Chris Ritter video

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    Most of you know the collection of Pierce literature lives in Hershey, here is a short video from the AACA site with info about the storage and use of this great resource. Karl

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rsekj3pkibI

    http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rsekj3pkibI

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    Thanks, Karl.

    It is a nice video.

    You can meet Chris Ritter this Summer at the Rhode Island Meet where he will give a presentation on the Pierce-Arrow collection at the AACA Library.

    Or, I guess that you could go out Karl’s way and meet Chris at the AACA Library.

    BTW, Chris named his son, Pierce!

    An excellent name selection.

    #397332

    this is, once again, a tribute to bernie weiss who had the forthought to preserve something that all of us could draw from (and i have) as well as the foresight to place it in good hands for the years to come. thank you again bernie.

    george quay

    #397333

    I will add my thank you and add what a great resource this is. I spoke with Chris about getting a parts list for my Series 80 Sedan. He was more than helpful and the list arrived at my home shortly after.

    James Powell

    #397334

    Well done video. We are lucky to be a part of the AACA library.

    #397335

    Very nice presentation by Chris, and as mentioned what a great resource, so glad that Bernie and the Society kept this together and in a place where it will be saved and used……bravo!

    I have some files of correspondence between Pierce and a local (Buffalo) machine shop, discussing tools and parts to be made, or made, this would be a good home for those files also, after my estate sale!

    I would urge anyone with out of the ordinary Pierce literature to consider this option also….

    #397385

    I am glad you found the video. It was the first video we did and doesn’t do the collection justice. I am looking forward to Rhode Island in a few weeks and this past weekend I had the chance to see four Pierce-Arrow cars and one P-A bicycle at the AACA Meet in Buffalo. Now I must get back to digitizing more of your society’s collection. I am currently scanning “A Few New York State Routings for Pierce-Arrow Tourists”” published in 1910 — wow do I have a great job!!!”

    #397387

    Chris,

    Thanks for the work you do for The Society; oh, and for the AACA!

    We all look forward to meeting you at the Meet in Warwick.

    I trust that you are also bringing your Pierce, that is, your Son Pierce.

    Peter

    #397388

    Peter,

    Young Pierce will indeed be with me in Warwick. He will be the kid pointing at cars and yelling “Vroom! Vroooom!”””

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