Albert Kahn Associates records: 1825-2014 (bulk 1900-1945)
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Traffic problems II [series]
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The Coward.

(Man marked HIT-RUN DRIVER hides behind curtain as accident victim is carried to the ambulance)

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No caption.

(Man marked DETROIT and man marked HIGHLAND PARK COUNCIL smile as their children marked DETROIT BOULEVARD STOP ORDINANCE AND H.P. BOULEVARD STOP ORDINANCE respectively greet each other)

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The End of the Street Game.

(Motorist tries hard not to hit small boy as he runs into the street in front of him to catch a ball)

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You Can't Beat Death.

(Death personified in a black robe carrying a scythe saying, "C'MON HURRY" stands on a railroad grade crossing and beckons to a car)

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Where the Load Belongs.

(Car marked WILFUL VIOLATOR is loaded down with papers marked TRAFFIC LAWS and driven by a man saying, "WHY DON'T YOU CARRY SOME OF THIS?" to the driver of another car marked LAW ABIDING. This driver saying, "DON'T NEED TO BOTHER")

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Help Wanted.

(Policeman saying, "YES I CAN'T DO IT ALONE" sits at a desk overflowing with papers marked CARELESSNESS, SPEED MANIA, RECKLESS, ETC. A well-dressed man marked I.M. EVERYBODY saying DID you SEND FOR ME, SIR? hold out a letter reading to Mr. EVERYBODY DETROIT)

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No Caption.

(Man wearing hat marked JANITOR stops traffic to let school children cross the street)

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The Motorist Dream.

(Man in bed is frightened by ghosts marked NO LEFT TURN, STOP THROUGH STREET, SLOW SCHOOL ZONE, NO RIGHT TURN, NO PARKING, etc)

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"Read, reflect and Inwardly Digest".

(Man marked DETROIT MOTORIST saying WE CAN ALL TRY EVERYTHING ONCE is reading from a large page reading NEW TRAFFIC CHANGES-EFFECTIVE TODAY)

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Every Schoolyard Should Be A Playground.

(Three panels: 1. One can always replace another window, but-Boy throws ball through a window. 2. WHAT MONEY CAN REPLACE THIS DAMAGE? Boy is struck by a car. 3. (Answer) PLAY IN THE SCHOOL YARDS. Man saying, "C'MON KIDS" beckons to children to come into area marked HOUGHTON SCHOOL PLAYGROUND NOW OPEN)

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He Can Do It and Should.

(Well dressed man marked JOHN LAW saying, "I'LL TAKE CARE OF THIS". tears paper marked DRIVERS LICENSE while man with a bottle of liquor in his pocket looks on)