A PEEK AT HISTORY
Collecting Dimes for a Ford
Published from 1873 until 1937, the Delineator was considered to be a journal of fashion, culture and fine arts. This women's magazine also ran fiction and self-help articles, as well as guides that were of interest to its female readers.
Shortly after the end of WWI, the editors of the magazine were asking its readers to contribute 10 cents towards the purchase of a Ford, which would then be sent to help the citizens of the war- ravaged town of Landres et St. Georges in France.
This is an advertisement from the collection of Ben Hardeman.
LET'S GIVE THEM A FORD!
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