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Propaganda and Ad Posters of the 1940s

Wurlitzer’s War Bonds – Yankee Doodle In Berlin (1944)
Wurlitzer’s War Bonds – Yankee Doodle In Berlin (1944)
An orderly line is a safe line! / BEN [monogram]. (1941)
An orderly line is a safe line! / BEN [monogram]. (1941)
Beech-Nut Packing Co.’s War Bonds – The Girl He Left Behind! War Bonds Are Family Bonds (1944)
Beech-Nut Packing Co.’s War Bonds – The Girl He Left Behind! War Bonds Are Family Bonds (1944)
James Hanley Co.’s 7th War Loan – This Is No Time To Let Go (1945)
James Hanley Co.’s 7th War Loan – This Is No Time To Let Go (1945)
Visking Corporation’s Food – Our Government Says: Don’t Waste Food (1943)
Visking Corporation’s Food – Our Government Says: Don’t Waste Food (1943)
International Truck’s 7th War Loan – Bonds by the Billions (1945)
International Truck’s 7th War Loan – Bonds by the Billions (1945)
Aluminum Company of America’s V-Mail – Can you send me this kind of letter? (1943)
Aluminum Company of America’s V-Mail – Can you send me this kind of letter? (1943)
Kayser’s War Bonds – Thank Your Lucky American Stars (1944)
Kayser’s War Bonds – Thank Your Lucky American Stars (1944)
General Tire & Rubber Company’s War Bonds – He knows why this Christmas all of us should Give War Bonds (1943)
General Tire & Rubber Company’s War Bonds – He knows why this Christmas all of us should Give War Bonds (1943)
War Advertising Council’s Anti-inflation – The chipped teacup of the Patriotic Mrs. Jones (1944)
War Advertising Council’s Anti-inflation – The chipped teacup of the Patriotic Mrs. Jones (1944)
Martin’s NA – Amid the joyous clarion (1945)
Martin’s NA – Amid the joyous clarion (1945)
Felt & Tarrant Manufacturing Co.’s Scrap metal – These Men Know Something About Scrap (1943)
Felt & Tarrant Manufacturing Co.’s Scrap metal – These Men Know Something About Scrap (1943)
Timken Roller Bearing Company’s War Bonds – Admiral Halsey is Counting on YOU (1943)
Timken Roller Bearing Company’s War Bonds – Admiral Halsey is Counting on YOU (1943)
Niederlande, Werbung für die Waffen-SS (1941)
Niederlande, Werbung für die Waffen-SS (1941)