SCA T-Shirt Sale!
BUY TWO OR MORE FOR 20% OFF: you can get the Wildwood shirt and the Odyssey in the Ozarks shirt (in handsome dark brown) from the 2010 Conference (or two or more of one or the other) for 20% off each!
These SCA publications and related items are available for purchase. All items are postpaid except where noted. Please make your check or money order payable to the Society for Commercial Archeology, and mail your order to:
c/o Gregory Smith
1712 W. St. Johns Ave.
Austin TX 78757-1822
The first SCA publication was the NewsJournal. In 1993, the SCA began to publish a quarterly newsletter (first known as the News, now called Roadnotes) as well as the biannual Journal.
We have a good supply of all Journal and News issues for the last few years but many earlier issues are in short supply, or, in some cases, our supply is exhausted. Order your missing issues today!
Some out-of-print SCA publications are now offered as free downloadable PDFs.
SCA News and Roadnotes
The SCA has published its newsletter since 1993.
Bulk discounts available: $75.00 per complete set of available issues.
These handy guides feature tours from past SCA events.
Drivin' the Dixie: Automobile Tourism in the South
Martha Carver, Jeffrey Durbin, Claudette Stager, et al, (1998)
Hefty volume covering two Dixie Highway tours in Tennessee and Georgia from SCA's 1998 conference in Chattanooga. Maps and illustrations.
280 pp. $25.00 postpaid.
Tour Guides for the following SCA events are out of print, but are now avalible as free downloadable PDFs:
1984 - Baltimore
Commercial Archeology Bibliography: Resources for the Road
Edited by Mike Jackson, (1995).
A comprehensive listing of books and magazine articles arranged by topic. 21pp.
SCA Journal Index
Edited by Joe Ashley, (1995).
Articles from Volume 1:1 through 13:1 of the SCA Journal are indexed by author, location, and topic. 22pp
"Americans and the Automobile"
A three-color on black mylar poster from SCA's conference, with images from Henry Ford Museum's "The Automobile in American Life" exhibit (1988).
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