1955 Pan-Am Road Map
Pan-Am Road Map for Kentucky and Tennessee
Since the early years of the 20th century, Pan-Am Petroleum served the southeastern states of Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana and Tennessee. In 1925 Standard Oil of Indiana bought controlling interest in the Pan-Am Company and continued to use the Pan-Am name, although the signage was changed to the Standard Oil oval shape and torch symbol. In 1956, after gaining total control of Pan-Am stock, Standard of Indiana began to change the Pan-Am brand to Amoco.
This map reflects the red, white and blue color scheme of the Standard Oil Company and the copy emphasizes Pan-Am’s service in the southern region of US.