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D.C.'s Lone Girl Motorcyclist Stormed Loudly to Get Permit
Sally Robinson -- She Weighs Only 88 Pounds -- Had to 'Buffalo' Stalwart Policeman but Finally Won His Praise -- and License.
Publication:The Washington Post (1923-1954) - Washington, D.C.
Date:Sep 11, 1937
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By dint of stamping her foot Sally Robinson, of 2120 H street northwest, has become the only girl in Washington licensed to ride a motorcycle.


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