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Motor Vehicle Permits – Adie Knox Herman

Rounding out transportation week, here are a couple of interesting bits of local history that appeared on Ebay back about a decade ago. The vehicle permits for Adie Knox Herman, wife of W.F. Herman, namesake of the high school and one time publisher of the Windsor Star, from 1932 & 1933.

How these slips survived and ended up on Ebay I’ll never know… but here they are. Have a good weekend everyone! See you back here Monday.

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