've been able to give my many customers more than their dollars worth. That makes for happy customer relations and a large valuable repeat business. Second, my mechanics like working on Hudson. The men stay with me amd make money for both of us and today, more than ever, I've got to look to my service department for part of my living. Third, now that I've got the Jet, I'm taking a great many other makes in trade so I've been able to balance my sued car stock and my used cars are moving. Fourth, I have to live with my factory, and from what I'e been hearing from other make dealers, that can be rough. I've found teh Hudson factory human, sympathetic to my many problems, experienced enough to counsel with and gain some sound advice and not forever applying pressure. I order my cars as I want them, how I want them and that's just the way I get the cars."

Raleigh, NC:
Powell-Stewart Motor Co
Powell-Stewart Motor Co, 419 S. Wilmington St. Clipping from 2-18-57 Automotive News. Building destroyed in historic fire in late April of 1957!

Southern Pines, NC:
Walter Motor Co., Southern Pines, NC (1926 Auto Blue Book/touring guide)

Wilson, NC:
Motor Sales Co
Motor Sales Co., Wilson, NC. Hudson-Essex dates this sign to at least the 1930's.


NORTH DAKOTA

Dickinson, ND:
G.R. Vestal
G.R. Vestal, 1st Ave East, Dickinson, ND.

Fargo, ND:
Doyle Motor Co., was an Overland dealer, then took on Hudson and Essex in 1921. Sold out to Johnson & Backman in 1923.
Johnson & BackmanAndy Johnson & Fritjiof Backman. In business from 1923 to 1930.


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