Little Known Facts about our 1st Source Presidential Carriage Collection
Have you heard of Presidents Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, and Ulysses Grant? Did you know their carriages belong to the Studebaker National Museum? Join Studebaker National Museum, Archivist, Andrew Beckman in an informative session filled with little known facts about these Presidents’ carriages. Mr. Beckman has been involved with the conservation and preservation of these carriages since his first day at the Museum in 1999. This program will educate the audience on the unique story of each carriage and how they came to be an important piece in the Studebaker National Museum collection. Guests will also get an opportunity to learn about the other carriages in the Museum’s prized collection, such as: The Marquis de Lafayette Barouche and the 1893 Colombian Exposition Wagon.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 @ 1:30 in the Wiekemp Auditorium;
$2 admission / FREE to Studebaker National Museum members, refreshments to follow
Design Contest 2014
Have you wanted to design your own Studebaker? Here is your chance! Click on the link below to check out our brochure to learn what can be qualified. Fill out the entry form on the brochure and send it via email or to the Museum.