Walter Owen Briggs Sr. (February 27, 1877 - January 17, 1952) was an American entrepreneur and professional sports owner. He was the founder of Briggs Manufacturing Company and part-owner of the Detroit Tigers in Major League Baseball from 1919 to 1935, and then sole owner from 1935 to his death in 1952. Briggs also helped found the Detroit Zoo in 1928, and personally paid for many of its first exhibits. He was also a patron of Eastern Michigan University and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
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1948 Packard Super Eight Victoria Convertible
- Coachbuilder: Briggs Manufacturing Company
- Chassis n°: 414305
- Engine n°: TBD