National Geographic : 1920 Mar
LOCOMOBILE 1899-1920 AS the Locomobile enters its twenty-first season of activity, it seems appropriate and desirable to make an expression of appreciation to the many admirers and supporters of our unusual policies. The Locomobile as is well known, is conceded the foremost position among motor cars. Abroad as well as at home, the reputation of the car is of the highest; and if a specific illustration were needed, the selection of the Locomobile as the car for General Pershing to use officially in France, is sufficient to express the esteem in which the car is held. Every one knows also that the great prestige of the Locomobile was built up by years of constant adherence to the most elevated standards of design and workmanship. And every one further understands that extraordinary extremes of care and painstaking have been gone to in the Locomobile Works, so as to make each car superior in detail. Such traditions and such ideals greatly encourage and stimulate the always difficult task of maintaining and increasing high quality; and they point the way clearly to a continuance of the policies that made such a success possible. In a word the Locomobile will continue to be a car of the greatest strength, luxury, and refinement, and the name "Locomobile "will always be an expression of the utmost high quality. The present model will be continued. There will be no radical changes. The Locomobile policy is thus re-affirmed; and the car will go on to greater and greater triumphs in its own peculiar and special field. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you'