02 June 2015

Rear gunners

Pointers named Tyree and Skeeter poke through portholes in a Plymouth. Notes accompanying the photograph—which was published in a 1958 National Geographic book about dogs—say the animals' owner, E. D. Todd of Victoria, British Columbia, installed the openings in the trunk "to give dogs light and air when he went driving."
Photo credit: Margaret G. Zackowitz

1 comment:

  1. So I must assume people stored their dogs in unopen/dark trunks while traveling before this!?


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