GOOD ROADS CONGRESS
The New York Times
December 31, 1922
Two important events connected with the good roads program of the United States will be held in Chicago from Jan. 15 to 19, being the thirteenth American Good Roads Congress and the fourteenth National Good Roads Show.
Thomas J. Wasser, President of the American Road Builders' Association and State Highway Engineer of New Jersey, announces that the program for the congress will be the exact reversal of previous ones. Instead of avoiding controversial subjects as in the past the program will be made up almost entirely of controversial subjects of interest to the road-building movement as a whole.
Both events will be held under the auspices of the American Road Builders' Association, the largest and oldest good roads organization in the country. Road builders to the number of 11,000 will hold their twentieth annual convention in Chicago during the congress. The congress will convene at the Congress Hotel and the good roads show will be in the Chicago Coliseum.
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