Monday, August 8, 2016

Thurmont, Maryland, USA

Some of Burma-Shave's serial signs tried to sell men (and their wives) a smoother chin, but some sought to deliver a little drivers' education. Not only did the Odells (Burma-Shave's owners) need to keep their customers alive, so did the owners of Camp Cozy in the foothills of the Catoctin Mountains. From 1937:
     Drive With Care
     Be Alive
     When You

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