Imported Gasoline Was Sold at This Service Station, During the Fuel Crisis in the Fall and Winter of 1973-74...02/1974

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    Original Caption: Imported Gasoline Was Sold at This Service Station, During the Fuel Crisis in the Fall and Winter of 1973-74. It Was as Much as Twice the Price of Domestic Gas and There Were Few Customers at First. But the Numbers Increased as the Crisis Grew 02/1974

    U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13043

    Photographer: Falconer, David

    Subjects:
    Portland (Multnomah county, Oregon, United States) inhabited place
    Environmental Protection Agency
    Project DOCUMERICA

    Persistent URL: arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=555495

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    1. Adrienne Johnson SF 25 months ago | reply

      As of 2010, that gas that was $1.74/gal would be $7.61/gal. The national salary average in 1974 was $8030.76 (equivalent to $35,124 in today's dollars.).

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