July 11 | 7pm | Mullin Family Grand Salon
The 20th Century saw the car become a central feature of global economies and societies. Thus, it is not surprising that the automotive industry and the cars it produces play an important role in world politics. In this talk, Education and Programs Manager Jason Hartwig will discuss the relationship between automobiles and international affairs, from the car’s infancy to the modern day.
Event is free to the public; does not include full museum gallery access or parking. Parking in our garage is $12 for public and $10 for members. Seating for this event is limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Please RSVP.
Photos from the Collections of The Henry Ford.