2008 LHA conference in Evanston – days 2 & 3

Day 2 of the Lincoln Highway Association conference featured a tour westward into Utah. Here are some scenes from LHA President Jan Shupert-Arick:


Gas station at Echo.


Summit Mercantile and Furniture Company, Coalville.


Studebaker Champion in jumkyard at Castle Rock.


Wayne Pump (manufactured in Fort Wayne, IN) next to Pony Express Service Station/junkyard at Castle Rock.

Cross-country cyclists Buddy Rosenbaum and Bob Chase met up with the conference; here, Jan and Diane Rossiter (Illinois Lincoln Highway Coalition) try out the Piaggio MP3s.

Day 3 featured speakers such as Mindy Crawford (above) discussing preservation issues plus:
• Todd Thibodeaux on Ezra Emery and Wyoming Good Roads;
• Chavawn Kelley on the LHA’s Austin Bement;
• John Waggener on the Medicine Bow Route;
• Heyward Schrock on Highway Architecture;
• John Clark on Automotive History in Utah;
• and Robert Rampton on the 1908 New York to Paris Automobile Race.

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3 thoughts on “2008 LHA conference in Evanston – days 2 & 3

  1. Brian,

    Thank you for including the picture. Jan and I must have appeared to be wild drivers — they wouldn’t give us the keys! Just kidding — I’m sure they would have been more than happy to have us take a little ride around the parking lot. They were very kind. I expect to see them again in DeKalb, Illinois on July 3rd. If I do, may I send more photos?

    Keep up the good work!

    Diane Rossiter, Associate Director
    Illinois Lincoln Highway Coalition

  2. Yep, would love to see phots from their further adventures. Also, would love to post more photos from the conference if you or anyone else would be kind enough to send some.

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