An ivory colored coated paper wrapper from a pack of bubble gum trading cards that taught identification of World War Two fighter planes. It reads in red and gray "Picture Card Bubble Gum/ Wings/ Name the plane/ Freind or Foe/ 5c.". And at the top "Wings is the most complete set of the World's Aircraft ever published. Each giant-sized card contains a full-color picture, together with information you need about each plane./ Every alert young American who wishes to serve as a plane spotter will find the official three-view black silhouettes appearing on the reverse side of each card extremely helpful in indentifying plane in the sky.../ Wings manufactured by the makers of / World Famous Bazooka..."
Gift of Bella C. Landauer
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