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Harley-Davidson at Greenfield Public Library

harley-davidson, Greenfield Library

You can probably already hear them.  This weekend celebrates the 110th birthday of Harley-Davidson, the most famed motorcycle company founded in Milwaukee in 1903.  As you will see in the coming days, Harley attracts a loyal following of motorcycle enthusiasts, joyously looking forward to a party in the Cream City every five years since the 90th anniversary of the brand.  Gather your gang and join in on the chaos by viewing some of the holdings on America’s foremost motorcycle company at Greenfield Public Library.



Harley-Davidson: The Ultimate Machine – Tod Rafferty – 796.75 RAF 

Jean Davidson’s Harley-Davidson Family Album: 100 Years of the World’s Greatest Motorcycle in Rare Photos – Jean Davidson – 629.2275 DAV 

Outlaw Machine: Harley-Davidson and the Search for the American Soul – Brock W. Yates – 629.2275 YAT 

Harley-Davidson: The Living Legend – William Green – 629.2275 GRE 

Encyclopedia of the Harley-Davidson – Peter Henshaw & Ian Kerr – 629.2275 HEN 

Harley-Davidson: The American Motorcycle – Allan Girdler – 629.2275 GIR 

Harley-Davidson: A Love Affair – Jim Glastonbury – 629.2275 GLA 

Harley-Davidson in the 1960s – Allan Girdler – 629.2275 GIR 

The Complete Harley-Davidson – Tod Rafferty – 629.2275 RAF 

Harley-Davidson Collectibles – Michael Dregni – 745.12 DRE



Good Vibrations: Coast to Coast by Harley – Tom Cunliffe – 629.284 CUN 

The Old Man and the Harley: A Last Ride Through Our Father’s America – John J. Newkirk – 917.304 NEW



Harley-Davidson Motorcycles – Jesse Young – J 629.2275 YOU


We hope you come in and show your support for an important Milwaukee economic and cultural phenomenon.  And as always, we would love to see you at the Library.

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