Could this road sign photograph have been taken in or near your community?

19th Century schools ahead, bring Big Chief tablets, please!
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Hat tip to Stephen King (@Kicode) for sharing the link to Atom Smasher’s “Highway Sign Generator.”

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  • Stuart Ciske

    Wes

    Despite the sound, Big Chief Tablets were (are?) marvelous to write on. The soft news-print type paper with wide line spacing was easy on the eyes and on the pencil. I started my teaching career (Mid 80s) writing all my lessons on these tablets.

    As a semi-serious fountain pen collector, while I understand the road sign, it is hard to see Big Chief Tablets poked fun at. Sadly, the Big Chief is no longer made.

    The Chief is dead. Long live the Chief.

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