Have you really tried to save gas by getting into a car club? This vintage WWII poster encourages the home front viewer to join a car club in order to conserve fuel. A soldier is pictured looking straight ahead while the text asks the viewer if they've done enough to save gas. Illustrated by Harold Von Schmidt, 1944.
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