Age of Aquarius

Cars of the Counter Culture and Beyond November 23, 2019 - April 26, 2020 This exhibit focuses on the many unique vehicles that were manufactured and marketed in America from about 1967 (the release of the musical Hair) through the early to mid-1970s.  A lot of change was taking in America during this era, and Read More »

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Studebaker Cool

May 18 - October 20, 2019 "Studebaker Cool: 114 years of Innovation" explores South Bend, Indiana's contribution to wheeled transportation.  The exhibit covers the Studebaker Brothers humble start as a wagon manufacturer helping settlers move across the American frontier in Studebaker built Conestoga wagons, but primarily focuses on the last 60 years of automobile production Read More »

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Harley-Davidson

History, Mythology, and Perceptions of America's Motorcycle May 18 - October 20, 2019 Join us during the summer of 2019 for a remarkable journey on America's Motorcycle! The story of Harley-Davidson serves as a parallel narrative of 20th century American culture and history.  The company originated in the industrial age, was the eventual victor in Read More »

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Pontiac-Oakland Club Keystone State Chapter Exhibit

The Keystone State Chapter of the  Pontiac-Oakland Club International exhibit will feature several different types of this iconic GM brands in this gallery display from April - October.  Featured vehicles will rotate and will include early Oakland vehicles, the introduction of Pontiac through GM's muscle car, and "Wide Track" history. The exhibit showcases three different Read More »

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Raymond Loewy: A Retrospective

May 18 -  October 20, 2019 Raymond Loewy:  A Retrospective exhibit is on view in cooperation with Hagley Museum & Library located in Wilmington, Delaware and the Raymond Loewy Estate. Raymond Loewy, (November 5, 1893 – July 14, 1986) was a Franco-American industrial designer who achieved fame for the magnitude of his design efforts, across Read More »

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