1935 MISSOURI DRIVERS SAFETY GUIDE - WONDERFUL - RARE -
Item History and Pricing
|Year Printed: 1935||Original/Facsimile: Original|
|Topic: Missouri||Publisher: Midland Printing Company|
|Binding: Softcover, Wraps||Place of Publication: Jefferson City, Missouri|
|Subject: Americana||Special Attributes: Illustrated|
Ever wonder how may auto accidents in 1934 were a result of a collision with a horse-drawn vehicle? Find the answer to this question and many others in... this booklet.
It warns of the "road hog," a "very common type of chiseler. He is guilty selfishness that is often disastrous to himself and others. The road hog is a potential killer who either crashes into other motorists or crowds them off the road in their effort to avoid collision." Also, "Don't race trains to crossings. If it's a tie, you lose."
Great illustrations, including a couple of cool photos of the Missouri State Patrol. 32 pages.
Condition: Very good-plus. No marks or underlining. A little yellowing to cover edges. Nice and crisp. SEE PHOTOS.
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