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1945 WWII Motor Bus Lines Ad ~ Manpower

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1945 WWII Motor Bus Lines Ad ~ Manpower

Original vintage magazine ad for Motor Bus Lines of America. WWII related ad has a chart (with accompanying text) indicating how much manpower intercity bus lines have carried since the war began. Features artwork by John Howard.

Tagline or sample ad copy: Since 1941, intercity buses have carried more than two billion passengers: Workers to maintain the flow of war materials . . . selectees to make up our fighting power . . . manpower to save urgently needed farm crops . . . military personnel on duty and on leave . . . and a rising tide of veterans returning to their homes and families.

Publication Year: 1945

Approximate Ad Size (in inches): 10 x 13½

Condition: Good to VG.

Price: $13.99

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