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“Have you found the better [Caltex] way?”

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Caltex is a petroleum company formed in 1936 as a partnership between Chevron and Texaco aiming to acquire a larger market share of the Eastern Hemisphere. It aided the Allied war effort during WWII and significantly expanded in the postwar years.

This colorful pictorial map was published in a 1962 magazine and it shows the various methods of transportation fueled by Caltex products, even a sailing ship? An image of a service station can be seen in the lower left, with the red star emblematic of its Texaco parent company.

Map Details

Publication Date: c. 1960

Author: Robert Sticker

Sheet Width (in): 13.25

Sheet Height (in): 9.6

Condition: A-

Condition Description: Minor discoloration along the outer edges and a dirty fingerprint visible in the left margin. One small tear, lower left, repaired on the verso with archival tape.


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