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Military, War and Army Recruiting Ads of the 1940s

Stout Hearted Bendix Aviation (1942)
Stout Hearted Bendix Aviation (1942)
A.B. Dick Company’s Mimeograph duplicator – Now Is The Time For All Good Men To Come To The Aid Of Their Country. Buy An Extra War Bond. (1944)
A.B. Dick Company’s Mimeograph duplicator – Now Is The Time For All Good Men To Come To The Aid Of Their Country. Buy An Extra War Bond. (1944)
Foote Bros.’s Army Navy "E" – For Aiding America On Many Fronts (1943)
Foote Bros.’s Army Navy "E" – For Aiding America On Many Fronts (1943)
Martin’s NA – Amid the joyous clarion (1945)
Martin’s NA – Amid the joyous clarion (1945)
War Production Board’s Waste Fats – Dear Mom: (1943)
War Production Board’s Waste Fats – Dear Mom: (1943)
Chevrolet War Effort (1944)
Chevrolet War Effort (1944)
Kayser’s War Bonds – Thank Your Lucky American Stars (1944)
Kayser’s War Bonds – Thank Your Lucky American Stars (1944)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – Isn’t He Worth It? (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – Isn’t He Worth It? (1943)
War Advertising Council’s War Food Administration "A" – A Great Award for a Great Job (1944)
War Advertising Council’s War Food Administration "A" – A Great Award for a Great Job (1944)
Armament By Fisher Military Planes Print A (1944)
Armament By Fisher Military Planes Print A (1944)
Studebaker War Effor #1 (1944)
Studebaker War Effor #1 (1944)
War Advertising Council’s Anti-inflation – What good is a $10.00 raise... if it costs you $12.00 more to live? (1944)
War Advertising Council’s Anti-inflation – What good is a $10.00 raise... if it costs you $12.00 more to live? (1944)
Electric Storage Battery Co. (Exide Batteries)’s War Bonds – You can share in a tank attack (1943)
Electric Storage Battery Co. (Exide Batteries)’s War Bonds – You can share in a tank attack (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – Ever wonder what a soldier thinks about? (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – Ever wonder what a soldier thinks about? (1943)