A colorized postcard of cars parked in front of the Harrison County Courthouse in Gulfport is symbolic because it was in 1918, within years of this image, that the state mandated registration for vehicles in every county. Drivers didn’t need licenses for 20 more years.
A colorized postcard of cars parked in front of the Harrison County Courthouse in Gulfport is symbolic because it was in 1918, within years of this image, that the state mandated registration for vehicles in every county. Drivers didn’t need licenses for 20 more years. Southern Possum Tales Archives
A colorized postcard of cars parked in front of the Harrison County Courthouse in Gulfport is symbolic because it was in 1918, within years of this image, that the state mandated registration for vehicles in every county. Drivers didn’t need licenses for 20 more years. Southern Possum Tales Archives

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