(via Tattoo that Social Security number, and relax ~ Candler Arts)

Using these drawings on cardboard for marketing, a tattoo artist in 1937 tried to convince people to imprint their Social Security numbers on their skin. 1937 was the first year Social Security benefits were paid: $1.278 million to 53,000-plus beneficiaries.

(via Tattoo that Social Security number, and relax ~ Candler Arts)

Using these drawings on cardboard for marketing, a tattoo artist in 1937 tried to convince people to imprint their Social Security numbers on their skin. 1937 was the first year Social Security benefits were paid: $1.278 million to 53,000-plus beneficiaries.

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