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Gasoline Ration Card
Description: This gasoline ration card was used during World War II when the United States government implemented a rationing program for food and supplies vital to the war effort. The ration card would have allowed the holder to purchase "one unit" of gasoline for a boat or automobile. The ration card is part of a collection of war ration books issued by the U.S. Office of Price Administration to Raymond M. Jones, Bernadine O. Jones, William Edward Jones, and Anna C. Sick of Columbus, Ohio. The card measures 4" x 3" (10.16 x 7.62 cm). View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: Om3328_4713170_005
Subjects: Daily Life; Transportation; Military Ohio; World War II; Rationing; Automobiles; Gasoline
Places: Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio); Washington (District of Columbia)