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[[image]] Tri-Esso Club, Esso Standard Oil Company. This employee group often holds its annual dinner in the dining of the Esso Building at Radio City. Shown above are members of the club sharing one of these occasions with Chairman of the Board, Frank W. Abrams (seated center) and other Directors and officers of the company. To the left of Mr. Abrams is Ernest W. Whitfield, president of the club. 2 [[image]] Here are some of the nearly Two Hundred ESSO Stations, operated by Negro managers and owners; and like the many thousand other ESSO outlets. render a uniformly good service to the motorists who come their way. They constitute an important part of the many ESSO units providing complete service. LITTLE'S ESSO SERVICE STATION [[image]] [[image]] Mrs. Crane, of Yanceyville, N.C. who has owned and operated this station for about 15 years and has educated two sons while so doing, having in the meanwhile, built a beautiful home across the street from her business. 3
[[image 2]] BUY AT THE ESSO SIGN
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