Vintage, early 20th century Singer sewing machine on display in the Lodge House at the Packard Proving Ground.Hilary Davis

Small-Scale 20th Century Design: The Singer Sewing Machine

A different kind of 20th Century engineering! Exploring the Singer sewing machine.

Check It Out: Continuing the PPG Library Project

Our holdings include a diverse array of print publications, newsletters, magazines, and Packard-original documents that we plan to preserve and protect for the long term.
1933 Packard "Debby"Bruce Blevins

Debby and Lola - Part 6 of Why People Name Their Cars After Women

I bought two Packards; Debby on a guess and Lola for parts
Margaret at HersheyBruce Blevins

Margaret's Story - Part 5 of Why People Name Their Cars After Women

My fantasy car, a 1933 Packard Victoria Convertible named "Margaret"
1933 Packard "Rose"Bruce Blevins

Meet Rose - Part 4 of Why People Name Their Cars After Women

A rare 1933 Packard Coupe Sedan named "Rose"
black 1933 Packard car

Meet Debbie - Part 3 of Why People Name Their Cars After Women

One of my favorite Packards, "Debbie"
Beautiful black 1933 PackardPackard Motor Car Foundation

Why Do People Name Their Cars After Women?

Thoughts on the practice of naming cars after women