Title: Motoring in Wisconsin: 1922 Official Year ...
Publisher: Milwaukee [?]: Wisconsin Motorists Association, Burdick-Allen Company Publishers, 1922
Publication Date: 1922
127 p. plus several pages for "Motor Trip Notes." "This is the Motorists' Encyclopedia of Wisconsin. Gives cities, populations, routes, story of the town, local and historical points of interest, industries, camp sites, complete map and guide charts and drawings, motor laws and general information." Many of the town descriptions include the name of the local garage and auto supply businesses. The book also has a general overview of Wisconsin, a chapter on car care, a brief history of the state's highway system, and other information. The book sold for $3.00 and included an annual paid-up membership in the association, of which Pettric was the president. Includes fold-out map tipped inside the back cover-"Our Own Map, Never Sold, Always Free"-in perfect condition. Soft sage green hard cover with raised title and decorations, approximately 7" x 5", fine. Bookseller Inventory # 012115VP
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