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Annual Meeting of Members & Gala Awards Banquet
Friday, October 6, 2017
Traditions Dining Room
Hershey Country Club
1000 East Derry Road, Hershey Pennsylvania
6:00 PM Fluid-Torque Social Hour Cash Bar
7:00 PM Oktoberfest Dinner Buffet $60.00 per person incl. tax & gratuity
B raised Porsche with horseradish sauce
Marinated Chicken Gläser with braised red cabbage
Grilled Borgward Sausage with sauerkraut
Potatoes, noodles and matching vegetation
Regular and ethanol-free coffee and tea
Join us for fellowship and presentation of the publication, service,
and Friend of Automotive History awards.
Keynote Speakers are Jeff Mahl and Jack Crabtree
Discussing the Harrah Restoration of the New York-to-Paris Thomas Flyer.
Further Information available at this link: http://thegreatautorace.com/info.htm
Make your reservation now by returning the coupon below with your payment.
While on the Hershey pavements, stop at the SAH tent for
rest, rapport and light refreshment.
Our Orange Field location, spaces OBB 17-19
Deadline for banquet reservations September 30, 2017.
Late reservations only as space available – cancellation refunds after the deadline
only if your tickets can be resold prior to the banquet.
Banquet reservation hotline: (810) 639-4547 until Monday, October 1.
Directions: From the flea market area, take Hersheypark Drive east to Laudermilch Road. Turn right, over the railroad overpass, left at next stop sign. Country Club is the first driveway on the right. The dining room is in the main building.
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Automobility and Political Identity in a Neoliberal Age
Friday, January 5, 2018: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
Marriott Wardman Park, Roosevelt Room 4, Washington, DC
Chair: Kathleen Franz, National Museum of American History and American University
Populist Politics and Automobility: Policy Activist Michael Parkhurst and the Use of Film to Advance Neoliberal Ideology
James Todd Uhlman, University of Dayton
Automoibles, Global Warming, and the Triumph of Liberal Individualism: A Bright Future for Automotive Historians
Tom McCarthy, United States Naval Academy
Driving the Neoliberal Surround
Cotten Seiler, Dickinson College
Comment: Kathleen Franz, National Museum of American History and American University