In early December 1955 the New Haven Railroad held a management seminar in Hartford, CT. This was known as the "Planned Progress" seminar. The main purpose of the seminar was for each department head on the railroad to report on how his organization was helping to support the goals and objectives of the McGinnis administration. One important feature of this seminar was a color side presentation showing the application of the new image designs to structures and equipment. Wonder what happened to the slides. This is the program from this event. It is from the collection of Marc Frattasio.