What Was the Gas Price in 1920?

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In the 1920's, the price of gas fluctuated quite a bit. It actually kept going down from the 1920 price of 30 cents per gallon. In 1921, it was down to 26 cents per gallon and in 1929 it was 21 cents per gallon.
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