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We are a group of automotive enthusiasts from around the globe who are passionate about researching and recording automotive history.  This website reflects our varied interests and has a “members only” component with digital records of past SAH publications as well as high definition photography of vehicles from around the world.  Nearly all significant automotive authors past and present have been or are members. 

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2016 SAH Automotive History Conference

2016 SAH Automotive History Conference

2016 SAH Automotive History Conference

2016 SAH Automotive History Conference

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Editor for Automotive History Review Sought

 

The Society of Automotive Historians has an opening for editor of the Automotive History Review, to succeed Kit Foster, who is retiring from the position. The ideal candidate would have a broad-based knowledge of automotive history as well as experience editing a comparable publication. Design and layout expertise would also be welcome. Interested candidates should contact Tom Jakups, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 860 983-5972.The editor solicits and receives articles from members and nonmembers. As a general rule, these articles should not have been published elsewhere. Submission of manuscripts in electronic format is encouraged. The editor reviews and amends each article for consistency with SAH style. Where there are substantive questions, the answers to which may require revisions to the manuscript, the editor works with the writer to resolve the questions. When the editor is satisfied that the article is publishable, s/he chooses a peer reviewer and submits the article for comment.The editor oversees the production, printing, and mailing of the Review.Unless otherwise elected to the Society’s Board of Directors, the editor is not a member of the board, but is invited by the president to attend the board’s semi-annual meetings, one of which is at Hershey in October, the other in the spring in varying locations in the United States.  The editor presents, either in person or via email, a statement of the cost of producing and mailing issue(s) published since the last meeting, and discusses briefly the content and scheduling of the next issue of the publication.While the by-laws do not establish a publication schedule, in recent years the Review has been published twice yearly. This is a volunteer position. ditor, Automotive History Review

The Society of Automotive Historians has an opening for editor of the Automotive History Review, to succeed Kit Foster, who is retiring from the position. The ideal candidate would have a broad-based knowledge of automotive history as well as experience editing a comparable publication. Design and layout expertise would also be welcome. Interested candidates should contact Tom Jakups, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 860 983-5972.The editor solicits and receives articles from members and nonmembers. As a general rule, these articles should not have been published elsewhere. Submission of manuscripts in electronic format is encouraged. The editor reviews and amends each article for consistency with SAH style. Where there are substantive questions, the answers to which may require revisions to the manuscript, the editor works with the writer to resolve the questions. When the editor is satisfied that the article is publishable, s/he chooses a peer reviewer and submits the article for comment.The editor oversees the production, printing, and mailing of the Review.Unless otherwise elected to the Society’s Board of Directors, the editor is not a member of the board, but is invited by the president to attend the board’s semi-annual meetings, one of which is at Hershey in October, the other in the spring in varying locations in the United States.  The editor presents, either in person or via email, a statement of the cost of producing and mailing issue(s) published since the last meeting, and discusses briefly the content and scheduling of the next issue of the publication.While the by-laws do not establish a publication schedule, in recent years the Review has been published twice yearly. This is a volunteer position.