Automobile Club of America
An organization of automobile owners founded in New York in 1899. Incorporated on August 15, 1899.
The original club Directors were Directors are Frank C. Hollister, Charles R. Flint, George Moore Smith, Winslow E. Buzby, Whitney Lyon, George F. Chamberlain, Homer W. Hedge, William Henry Hall, and Everit Macy.
|8 June 1899||AUTOMOBILE CLUB FORMED.||The New York Times|
|21 June 1899||New York Automobile Club Formed.||The New York Times|
|16 August 1899||Automobile Club of America.||The New York Times|
|20 December 1899||AUTOMOBILE CLUB CHALLENGE.||The New York Times|
|3 April 1900||AUTOMOBILE CLUB PLANS VAST ROADS||The New York Times|
|4 June 1902||SPEED CONTESTS ON HIGHWAYS BARRED||The New York Times|
|25 January 1903||AUTOMOBILE CLUB DINNER.||The New York Times|
|17 May 1903||NEW AUTOMOBILE LAW DIVIDES THE EXPERTS||The New York Times|
|12 December 1909||A. C. A. Smoker and Meeting.||The New York Times|
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