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Transportation Ads of the 1940s

General Tire Prize winning show dog theme (1941)
General Tire Prize winning show dog theme (1941)
Boston and Maine Railroad’s Northern England a good place to live – A good place to live is a good place to work (1946)
Boston and Maine Railroad’s Northern England a good place to live – A good place to live is a good place to work (1946)
Austin of England Motor Car the Devon (1948)
Austin of England Motor Car the Devon (1948)
Pennsylvania Railroad – Even through Memorial Day comes in Midweek Train Travel Will Be Heavy These Five Days (1945)
Pennsylvania Railroad – Even through Memorial Day comes in Midweek Train Travel Will Be Heavy These Five Days (1945)
New York Central System’s Water Level Route – Sleep Secrets – of the Water Level Route (1946)
New York Central System’s Water Level Route – Sleep Secrets – of the Water Level Route (1946)
American Airline’s Half-Fare plan – American Airlines (1948)
American Airline’s Half-Fare plan – American Airlines (1948)
Plymouth Sportsman Red Convertible Car Photo (1940)
Plymouth Sportsman Red Convertible Car Photo (1940)
Boston and Maine Railroad’s job opportunities – So I got me another War Job....FAST (1945)
Boston and Maine Railroad’s job opportunities – So I got me another War Job....FAST (1945)
Leathem Boat Ship Pc 551 Trial Run Photo (1942)
Leathem Boat Ship Pc 551 Trial Run Photo (1942)
Pullman Company – Whether you travel Like This... Or Like This, You Get This ...And This ...And This (1947)
Pullman Company – Whether you travel Like This... Or Like This, You Get This ...And This ...And This (1947)
DeSoto Convertible Car De-Soto Vintage (1949)
DeSoto Convertible Car De-Soto Vintage (1949)
Harley-Davidson (1947)
Harley-Davidson (1947)
Wabash / Union Pacific’s "City of St. Louis" Streamliner – the Streamliner "City of St. Louis" Through Sleepers and Coaches St. Louis t Kansas City, Denver & Pacific Coast (1946)
Wabash / Union Pacific’s "City of St. Louis" Streamliner – the Streamliner "City of St. Louis" Through Sleepers and Coaches St. Louis t Kansas City, Denver & Pacific Coast (1946)