Emily R. Benoit

Collection Processing: The Finding Aid—Our Grand Finale

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Maximize your collection’s research potential by creating a finding aid.
Earle C. Anthony Packard Building in Oakland, CAthe Packard Motor Car Foundation

The Persian Palace of Packard

When this photo in the PPG Vault collection caught my eye, it…
Emily R. Benoit

Collection Processing: The Moment You've Been Waiting For (Rehousing!)

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Time to tuck in your archival collections for a long, safe rest! Explore the rehousing process with some simple tips.
1987 Lincoln Patty AnneBruce Blevins

Patty Anne - Part 9 (and Final Entry) of Why People Name Their Cars After Women

Patty Anne is a 1987 Lincoln I inherited from my mother in 2017. …
Emily R. Benoit

Collection Processing: Getting Ready for Moving Day

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Good news: You won't have to do all the heavy lifting by yourself! Check out these companies who can help make things easier.
The Packard Guild 1933The Packard Motor Car Foundation

Ask The Woman Who Owns One

Men are not the only ones who love Packards.
Emily R. Benoit

Collection Processing: Birds of a Feather, Ducks in a Row

Creating a sensible arrangement for your archival collections is simpler than you think!

The Packard Rosies of World War II

For Women’s History Month, I thought it might be interesting…
Emily R. Benoit

Collection Processing: An Ode to the Inventory List

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Let's see . . . what could be in these boxes? Better keep a detailed record!
1962 Cadillac WilliamBruce Blevins

William - Part 8 of Why People Name Their Cars After Women (and Sometimes Men)

William is the only car named after a man and that’s because…