2004 Wheelmen National Convention

Baldwin City, Kansas, July 13th - 18th, 2004
Baker University

Dorm Rooms are air conditioned, two beds per room, and two rooms share a common bath.

Baker University is a small campus, and the dorms are within a block of each other.

Thomas the Tank Engine will be in Balwin City on Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the meet!

Pre registration is now closed.
Additionally, the Ladies Tea is now full, and no additional settings are available.

Tillie Anderson

Carrie Miller, a journalist from Gainesville, Florida, is embarking on a project to chronicle women's racing and it's "undisputed champion" Tillie Anderson, the "Terrible Swede" of Chicago. The project involves a book and full-length documentary film.

Ms. Miller is calling all experts and self-styled experts on the topics of women's turn-of-the-century racing and the impact it had on attitudes about women and their clothing styles and feelings of independence. She wishes to film several interviews for use in the documentary during the 2004 Baldwin meet -- primarily on Thursday and some on Friday.

Please e-mail her if you have an interest or expertise in women's racing and its effects, at miller32606@yahoo.com.

Welcome Video
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Photos and Videos by Paula Paine
Picture Perfect Media
303 South Elm Street
Ottawa, KS 66067
(785) 242-5660

Kansas State Captain: James McKenzie, jmck@sunflower.com

Last updated on April 28, 2004