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We support scholarly and instructional work both within our community and the greater community. Our mission honors deep appreciation of automotive history through archival work, as well as preservation, conservation, and restoration of automobiles.
The goal of RevsEd is to help develop a new level of knowledge and respect for the automobile. RevsEd is an advocate of the automobile as an archaeological artifact, technological device, art object, and agent for social and economic change.
RevsEd is a new program offered by Revs Institute®. It supports both virtual and traditional learning, using educational environments.
The programming associated with RevsEd offers substantial new perspectives to a wide range of individuals through exhibitions and educational workshops.
The Library and Archives at Revs Institute holds archival collections containing original diaries, engineering documents, letters, papers, photographs, and scrapbooks from individuals and organizations that have left their marks in automotive history and the pageant of motor sport. Revs Institute grants access to researchers with an interest supported by the collection.