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Propaganda and Ad Posters of the 1940s

Foreign broadcasts poster
Foreign broadcasts poster
I. Magnin and Co.’s War Bonds – Today Your purchase of War Bonds not only assures your country’s liberty, but insures your future personal liberties. (1943)
I. Magnin and Co.’s War Bonds – Today Your purchase of War Bonds not only assures your country’s liberty, but insures your future personal liberties. (1943)
NA’s War Bonds – Give Them Bonds (1943)
NA’s War Bonds – Give Them Bonds (1943)
Werbung CSU (1946)
Werbung CSU (1946)
Container Corporation of America’s War Bonds – Press The Button (1943)
Container Corporation of America’s War Bonds – Press The Button (1943)
In national defense industries are open for skilled workers – Workers – register now for industrial defense – Employers – use Michigan’s largest re (1941)
In national defense industries are open for skilled workers – Workers – register now for industrial defense – Employers – use Michigan’s largest re (1941)
Timken Roller Bearing Company’s War Bonds – Admiral Stark Says Every Branch Of The Service Needs Your Help-Buy Another War Bond Today (1944)
Timken Roller Bearing Company’s War Bonds – Admiral Stark Says Every Branch Of The Service Needs Your Help-Buy Another War Bond Today (1944)
Eversharp’s 7th War Loan – Get It Up There (1945)
Eversharp’s 7th War Loan – Get It Up There (1945)
Stewart-Warner Corporation’s War Bonds – Where’s Bob? He was here a minute ago (1943)
Stewart-Warner Corporation’s War Bonds – Where’s Bob? He was here a minute ago (1943)
Hallicrafter’s Army Navy "E" – To Preserve The Four Freedoms (1943)
Hallicrafter’s Army Navy "E" – To Preserve The Four Freedoms (1943)
WGAR, Cleveland’s Broadcast of 16th Army Navy "E" presentation – Number Sixteen goes up the Mast (1943)
WGAR, Cleveland’s Broadcast of 16th Army Navy "E" presentation – Number Sixteen goes up the Mast (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)
U. S. Treasury Dept.’s 5th War Loan – It’s Now Or Never, America (1944)
U. S. Treasury Dept.’s 5th War Loan – It’s Now Or Never, America (1944)
Chase National Bank’s 7th War Loan – To keep it Flying... (1945)
Chase National Bank’s 7th War Loan – To keep it Flying... (1945)