ANA Convention – Atlanta, Georgia – August 8-12, 2001
Several PNNA members attended the Atlanta anniversary convention and had a good time, learned a few things, and maybe even made some new acquisitions! The convention was successful and the host committee did an excellent job, although the convention was not as well attended as the 2000 convention in Philadelphia.
The following photos show some of the persons and activities associated with the convention.
Outgoing ANA president Robert Campbell.
Incoming ANA president John Wilson.
Scott and Lisa Loos at ANA Club Rep Breakfast.
Larry Rowe receives the Glenn Smedley Memorial Award.
Eric Holcomb (center) receives 1st place in exhibit class 15, Private Mint Issues since 1960.
"Ship of Gold" Exhibit - S.S. Central America.
"Eureka" 930+ ounce gold bar from the "Ship of Gold."
1913 Liberty Nickel exhibit.
Randy'L H. Teton, ANA intern and model for Sacagawea on the new "golden" dollar, spoke about "Face of the New Millennium - Sacagawea."
ANA Convention – New York City, New York – July 31 – August 4, 2002
Several PNNA members attended the New York City anniversary convention and had a good time, learned a few things, participated in important meetings, and maybe even made some new acquisitions! The convention appeared to be successful, with the host committee doing an excellent job.
The following photos show some of the people and activities associated with the convention. Photography by Eric Holcomb and Larry Gaye. Comments on the Association of Dedicated Byzantine Collectors (ADBC) meeting, one of several specialty meetings at each convention: The foreground of the photo shows Portlander Mike Bezayif examining a coin. Larry Gaye reports, “Amazingly we drew walk-ins at our meeting at noon on Thursday who were very interested in the ADBC.”
Larry Rowe (green jacket, left) receives the ANA Medal of Merit.
Kathy Rowe (light green jacket, right) receives the Glenn Smedley Memorial Award.
ANA President John Wilson makes opening remarks at the Representative's Breakfast.
National Coordinators Scott and Lisa Loos with Regional Representative Eric Holcomb (right).
Billboard celebrates Broadway legends Les Misérables and The Phantom of the Opera.
Entry to the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel at 45th and Broadway.
A "bird's eye" view of activity on one of two bourse floors inside the Marriott.
Larry Rowe volunteers each year at photo registration
A meeting of the Association of Dedicated Byzantine Collectors.
Convention Medal (obverse) depicting the Statue of Liberty.
Convention Medal (reverse) depicting the New York City skyline.
ANA Convention – Baltimore, Maryland – July 30 – August 3, 2003
Several PNNA members attended the Baltimore anniversary convention and had a good time, learned a few things, participated in important meetings, and maybe even made some new acquisitions! The convention was one of the most successful ever, highlighted by the simultaneous display of all five 1913 Liberty Head Nickels (one of which was missing for 40 years).
The following photos show some of the people and activities associated with the convention. Photography by Eric Holcomb.
Outgoing ANA President John Wilson addresses the club rep breakfast meeting.
National Coordinators Scott and Lisa Loos present hand-made medal set to ANA Volunteer Coordinator Rachel Irish.
Registration area inside the Baltimore convention center.
Entry to the exhibit hall, early on Saturday morning! Note new ANA logo.
National volunteers Kathy and Larry Rowe at the Saturday night banquet.
1913 Liberty Head Nickel exhibit.
Model of Roman ship from Ben Hur.
Large model of USF Constellation.
Model of Diligente Brig, 1836.
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