Lecture – Larz and Isabel Anderson’s Automobile Collection
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Free admission; no reservations required
Join us at the American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati for a lecture on local couple Larz and Isabel Anderson’s car collection. The Andersons were enthusiastic motorists and enjoyed collecting automobiles. Their home on Massachusetts Avenue includes murals of their favorite driving routes through the D.C. area. Sheldon Steele, executive director of the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, Mass., shares the history of the Andersons’ car collecting, a hobby that began with an 1899 Winton Runabout and grew to a collection of thirty-two cars over forty-nine years.
This program is held in celebration of Anderson House’s 112th birthday
For more information on the American Revolution Institute’s public programs, visit http://www.societyofthecincinnati.org/events/public.
Museum Education Manager
The Society of the Cincinnati
(202) 785-0729 (fax)