Photograph by Tom Hubbard
Listening to transistor radio in Fountain Square
Photograph by Lyntha Scott Eiler
Young girl on a visit to her grandmother in Norwood, Ohio. The home is near an auto emission inspection station where all light duty, spark ignition powered vehicles registered in the city must be certified annualy for carbon monoxide and hydrocarbon emissions. If a vehicle fails the test, the owner is given a 30-day temporary sticker to allow him time for repairs and re-testing.
Lyntha Scott Eiler
A motorist watches gauges on an exhaust analyzer as his car is being tested at an auto emission inspection station in Norwood, Ohio. Since January 1975, all light duty, spark ignition powered motor vehicles in Hamilton County must be tested annually for Carbon Monoxide and Hydrocarbon emissions. Officials predict 185,000 of the 250,000 registered vehicles in Norwood and Cincinnati would be tested by the end of 1975