Motor Vehicle Makers Organize.
|Topics: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers
The New York Times
December 4, 1900
The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers was organized yesterday at 11 Broadway. Following are the names of officers elected: S. T. Davis, Jr., President; John H. Flagler, First Vice President; J. Wesley Allison, Second Vice President; D. S. Walker, Treasurer; E. P. Wells, Secretary; Board of Directors, comprising fifteen members, to serve for one, two and three years, respectively: Three years—John Brisben Walker, C. J. Field, E. P. Wells, and Alexander Winton; two years—J. M. Hill, A. L. Riker, W. C. Baker, R. A. Ballantine, and John H. Flagler; one year—S. T. Davis, F. T. Bradbury, W. T. Duryea, and a representative of the Daimler Manufacturing Company.
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