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Studebaker, Packard, Nash, and Hudson


Thursday July 12, 2018: 7:00pm to 8:00pm


Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room


Automotive writer Russell Doré discusses the origins of four major automobile companies of the 20th Century.

Learn how the Studebaker Brothers, the Packard Brothers, Charlie Nash, and Joseph L. Hudson grew their companies and what lead to their ultimate disappearance from the industry. Find out the interesting interactions between these leaders and other major automotive entrepreneurs.

Russell Doré  has presented programs on Henry Ford, Walter Chrysler, and Billy Durant, founder of General Motors. He is a member of the MotorCities National Heritage Area, the Henry Ford Heritage Association, and the Northville Historical Society.

This event is a partnership with the Main Street Area Association and is held in conjunction with their Friday July 13 Rolling Sculpture Car Show.

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This event will be recorded