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Steel Magazine, May 9th 1949


Steel Magazine, May 9th 1949
Detailed study of how a large manufacturing organization got that way—how if started, how it changed over the years, the dominant personalities who made its history, its physical concept today and where it appears to be heading for tomorrow- all combine to make a case history representative of a large section of U. S. industry in the twentieth century. The editors of STEEL have selected Packard Motor Car Co., Detroit, for such an analysis, the first of its kind ever attempted. The choice proved timely, for Packard is now celebrating a Golden Anniversary and has just introduced new models, as well as a unique new automatic transmission, commemorating the event.
Steel Magazine, May 9th 1949


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