45 Year Old Crossing Guard Stop Sign
We bring you a weekly photo of artifacts from the Harper-Freeman collection, which is now maintained by the Village of Cary
From the Village of Cary weekly news email,
"The photo above is of the stop sign that Betty Freeman utilized as a Crossing Guard for the Village. The sign was issued 45 years ago in 1965. Mrs. Freeman was in the group of residents who served as Cary's first official School Crossing Guards. Village records indicate that she served for 23 years, from 1965 to 1988. The stop sign was made in the U.S.A. of metal and wood. As you might expect,today's Crossing Guard stop signs are all made of plastic."
All information and photos have been provided via the Village's weeklys news email.