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    • Come on Kids-Let's do our bit!

    • 1939-1945 circa
    • 28 x 39 cm. Color. Poster advertising the School Savings Service, a way for children to raise money for the war effort. Graphic shows tanks and airplanes moving over the battle field.
    • Going Our Way?

    • 1945
    • 47 x 66 cm. Color. Advertising poster for the U.S. Crop Corps to encourage young Americans to help the war effort by becoming Victory Farm volunteers. Graphic shows a boy and girl smiling and carrying farming tools.
    • Electeurs, Electrices du VI Arrondissement

    • 1944 circa
    • 59.5 x 90 cm. Black and white with red and blue accents. Propaganda poster presenting a list of intentions for electors and voters to view, with the purpose of assisting Franceďż˝s war effort. Consists of two strips on both the top and bottom of...
    • Sugar Means Ships

    • 1917 circa
    • 48.5 x 39.5 cm. Black and white. Urges the American public to reduce consumption of sugary beverages, because the transportation of sugar diverts ships from the war effort. The graphic image depicts a woman drinking from a straw connected to the...
    • Fish is a Fighting Food

    • 1943
    • 50.5 x 71 cm. Color. Government issued poster illustrating the need for fishing companies to catch more fish in support of the war effort. Graphic shows fishermen hauling buckets of fish onto a wooden dock.
    • Do Not Be Fooled by the Lies of the Enemy

    • 1914-1918 circa
    • 35.5 x 55.5 cm. Black and white with red accents. This bulletin assures the public that the U.S. government has no intention of seizing private food reserves from its citizens, but reminds that hoarding of food or collecting more than is reasonable...
    • War Rages in France

    • 1914-1918 circa
    • 50.5 x 75.5 cm. Black and white. Picture of hungry people crowded in the streets of France to illustrate the need for U.S. citizens to conserve food in support of the war effort. (2 copies)
    • America's Fishing Fleet and Men

    • 1943
    • 50.5 x 71 cm. Color. Poster issued by the Office of War Information to show that even America's fishing industry is working for the war effort. Graphic shows fishermen hauling in nets filled with fish.
    • Your Country Expects You To...

    • 1942
    • 51 x 72.5 cm. Color. Government issued poster giving four ways for Americans to conserve material resources to be used in the war effort. Graphic shows a soldier lying down with a gun, poised to fire.
    • Eat More, Eat Less

    • 1917 circa
    • 53 x 73 cm. Color. Lists the appropriate foods to eat, as well as the foods to be conserved for the war effort. Image shows a table covered in approved foods, such as fish, fruits and vegetables. (2 copies)
    • Joan of Arc Saved France

    • 1918
    • 50 x 75 cm. Color. Part of an ad campaign to boost sales of war savings stamps, this poster shows an image of Joan of Arc to inspire the public to fund the war effort.
    • I Need Your Skill in a War Job!

    • 1943
    • 56 x 71 cm. Black and white with blue and red text at top. Government issued poster recruiting workers in various trades to aid the war effort. Graphic shows Uncle Sam pointing out at the audience.
    • They Give Their Lives

    • 1914-1918 circa
    • 50 x 76 cm. Color. Poster encouraging the public to lend their savings to the war effort by buying war savings stamps. Graphic shows a gloomy hilltop with crosses arranged so as to be reminiscent of the crucifixion.
    • Keep Scrapping

    • 1939-1945 circa
    • 50.5 x 70.5 cm. Black and white with red accents. Government issued poster listing needed materials for the war effort with a special emphasis on separating different types of metal.
    • Is Your Trip Necessary?

    • 1943
    • 51 x 71 cm. Sepia photography with red accents. A photograph shows a crowded train filled with unhappy travelers. The poster reminds its audience that unnecessary travel interferes with the war effort. (2 copies)
    • Don't Burn Waste Paper

    • 1939-1945 circa
    • 44 x 55.5 cm. Color. Government issued poster warning American citizens to donate their waste paper to the war effort rather than burning it. Graphic shows a metal garbage can filled with burning paper materials.

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