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Baer Says This Machine is the Latest Model "Moto-Big-Biz-a-Bus"
Baer Says This Machine is the Latest Model "Moto-Big-Biz-a-Bus"
TitleBaer Says This Machine is the Latest Model "Moto-Big-Biz-a-Bus"
Date of Original1922-04-03
CreatorBaer, John Miller, 1886-1970
Creator RoleArtist
DescriptionTwo men, labeled 'Worker' and 'Farmer' pedalling three-wheel vehicle with large man seated speaking into horn towards men saying 'I don't see anything wrong with this system.' Sign at front with 'To Normalcy.' printed on it. The men are sweating and appear to be making vehicle traveling fast.
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General SubjectPolitics & Government
Subject (LCTGM)Farmers
Laborers
Business people
Vehicles
Signs (Notices)
Organization NameNational Nonpartisan League
LocationUnited States
Decade1920-1929
Item NumberHD1485.N4 N66
Format of OriginalDrawings
Dimensions of Original15 x 27 cm.
Publisher of OriginalNational Nonpartisan League
Place of PublicationSaint Paul (Minn.)
Transcription"But we wouldn't be very sure that it won't run out of 'gasoline' soon. It is liable to backfire any time, or get a blow-out. The only reason it runs now is because enough farmers and workers are not organized." --Text with image.
NotesCaption title.
Ill. in: Nonpartisan Leader, April 3, 1922.
Repository InstitutionNorth Dakota State University Libraries, Institute for Regional Studies
Repository CollectionNonpartisan Leader periodical collection HD1485.N4 N66
Collection Finding Aidhttp://hdl.handle.net/10365/6983
Credit LineInstitute for Regional Studies, NDSU, Fargo (HD1485.N4 N66)
Rights ManagementIn public domain.
Languageeng;
Digital IDNPL00089
Original SourceNonpartisan Leader, April 3, 1922
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