A white silhouette of a fox with white colored text over it, both on a purple background.
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In the 1930s, badges advertising that the wearer was single rose in popularity among soldiers and in many cities where soldiers were temporarily stationed or took leave. Wolfing licenses, fox hunters, and similar phrases were casually pinned to gentlemen not looking for serious committments while heading to clubs and dance halls.
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Swibco. (2019) About Us. Retrieved from https://www.swibco.com/pages/aboutus.html
Trandel, H. (1999). History of Wolfing License Badges [In person]. Addison, Illinois.