We Give S&H Green Stamps Sign
July/Aug 2019 edition
Issue #6 AutoMobilia Resource Magazine
Steve and Kyle Johnson
My fascination with S&H Green Stamps started in the early 1960s when I traveled with my Dad between Seattle, Washington, and Portland, Oregon on highway 99. I would look forward to the next gas stop at a Standard or Richfield station, as these were Dads favorites. The S&H Green Stamp sign would be prominently displayed under the gas sign, letting you know that S&H Stamps came with a fill up. The rest of the trip was spent licking and sticking stamps in the redemption book. My recollection is that it took thousands of stamps to redeem even a toaster!
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