Fuel Crisis

Oregon gasoline dealers were "kidded" about their no gas and other signs at the service stations during the nation's fuel crisis of 1973-74 by a signboard at this motel-restaurant in Klamath Falls, which "restricted" spaghetti intake only among gas dealers. Image courtesy National Archives, 1973. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images).
Oregon gasoline dealers were "kidded" about their no gas and other signs at the service stations during the nation's fuel crisis of 1973-74 by a signboard at this motel-restaurant in Klamath Falls, which "restricted" spaghetti intake only among gas dealers. Image courtesy National Archives, 1973. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images).
Fuel Crisis
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Smith Collection/Gado / Contributor
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01 January, 1973
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