Haga, Henry G.


Henry Haga (1931-1988) was born in Milwaukee, WI, attended the University of Wisconsin and graduated from the Art Center School of Design in Los Angeles. Haga joined General Motors and, after experience in all five division studios, was named Chief Designer for Chevrolet in 1963. His influence is especially noted in the Corvette, Monza, Camaro and the Chevy II as well as special show cars. In 1974 he was transferred to Opel in West Germany where he was Director of Design for all European passenger cars for the next six years. After returning to the United States in 1980, he became Assistant Executive chief Designer for the Chevrolet and Pontiac Studios and in 1984 was named Director of the General Motors Advanced Concepts Center in California. (Adapted from Automotive Design Drawing Collection finding aid.)

Collection contains 4 cassettes, 4 WAV files, 4 MP3 files, 1 diskette, and 1 bound transcript. Uploaded July 25, 2021.

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Henry Haga Papers, 1951-1988 (PDF of finding aid)
Creator Name: Haga, Henry G. in Digital Collections

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