The National Automobile Museum’s topic for the August Second Thursday Talk will feature a discussion on the The Lincoln Highway. The road trip that created the Interstate Highways.
It will be held on Thursday, August 8, 2019, 1:30 – 2 p.m., in the Museum’s Theatre. Enjoy a 30-minute talk, Q&A, refreshments and a unique piece of history.
Cost: Free to Museum members. Included with paid admission. Otherwise, $5 per person to attend the talk.
Talk: The Lincoln Highway. The road trip that created the Interstate Highways.
Presented by historian Jim Bonar
Speaker: Jim Bonar
Jim Bonar is a former high school teacher, who finished his career as a math teacher at Sparks High School. His retirement interests include the preservation of historical trails, roads, American Western history, skiing, hiking, woodworking, and extreme off-roading in a Jeep.
Bonar became interested in “roads” as a young child in Green River, Wyoming, while watching the traffic pass through town on Highway 30, also known as the Lincoln Highway. The Lincoln Highway Association was formed in the early 1990s and Jim became a charter member. Currently he serves as the Association’s national Board member for Nevada. For a number of years, he has been giving presentations about western historical events and always enjoys passing on his enchantment of how the West was settled.