History of the Packard Plant - Part 1
The first Packard is built at Packard Electric, founded in Warren, Ohio, by brothers James and William Packard.
Detroit investors, led by Henry Joy, buy controlling interest in Packard Motor Car Co.
Packard moves into new factory, designed by Albert Kahn, along East Grand Boulevard.
Kahn designs Building #10, the first factory ever built of reinforced concrete. He revolutionizes the design of factories nationwide.
Packard builds Liberty engines at the plant for U.S. military aircraft.