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Propaganda and Ad Posters of the 1940s

Electric Auto-Lite Co.’s War Bonds – He didn’t count the cost... should you? (1943)
Electric Auto-Lite Co.’s War Bonds – He didn’t count the cost... should you? (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – No second chance... no other choice (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – No second chance... no other choice (1943)
Interwoven Stocking Co.’s Socks – For "Meritorious Service" (1944)
Interwoven Stocking Co.’s Socks – For "Meritorious Service" (1944)
Felt & Tarrant Manufacturing Co.’s War Bonds – SLOGAN WANTED (1945)
Felt & Tarrant Manufacturing Co.’s War Bonds – SLOGAN WANTED (1945)
U. S. Treasury Dept.’s Treasury "Star" Flag – congratulations On A Fine Job, Well Done (1944)
U. S. Treasury Dept.’s Treasury "Star" Flag – congratulations On A Fine Job, Well Done (1944)
NA’s War Bonds – Someone’s Got To Fight In Foxholes (1944)
NA’s War Bonds – Someone’s Got To Fight In Foxholes (1944)
War Production Board’s Waste Paper – Waste Paper (1943)
War Production Board’s Waste Paper – Waste Paper (1943)
Enroll American Merchant Marine – Special training – deck department, engineering, radio, steward, cooks, etc. – Sign up to-day (1941)
Enroll American Merchant Marine – Special training – deck department, engineering, radio, steward, cooks, etc. – Sign up to-day (1941)
Upjohn Company’s War Bonds – This War Loan (1944)
Upjohn Company’s War Bonds – This War Loan (1944)
Studebaker Corporation’s 4th War Loan – ..."but Berlin is a sea of flames!" (1944)
Studebaker Corporation’s 4th War Loan – ..."but Berlin is a sea of flames!" (1944)
Werbung CSU (1947)
Werbung CSU (1947)
War Advertising Council’s Food Fights For Freedom Program – A letter you’ll want to read twice (1943)
War Advertising Council’s Food Fights For Freedom Program – A letter you’ll want to read twice (1943)
War Production Board’s Cooking Fats – Speak German (1943)
War Production Board’s Cooking Fats – Speak German (1943)
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)