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Propaganda and Ad Posters of the 1940s

RCA’s Army Navy "E" – These, too, are fighting flags of freedom... (1943)
RCA’s Army Navy "E" – These, too, are fighting flags of freedom... (1943)
Cavalcade of the American negro – The story of the Negro’s progress during 75 years, compiled by the Illinois Writers Project / Cleo. (1940)
Cavalcade of the American negro – The story of the Negro’s progress during 75 years, compiled by the Illinois Writers Project / Cleo. (1940)
Goodyear’s 5th War Loan – Now come the bloodiest battles of the war (1944)
Goodyear’s 5th War Loan – Now come the bloodiest battles of the war (1944)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – I was putting away Bob’s civilian clothes (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – I was putting away Bob’s civilian clothes (1943)
SS recruiting poster
SS recruiting poster
Sante Fe Trailway’s 7th War Loan – December 7 1941 (1945)
Sante Fe Trailway’s 7th War Loan – December 7 1941 (1945)
Standard Oil Company of New Jersey[Esso]’s War Bonds – Be Proud (1944)
Standard Oil Company of New Jersey[Esso]’s War Bonds – Be Proud (1944)
McCutcheon’s 7th War Loan – 7th War Loan (1945)
McCutcheon’s 7th War Loan – 7th War Loan (1945)
Welcome – defense workers! – Homes registration office – Defense rental listing bureau / Joe Donaldson, Jr. (1941)
Welcome – defense workers! – Homes registration office – Defense rental listing bureau / Joe Donaldson, Jr. (1941)
War workers! are you looking for a – house? apartment? room? we can help you. (1941)
War workers! are you looking for a – house? apartment? room? we can help you. (1941)
Bullseye! for binoculars – loan your 6 x 30 or 7 x 50 Zeiss or Bausch & Lomb binoculars to your Navy .... (1941)
Bullseye! for binoculars – loan your 6 x 30 or 7 x 50 Zeiss or Bausch & Lomb binoculars to your Navy .... (1941)
L. Bamberger & Co.’s War Bonds – U. S. preparing to bomb Tokyo again (1943)
L. Bamberger & Co.’s War Bonds – U. S. preparing to bomb Tokyo again (1943)
Solar Aircraft Co.’s War Bonds – Suppose He Could Watch You Cashing That War Bond... (1943)
Solar Aircraft Co.’s War Bonds – Suppose He Could Watch You Cashing That War Bond... (1943)
Third annual exhibition, Sioux City Camera Club. (1940)
Third annual exhibition, Sioux City Camera Club. (1940)