Nina - Poem by Ima Ryma
Nina Wilcox Putnam - she wrote
Saturday Evening Post writes,
Including many trips and notes
On automobiling delights
Of her early cross country trips,
Calculating dollars and sense,
To make it through the road hardships,
At a five cents per mile expense.
In her spare time, she did a deed
That took the whole U.S. by storm,
Got the I.R.S. up to speed.
She made the first 1040 form.
So we have Nina to thank for
Yearly taxing trips - fun galore.
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