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Military, War and Army Recruiting Ads of the 1940s

Jones & Lamson Machine Co.’s War Effort – He’s Not Celebrating (1945)
Jones & Lamson Machine Co.’s War Effort – He’s Not Celebrating (1945)
Bank of the Manhattan Co.’s War Bonds – Pass the Ammunition (1943)
Bank of the Manhattan Co.’s War Bonds – Pass the Ammunition (1943)
Hotel Mayfair’s V-Mail – Send a V-Mail today (1944)
Hotel Mayfair’s V-Mail – Send a V-Mail today (1944)
Timken Roller Bearing Company’s War Bonds – Stand By General Marshall (1943)
Timken Roller Bearing Company’s War Bonds – Stand By General Marshall (1943)
Aaf U.s. Army Recruiting (1944)
Aaf U.s. Army Recruiting (1944)
Chevrolet Serviceman Mechanic Wwii (1943)
Chevrolet Serviceman Mechanic Wwii (1943)
Boeing’s Army Navy "E" – The flag flies for the Fortress (1942)
Boeing’s Army Navy "E" – The flag flies for the Fortress (1942)
Baume Ben-Gay (Thos. Leeming & Co.)’s War Bonds – Me? Sink A Sub? (1943)
Baume Ben-Gay (Thos. Leeming & Co.)’s War Bonds – Me? Sink A Sub? (1943)
Nash Kelvinator Its War On Wings (1942)
Nash Kelvinator Its War On Wings (1942)
Texas Company [Texaco]’s War Bonds – It’s his [yen] against your Dollars (1943)
Texas Company [Texaco]’s War Bonds – It’s his [yen] against your Dollars (1943)
War Advertising Council’s Post-War – A Timely Message to Americans (1945)
War Advertising Council’s Post-War – A Timely Message to Americans (1945)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – ...and You Talk Of "Sacrifices" (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – ...and You Talk Of "Sacrifices" (1943)
"The Landing at Lae" ~~~7 Page Article (1943)
"The Landing at Lae" ~~~7 Page Article (1943)
United States Rubber Life Rafts That Men Live (1944)
United States Rubber Life Rafts That Men Live (1944)