Remembering Camp Crane: 100 Years Later
To commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the United States entering WWI, America On Wheels is proud to present Remembering Camp Crane: 100 Years Later. Camp Crane was established at the Allentown Fair grounds in May of 1917 as a mobilization point and training camp for recruits of the US Army Ambulance Service. It was operational from May 1917— April 1919. The exhibit will be located in the lobby of the museum and feature items from the era.
- AMERICA ON WHEELS IS TURNING “9”. Special $9.00 ADMISSION
- Replica – AMBULANCE 255 WW1 on site April 8th
- 1918 Dodge Brother Light Repair Truck – on site through April
- 1918 Dodge Brothers Army Staff Car – on site through April
- Displays of Trench Art
- PRESENTATION: 11:00am – DETAILING THE HISTORY OF CAMP CRANE AND ALLENTOWN’S ROLE IN WW1
- Carol and Bob Postupak, inspired by custom automotive painting techniques, fused mediums of metal and enamel paints with the color and style of pop art to create a uniquely vibrant and dimensional experience.
OUTDOOR VIEWING OF “PROFESSIONAL CARS” 10AM – 3PM – FREE
Celebrate the MUSEUM’s Birthday as we ”FUEL” curiosity through Education