April 2021 Second Thursday Talk Women in Automotive History – Remarkable women in the automotive industry and how they’ve affected the car you currently drive. Historically, the automobile industry has had a reputation of being a man’s territory, however, there are some pretty innovative and influential women that have played
Erwin “Cannonball” Baker, Thurs., Dec. 12. Record-setting motorcycle racing pioneer. Presented by Museum Volunteer George Canavan
Billy Durant. Thurs., Oct. 10. The colorful genius who created General Motors. Presented by automotive historian William N. Cathey, Ph.D. William N. Cathey retired in 2012 as Vice Provost and physics professor at the University of Nevada, Reno. His career at UNR began in 1967.
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
John DeLorean and the Gold De Lorean. The golden boy and the golden dream. Presented by Museum Automotive Collections Manager Jay Hubbard, 1:30 – 2 p.m. Museum Theatre, Followed by Refreshments
McPherson College’s One-of-a-Kind ProgramThe only school offering a bachelor’s degree in Auto Restoration.Presented by Museum Docent Craig Williams