Written by Joel Dickson
Yes, the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum and Research Foundation, Inc. has a library. When established, the LMCF included a vision to have a repository to disseminate Lincoln motor car information to the public. Its purpose is to engage the public in a greater understanding of the living history of the Lincoln brand through various types of publications and documentation.
A working relationship has been established with the AACA Library and Research Center since 2004 for the storage and access of all items in the LMCF library collection. Information is available on line at aacalibrary.org; contacting the library at 717 534-2082; or by visiting in person at 501 W. Governor Road, Hershey, Pennsylvania, Monday thru Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Donations of any Lincoln motor car related items including sales brochures, service manuals, historical documentation, factory photos, books, advertisements, etc. from the Leland-Lincoln Motor Company era of 1917 through current era are always welcome. If more information is needed, go to the "Contact Us" link.
The LMCF is dedicated to preserving and sharing everything related to the history of the Lincoln motor car to tell the story and heritage of the Lincoln brand for future generations.
Joel Dickson is a Lincoln Motor Car Foundation trustee and chairman of the LMCF Library and Research Committee. He and his wife, Suzanne, who shares his passion for Lincoln history, reside in Ocean City, New Jersey.