From now through June 1, 2010, a collection of photographs and accessories from the classic Packard automobile will be on display in Terminal A at John Wayne Airport (JWA). The items are on loan from Orange County’s Packard International Motor Car Club and include hood ornaments, Packard ephemera, and photos of Packards, including this 1932 Twin Six Packard Phaeton owned by actress Jean Harlow
And this month, in recognition of Women’s History Month, the American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum near DFW International Airport, is hosting a photo exhibit honoring the contributions of women who have worked for American Airlines and, on Saturdays, showing a series of movies featuring women in aviation.
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2 thoughts on “Packards at John Wayne Airport & a salute to women in aviation at the C.R. Smith Museum”
So sorry! Will make sure to note whether exhibits are pre or post-security in the future.
Went to see the Packard exhibit tonight, but it was in the secured area; we could not get in.
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