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  • Creator: Administration
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    • Beat Germany

    • 1917
    • 35.5 x 54.5. Color. Encourages the support of any nation opposing Prussianism through food conservation and donations. Graphic shows armed soldiers carrying the flags of the United States, United Kingdom, France, which are covering the Italian and...
    • 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...
    • Don't Let This Happen To You!

    • 1944
    • 50.5 x 71 cm. Black and white with red accents. Poster issued by the Solid Fuels Administration For War telling the public to order coal early for winter due to the scarcity of fuel caused by the war. Graphic shows an empty store room with a shovel...
    • Don't Shiver Next Winter... Order Coal Now!

    • 1944
    • 46.5 x 66 cm. Color. Poster issued by the Solid Fuels Administration For War telling the public to order coal early for winter due to the scarcity of fuel caused by the war. Graphic shows a cartoon depiction of a penguin with a shovel and a red...
    • Every Child Needs a Good School Lunch

    • 1944
    • 50.5 x 71 cm. Color. Poster issued by the War Food Administration to advertise community school lunch programs to ensure that every child would have adequate food during lunch time. Graphic shows a boy and girl playing with a baseball on the school...
    • Feed a Fighter

    • 1914-1918 circa
    • 53.5 x 74 cm. Primarily black and white with Waste Nothing in red print. Discourages waste to allow more resources for soldiers and their families. Graphic is a reproduction charcoal sketch of a soldier drinking coffee in the trenches. (2 copies)
    • Food Will Win the War

    • 1918 circa
    • 50.5 x 76 cm. Color. Specifically targets immigrants who came to America, encouraging them to preserve the freedom they sought. Calls for waste minimization, and mentions wheat as one of the most needed crops. Image shows immigrants sailing into...
    • 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.
    • How To Shop With Ration Tokens

    • 1939-1945 circa
    • 94.5 x 70.5 cm. Color. Official OPA information poster showing picture illustrations of exactly how to use ration tokens to purchase food with the reassuring phrase at the bottom: Rationing and Price Control mean A Fair Share at A Fair Price.
    • Keep It Coming

    • 1918 circa
    • 53 x 73 cm. Color. Stresses the importance of sending food to the front lines, not just for the soldiers, but also for the women and children behind the lines. Poster includes a quote from General John J. Pershing. Picture shows convoy of army...
    • Lick The Platter Clean

    • 1944
    • 36 x 50 cm. Color. Government issued poster featuring an illustration of nursery rhyme characters Jack Sprat and his wife holding up a clean platter above the words Don't Waste Food.
    • Prepare for Winter Now!

    • 1945
    • 35.5 x 28 cm. Color. Government issued poster advertising different ways to prepare homes for winter in order to conserve fuel for the troops. Graphic shows illustration of a house with conservation suggestions listed to the left.
    • Rationing Means a Fair Share For All of Us

    • 1943
    • 53 x 69 cm. Black and white with red accents. Poster graphic shows two cartoon scenes set in a butcher shop, one without rationing and one with rationing. In the former, a woman is offered a single pork chop, while another customer leaves the shop...
    • 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...

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