Small sepia-toned photographic print captioned on verso as "Van Dyke Ave. looking north, April 25th, 1918." An early automobile is parked to the right, and several more are visible in the distance. Two and three-story homes are on either side of the street. Several pedestrians walk along the sidewalk in the distance. The trees are still bare.
Black and white photograph of three children, presumably those of Joseph Patrick O'Dwyer, sitting in two cars parked side by side. One child sits in the car on the left at the wheel. Two children sit in the car on the right. A bench swing sits in the yard just behind the two cars. "1904" is printed in the lower left corner of the image.
Sepia-toned photograph of a man in an early runabout-style car parked on the west side of Woodward Avenue at Atwater Street. A sign reading "Sheriff 1912" is hung from one of the car's roof supports. H.D. Edwards and Company's building stands in the background. Other signs posted on the building advertise "Sail Makers and Rigging[...]" and "Awnings, Tents" in reference to the J.C. Gloss Company and the Detroit Awning and Tent Company, who also shared that building.
Mounted autographed sepia-toned bust portrait photograph of Charles B. King in profike wearing suit, round-collared shirt, tie, and glasses. The photo is signed by King with the enscription, "For Alfred O. Dunk 1920." A typewritten label caption on the matting reads "Charles B. King Built and Operated the First Automobile on the Streets of Detroit 1894 (Oliver E. Barthel was the first passenger)."
Color postcard depicting men, women, and children in a parked tour bus, the side of which reads "Dietsche Sight Seeing Co., 83 Woodward Ave. Printed on verso: Tour de Luxe. Seeing Detroit. Belle Isle Park, the most beautiful Island Park in this country, Belle Isle Aquarium. Casino, Horticultural Building, Bathing, Beaches and Lake Ste. Clair. The Great Ford Plant which employs forty thousand people and turns out over three thousand cars per day. The Boulevards - East and West Grand, Boston and Chicago boulevards; also the Indian Village, Detroit's finest residence sections. No Waiting - Cars leave promptly. Satisfaction absolutely guaranteed or money refund.
Black and white photographic postcard depicting men, women, and children in a Metropolitan Sight-Seeing Car. Text on the side of the vehicle reads "Headquarters Oxford Hotel". A banner on the side of the vehicle reads "Detroit, Belle Isle, Water Works and Gladwin Park." Handwritten message on verso, postmarked Jul 5 1910.