A Convertible At A Rock Hill Gas Station In 1941 | History Of SC Slide Collection

A convertible stops at a gas station in Rock Hill in 1941 to "fill 'er up." By the end of the year, World War II gasoline rationing severely restricted automobile pleasure travel.

Courtesy of the Winthrop University Archives.

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