The Lincoln Highway. Thurs., Aug. 8, The road trip that created the Interstate Highways. Presented by historian 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
1923 “Copper-Cooled” Chevrolet World’s rarest Chevrolet and the genius behind it. Presented by Museum Docent John Sell John Sell is a docent at the National Automobile Museum and retired tech executive. He was the founder/CEO of Network Computing Services, the Minnesota Supercomputer Center Inc., and Research Equipment Inc., all companies that
National Automobile Museum Announces Historical Thursday Talk on E.L. Cord, industry pioneer who created empires in transportation.The National Automobile Museum has announced its next topic for the Second Thursday Talks will feature a discussion on E.L. Cord an industry pioneer who created empires in transportation. Errett Lobban "E.L." Cord was
Virgil Exner Visionary designer and corporate savior. Presented by Museum Docent Norm MillerNorman L. Miller has been a docent at the National Automobile Museum for 15 years. He is a member of the Society of Automotive Historians and the Automobile License Plate Collectors Association and has judged for the Museum
National Automobile Museum offers Free Admission to Seniors during Older Americans Month 2019. The National Automobile Musem together with the Administration for Community Living observes the entire month of May as Older Americans Month by offering free admission to seniors. The 2019 theme, Connect, Create, Contribute, encourages older adults and
National Automobile Museum Receives Four NAAMY Awards in 2019 National Association of Automobile Museums Competition. The National Automobile Museum, The Harrah Collection (NAM), in Reno, Nev., was recognized as a first place winner among several categories during the recent NAAMY awards at the 2019 National Association of Automobile Museums conference.
Come explore the first decade of the 20th Century with national and regional authors, historians and experts. Our rural nation was about the business of peace, prosperity and progress. Americans were optimistic and self-confident. In the 35 years since the Civil War the United States had become the first among