1923: NADA members gather for a Federal Trade Commission conference.
1933: The first year the N.A.D.A. Official Used Car Guide is published.
1939: The NADA Convention in San Francisco, back when all attendees could fit in a ballroom.
1940s: During WWII, the Army asks NADA to help recruit mechanics for so-called NADA Battalions.
1951: NADA Magazine, promoting an upcoming convention.
1977: Groundbreaking ceremony of the NADA headquarters in Tysons, Virgina.
1977: NADA produces “America’s Automobile Man” —a 45-rpm record promoting dealerships—for use in showrooms or on local radio stations.
1980: Expo hall at NADA Convention in the New Orleans Superdome.
1985: Back to basics: a training ad for what was then called Dealer Academy.
1996: NADA leadership meets with President Bill Clinton, who had just signed legislation phasing out a luxury tax on new cars.
2008: To help renovate school athletic fields after Hurricane Katrina, 2008 NADA Chairman Annette Sykora presents a $400,000 check to Drew Brees, quarterback of the New Orleans Saints.
2014: Actor and former Army infantryman J.R. Martinez, one of many inspirational speakers at the NADA Convention over the years.