Rides for soldiers

Hitch-hiking was very common in the 1940s and this sign, placed on the car's dashboard or glued to a window, indicated that the driver was happy to give a ride to anyone in uniform.

adhesive sign, "Rides for Soldiers," Canadian Legion of Ontario, n.d. [1942?]

War, Memory and Popular Culture Archives - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
s.l., 17.7cm x 11.3cm
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