PLAN AN AUTO PAGEANT.
The New York Times
September 5, 1914
In Connection with Commercial Tercentenary—Other Auto News.
Plans for the participation of automobiles in the New York Commercial Tercentenary Celebration to be held in October were discusses at a luncheon given by the Committee on Commercial Exhibits and Pageants of the New York Tercentenary Commission at the Automobile Club of America yesterday. A motorized pageant with at least four divisions, enabling both private owner and dealer to take part and compete for the prizes which are to be offered, is to be a feature of the celebration. The necessity of concerted action and the value of such a pageant were pointed out by the speakers, who included Luis Annin Ames, Edward H. Hall, A. E. MacKinnon, Dr. George F. Kunz, E. P. V. Ritter, George H. Duck, and other members of the commission. Elmer Thompson was appointed Chairman of a committee to take up details of automobile organization.
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