In conjunction with the streetcar opening this weekend, Old Pueblo Trolley has worked in cooperation with Drachman Institute at the U. of A's. downtown location to produce a window display of Tucson's Streetcar History, and to present a program on the streetcar history 4 times during this weekend. I was hoping you might help us get the word out by sending something out to your e-mail list.
Details of the presentation are on the attached poster and here is more on the window display:
WINDOW DISPLAY AT DRACHMAN INSTITUTE UA-DOWNTOWN FOR MODERN STREETCAR OPENING
Old Pueblo Trolley and Drachman Institute invite you to view an interpretive photo exhibit of 117 years of Tucson streetcars. Prepared in conjunction with the July 25, 2014 opening of Sun Link, Tucson’s new Modern Streetcar, the exhibit traces the history from horse- and mule-drawn streetcars of the 19th century to electric streetcars of the early 20th century to the revival of streetcars by the volunteers of Old Pueblo Trolley in 1993 to the celebration of the start of service on Tucson’s 21st century “modern” streetcar. The exhibit can be viewed at any hour in the display windows of the University of Arizona – Downtown, 44 North Stone Avenue at Pennington Street.