Business Brisk on Automobile Row

This is a neat article from the March 26, 1910 Indianapolis News talking about the business impact of the March 1910 Indianapolis automobile show for the showrooms of "automobile row." Automobile Row was an area in downtown Indianapolis that was initiated by Indianapolis Motor Speedway founder Carl Fisher in the early 1900's when he established one of the first automobile dealerships in the United States. Others followed his example and soon a cluster of automobile show rooms and accessory companies sprouted up. Enjoy a snapshot of the state of the automobile business in the spring of 1910.

news032610.pdf20.25 MB