US Fuel Crisis

A sign at a petrol station announcing Sunday closures, USA, circa 1974. The sign reads: 'Due to the gasoline allocations we regret that this station will be forced to closed (sic) Sundays'. The measure is in response to the worldwide fuel shortages caused by the oil embargo imposed by the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC). (Photo by Joseph W. Neumayer/Archive Photos/Getty Images)
A sign at a petrol station announcing Sunday closures, USA, circa 1974. The sign reads: 'Due to the gasoline allocations we regret that this station will be forced to closed (sic) Sundays'. The measure is in response to the worldwide fuel shortages caused by the oil embargo imposed by the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC). (Photo by Joseph W. Neumayer/Archive Photos/Getty Images)
US Fuel Crisis
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Archive Photos / Stringer
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155367097
Collection:
Archive Photos
Date created:
01 January, 1974
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Archive Photos
Object name:
J168469102
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