Notes: A homefront poster from the Second World War, issued as part of a government effort to eliminate the black market for gasoline. The poster, printed in red and blue on off-white paper, lists eight actions a gas station attendant must take to ensure that the customer's ration card is valid and used correctly. See the June 17, 1943, Chippewa Herald-Telegram for more details on the program.
14 by 20 inches.
Edition + Condition: With old folds, as issued. Small split at center fold at the bottom of the poster. This is an original World War II poster, not a reproduction.
Publication: Washington DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943.
Item No: #308141