Wandawega Pocket knife.
We’ve been collecting these for years. They were popular from the ‘40s to the early ‘70s. Small businesses from gas stations, mechanics to little lodges would make souvenir quality pocket knives as giveaways to customers. (My dad always had one in his pocket and they were everywhere at his small auto repair shop).
Ours are simple single stainless blades, with brass rivets on old school ink-stamped body with:
SIDE 1: Wandawega Lake Resort serving vacationers since 1925 .
SIDE 2: American Plan for Tourists Ph: 810 Elkhorn, Wisconsin AAA + motor tourist seal
use with caution & courage
➕ Knife is 3.5" x 1"
➕ Stainless Steel blade
➕ Frost cutlery with white composite blade