Last month we looked at “Noteable Women and their Cars”. This month we will focus in on the Women who worked at the Auburn Automobile Company. The 1920s brought about a wave of social change for woman led by the sufferage movement. Here in Auburn, the effects of the international changes were plenty visible in our own AAC. On Sunday, May 10, Museum Collections Manager, Diane Hall, will take a deeper look at the Woman who worked at the Auburn Automobile Company.
The presentation is free with museum admission and will take place in the Education Center at the Museum.