Snapshots: Traffic Fatalities, 1946

Traffic Fatality Sign (1946)

April, 1946- In a public education effort to cut down upon traffic fatalities, a sign on the east lawn of Old City Hall marked the number of days between such events. From its installation in 1940 to its removal in late 1947, the highest number it ever displayed was “08.”
– RJ White


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