Advertisement for Dunlop Rubber Company: Buy Peace Loan Bonds
|Collections||Dunlop Rubber (Australia) Limited|
|Date created:||1918 - 1920|
An advertisement comprising a large drawing of a tyre in a text box superimposed on a scene of three men driving on a country road. The tyre is the Railroad type because the tread pattern is like that of sleepers on a railway track. The main caption refers to the loan bonds that were introduced in 1915 to raise finance for the war effort, but which from July 1919 were sold as Peace Loans in order to fund repatriation schemes for returned soldiers.
|Other Identifiers:||Neg. 3601|
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