Car trip diary, 1927-1934 and travel blanket of an unidentified woman. The diary records her trips in her Erskine Studebaker and later a new 1934 Ford. Includes are dates, miles, times and who accompanied her, as well as brief remarks. The following description was provided by the seller:
"She writes of attending the 1927 Cleveland Industrial Exhibition and seeing the exhibit titled "The Tower Of Jewels" she attended ball games, boat races again, dances, camping, picnics, Rogersville Centennial, Canton Fair, she rode in an airplane, was hit by a car, hit a wall, ... she sold the Erskine for $65 and bought a brand new Ford $669 in 1934. "
The blanket is a Stroock and measures 55"x58."
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2.0 Linear Feet
Purchased in December 2009.