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World War I Posters from the U.S.

Text: New Consecration is the Duty of the Living so that Our Dead Shall Not Have Died in Vain - (center) "To such a task (Victory over German Autocracy and all it represents) we can dedicate our lives and our fortunes, everything that we are and everything that we have, with the pride of those who know that the day has come when America is privileged to shed her blood and her treasure for the principles that gave her birth and happiness and the peace which she has treasured. God helping her, she can do no other." - Woodrow Wilson - (left panel heading) Al Soldier's Farewell - Written on the Even of his Departure … - (right panel heading) A Mother's Comfort - Words of Plato Console Now Whose Son Fell in Battle … - (bottom) "You ask me when peace will come. We went into this war for a great and worthy object. Peace will come when that object has been attained. Before God I hope it may not come until that time." - Abraham Lincoln In Darkest Days of Civil War - Issued by Connecticut State Council of Defense
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Text: Registered War Garden Under Protection of State Council of Defense - All the Ammunition doesn't come from the Power Factories - Feed Yourself - Be a Soldier of the Soil - A War Garden Will Do It - Exempt No Land - from The Chicago Evening Post - To destroy the food supply is to give comfort to the enemy - food will win the war - War Garden Committee - 120 W. Adams Street
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Text: Buy United States Government War Savings Stamps - W.S.S. For Sale Here (on sign) - Your money back with interest from the UNITED STATES TREASURY
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Text: It Takes Both to Win the War - A 100% efficient soldier must have 100% efficient workers behind him in the mills, mines, and factories, to save the world for humanity and bring victory to our Flag. - Uncle Sam will find the men and train them to fight. You are making goods for them. Quick deliveries and best workmanship are vital to their success. - Be a true American! - COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE, Washington, D.C.
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Text: Build a Silo - Save the Corn - The Feed Value of 100 Tons of Silage, Over and Above that Saved by Ordinary Harvesting, is Sufficient to Make Food to Supply 2400 American Soldiers For One Day - Food Production and Conservation Committee - State Council of Defense of Illinois
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Text: The Fruits of Victory - Write for Free Book to National War Garden Commission - Washington, D.C. - Charles Lathrop Pack, President - P.S. Ridsdale, Secretary
1954/2.35.53
Text: Save the products of the land - Eat more fish - they feed themselves. United States Food Administration
1954/2.35.14

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