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Automobile Stuck in the Mud

An automobile stuck on a muddy road in 1909. The sign on the car reads U.S. Office Public Roads and American Highway Assn [Assistance]. As you can see in the photo, roads were not paved in rural areas. In response to the increasing amount of automobiles, road building grew.

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Automobile stuck in the mud
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Barden, Albert. N_53_15_7070 Auto Stuck in Johnston County Mud 1909. 1909. Photograph. State Archives of North Carolina, NC's photostream. (Accessed December 12, 2018).

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