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The Progressive Autoist was published in Topeka, Kansas, by J. E. Hazen, editor and publisher. It was a national publication issued monthly in the interests of autoists and the good roads movement. The individual issues may include narrative driving directions from city to city; advertisements; hand drawn maps of cities, counties, and states showing the most favorable routes; advice on operating an auto; occasional poetry; articles on motorcycling, cycling, good roads advocacy; and notes and minutes from the meetings of advocacy organizations.

Creator: Hazen, J. E.
Date: May, 1911-March, 1913


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The progressive autoist - Vol. 1 No. 1, May 1911

Item Number: 221738
Call Number: K 629.205 P94
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 221738

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