Item #4871 [WW II] Canadian Wartime Tourism Pamphlet "Restrictions? Positively None!!" Dept. of Trade BC Gov't Travel Bureau, Industry.

[WW II] Canadian Wartime Tourism Pamphlet "Restrictions? Positively None!!"

Victoria, BC: BC Gov't Travel Bureau, Dept. of Trade & Industry, 1941. Pamphlet. A wartime pamphlet published in answer to a newspaper article published in the Los Angles Examiner on Sunday, Feb. 2, 1941 where a reader has written to the editor asking if travel is still allowed to Canada. This pamphlet addresses those concerns (and includes a snippet of the article), encouraging American citizens to visit British Columbia, where they are "Free as ever to Come and Go" and "The Tenth Day is Free!!" - due to exchange rates. A folding pamphlet measuring 9.25 x 4 inches wide, opening up to 4 double-sided panels measuring c. 16 inches wide. Minor edge wear, else Fine. Near Fine. Item #4871

The Peace Arch is featured on both covers. * n.b. this item qualifies for low cost letter mail rates if tracking is not desired.

Price: $50.00 CAD  other currencies