With ancient roads, fiberglass families, a ranch of silhouettes, a man and his monkeys, rattlesnake eggs and heaps of fresh melons, this tour offers a trek down New Mexico's lessen-known sections of Route 66 and the always underplayed US 60. Download PDF
The two tours described will lead us past some of the region's more enduring and endearing resources, from auto courts that served the famous divorce trade, and a historic town that gave itself over to television imagery, to a brothel with an international reputation. Download PDF
The Pikes Peak region welcomed the auto tourist with as much enthusiasm as it had the rail tourist of an earlier generation. Colorado Springs, Colorado City, and Manitou Springs all retain many establishments from the Golden Years of automobile tourism, possible one of the best collections in the country.
In the prewar period, Modern architects designed revolutionary buildings which boldly rejected applied ornamentation with inspiration from the organic world and the machine age. Los Angeles became a magnet for many of these visionaries. Download PDF