- Item 66111 - Road scene in Maine, Vacationland, ca. 1930
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- Item 66111
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A publicity postcard of a winding guard rail keeping cars safely on the road. The state was first heavily promoted as Vacationland in the 1930s, when the slogan was printed on license plates to remind residents and visitors of its new identity.Show Details
The caption reads, "Road scene in Maine, Vacationland."
The Tichnor Brothers printing company published this type of postcard circa 1920-1935.