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National Association of Automobile Manufacturers

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National Association of Automobile Manufacturers
Organization

A trade group of automobile manufacturers organized on December 3, 1900 in New York City.

The first officers of the Association as elected in December 1900 were:

  • President S.T. Davis, Jr.
  • First Vice President John H. Flagler
  • Second Vice President J. Wesley Allison
  • Treasurer D.S. Walker
  • Secretary E.P. Wells

    The original Board of Directors as elected in December 1900 (with number of years of term in parenthesis) were:

  • W.C. Baker (2)
  • R.A. Ballantine (2)
  • F.T. Bradbury (1)
  • S.T. Davis (1)
  • W.T. Duryea (1)
  • C.J. Field (3)
  • John H. Flagler (2)
  • J.M. Hill (2)
  • A.L. Riker (2)
  • John Brisben Walker (3)
  • E.P. Wells (3)
  • Alexander Winton (3)
  • Unnamed representative of the Daimler Manufacturing Company (1)

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    Article Index

    DateArticleAgency/Author/Speaker
    December 4, 1900Motor Vehicle Makers Organize.The New York Times


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