Hitting the road on this Travel Tuesday for the Thanksgiving holiday? For those of you that want to travel in mid-century style, perhaps a Greyhound Scenicruiser is the answer. Designed by Raymond Loewy in 1942, this two-level coach bus began being manufactured in 1954 by General Motors for the Greyhound Corporation. Chronic maintenance and engine issues led them to be discontinued in 1975, but the vehicle’s iconic design has led to surviving models being popular among some private collectors, who have restored and converted them to use as motorhomes. This photograph is from the Hagley Library’s Raymond Loewy collection of photographs and audiovisual materials (Acc. 2004.255). More images from this collection are available online on our Digital Archive, and can be accessed by clicking here.