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Military, War and Army Recruiting Ads of the 1940s

Railway Express Agency’s War Bonds – Do you mean me, Uncle Sam? (1943)
Railway Express Agency’s War Bonds – Do you mean me, Uncle Sam? (1943)
Sears, Roebuck and Co.’s War Bonds – 1943 For Victory (1943)
Sears, Roebuck and Co.’s War Bonds – 1943 For Victory (1943)
American Weekly’s Kitchen Fats – Nazi-Jap Eraser (1943)
American Weekly’s Kitchen Fats – Nazi-Jap Eraser (1943)
Markwell Stapler’s War Bonds – Back the Attack (1943)
Markwell Stapler’s War Bonds – Back the Attack (1943)
WWII Army Camp Cook Meat White Truck Co (1944)
WWII Army Camp Cook Meat White Truck Co (1944)
Caterpillar Tractor Co.’s War Bonds – This Is My Birthright (1944)
Caterpillar Tractor Co.’s War Bonds – This Is My Birthright (1944)
McCreery’s War Bonds – Avenge Pearl Harbor! Buy Bonds! Give Bonds (1943)
McCreery’s War Bonds – Avenge Pearl Harbor! Buy Bonds! Give Bonds (1943)
Chase National Bank’s 7th War Loan – To keep it Flying... (1945)
Chase National Bank’s 7th War Loan – To keep it Flying... (1945)
Calvert Distillers Corp.’s War Stamps – ...for a Christmas touched by War (1943)
Calvert Distillers Corp.’s War Stamps – ...for a Christmas touched by War (1943)
NA’s United War Fund – Citizens of Glens Falls... This Is It (1943)
NA’s United War Fund – Citizens of Glens Falls... This Is It (1943)
Royal Baking Company’s War Bonds – Postwar Casualty? (1944)
Royal Baking Company’s War Bonds – Postwar Casualty? (1944)
The National Guard of United States A Part Time Widow (1947)
The National Guard of United States A Part Time Widow (1947)
Wwii Studebaker (1944)
Wwii Studebaker (1944)
Seven-Up Co.’s War Bonds – For Our America (1943)
Seven-Up Co.’s War Bonds – For Our America (1943)