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Catalog Number 10116-21
Title Box of "Save-A-Life Crusade" Traffic Safety Sticker
Object Name Sticker
Description Rectangular box. Lid comes off. Inside are 26 different sets of stickers. Colors used in stickers: Green, red, yellow, blue, white, black. Top of box lid: "Save-A-Life" Crusade to reduce traffic deaths and accidents.
color: orange, grey, black, white
Date 1955
Year Range from 1955
Year Range to 1955
Culture American
Material paper, ink, cardboard
Made Save-A-Life League of America; Paramount Paper Products
Place of Origin USA: Nebraska (Douglas), Omaha
Height (in) 9.12
Width (in) 2.62
Diameter (in) 2
Event Save-A-Life Crusade
History From Grifford Mullins-long time director of Lincoln-Lancaster Safety Council, which guided the city in development of programs in traffic safety, child safety, fire prevention and occupational safety. Mullins also co-founder of the Nebraska Traffic Safety Foundation, which assessed the state's trafic safety needs. These stickers were part of a 1955 traffic safety campaign-spearheaded by the Save-A-Life( league Canon-profit org. headquartered in Omaha) and made by Paramount Paper Products( also of Omaha).
Credit line Gifford D. Mullins Collection, Courtesy Mrs. Gifford D. Mullins, Lincoln (Lancaster), Nebraska
Collection Mullins, Gifford D.