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Military, War and Army Recruiting Ads of the 1940s

H.J. Heinz Co.’s 7th War Loan – "..don’t tell Mother" (1945)
H.J. Heinz Co.’s 7th War Loan – "..don’t tell Mother" (1945)
Interstate Aircraft (1943)
Interstate Aircraft (1943)
Scout Observation "Fly High & Spy" Wwii Shell (1944)
Scout Observation "Fly High & Spy" Wwii Shell (1944)
War Production Board’s Kitchen Fats – How to Sink a Jap and Save a Yank – At the Same Time (1943)
War Production Board’s Kitchen Fats – How to Sink a Jap and Save a Yank – At the Same Time (1943)
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.’s camel – The Army Doctor’s Call to Action (1945)
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.’s camel – The Army Doctor’s Call to Action (1945)
Wwii Ad Encouraging Women To Enter War Work (1944)
Wwii Ad Encouraging Women To Enter War Work (1944)
Calvert Distillers Corp.’s 7th War Loan – Somebody has just kept his bargain with you (1945)
Calvert Distillers Corp.’s 7th War Loan – Somebody has just kept his bargain with you (1945)
Park & Tilford’s War Bonds – The Time Is NOW (1944)
Park & Tilford’s War Bonds – The Time Is NOW (1944)
Eureka Vacuum Cleaner Co.’s War Bonds – "Buy An Extra War Bond For You-And Me..." (1944)
Eureka Vacuum Cleaner Co.’s War Bonds – "Buy An Extra War Bond For You-And Me..." (1944)
Evans Rail Car Loaders (1944)
Evans Rail Car Loaders (1944)
War Production Board’s Cooking Grease – Rat Poison Wanted (1943)
War Production Board’s Cooking Grease – Rat Poison Wanted (1943)
Savings Bank of Brooklyn’s 5th War Loan – "Won’t you buy a bond, Mister, so’s my Daddy can come home?" (1944)
Savings Bank of Brooklyn’s 5th War Loan – "Won’t you buy a bond, Mister, so’s my Daddy can come home?" (1944)
Dept. of Treasury’s War Bonds – We, who are not about to die... (1943)
Dept. of Treasury’s War Bonds – We, who are not about to die... (1943)