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[Posters] [World War II]
Group of 85 Home Front Posters

Locations vary, ca. 1940s. 85 color lithographic posters, and one printed booklet. Condition varies, generally: A-B; scattered wear, short closed tears, and creasing. Measuring from 10 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. (27 x 19 cm) to 37 x 52 in. (94 x 132 mm).

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Deaccessioned by the Valentine Museum to benefit collections care, preservation, and future acquisitions.

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Locations vary, ca. 1940s. 85 color lithographic posters, and one printed booklet. Condition varies, generally: A-B; scattered wear, short closed tears, and creasing. Measuring from 10 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. (27 x 19 cm) to 37 x 52 in. (94 x 132 mm).

List found below

Deaccessioned by the Valentine Museum to benefit collections care, preservation, and future acquisitions.

1. Batchelor. Vital Statistics…American Red Cross

2. Barclay, McClelland. Save Your Cans, Help pass the Ammunition. Salvage Division, War Production Board

3. Binder. It is a “Weapon of War”! Save Waste Paper

4. Bogorad. Christmas Mailing Time. U.S. Army and Navy Postal Services

5. Chance, Fred. War Traffic Must Come First…Don’t Waste Transportation. Association of American Railroad, Office of Defense Transportation

6. Cooper, Fred. Give ’em the old 1-2…U.S. Office of Defense Transportation

7. Disney, Walt. Prevent Forest Fires…U.S. Dept. Agriculture, Forest Service, State Forest Service

8. Dugo. Buy Christmas Seals…Protect Your Home From Tuberculosis. National Tuberculosis Association

9. Flagg, James Montgomery. You Can Lick Runaway Prices…O.W.I. for the Office of Economic Stabilization

10. Gasoline Conservation Advertising Suggestions, 1944. One volume. Printed booklet. New York.

11. Hall, Tom. A pint of your Blood, May save a Soldiers Life!

12. Hayden, Hayden. A little from you…means a lot to them…Give to USO

13. Helguera, L. Keep up the good work, Keep down living costs

14. J.M. Every Fire is Sabotage Today! The National Board of Fire Underwriters

15. Kling. “This year…I’m giving double!”

16. Koerner, H. Save waste fats for explosives…Take Them To Your Meat Dealer. OWI Poster No. 63

17. Melbourne, Montgomery. Millions of troops are on the move…is Your trip necessary? Office of Defense Transportation

18. Newman, Emily. Allies for a big job…OCD…Cooperate with your Local Defense Council

19. Parker, A. “We’ll have lots to eat this winter, won’t we Mother?” Grow Your Own, Can Your Own. OWI Poster No. 57

20. Pursell, Weiner. When you ride Alone you ride with Hitler! Join a Car-Sharing Club Today!

21. Rabkin. Don’t Burn Waste Paper, Call a Collector! Division of Information, Office of Emergency Management

22. Roye, Syd. Your Blood May Save Your Next of Kin…American Red Cross. Universal Pictures

23. Rozen, Jerome. “Won’t you give my boy a chance to get home?” Don’t travel… U.S. Office of Defense Transportation

24. Sarra. I’ll Carry Mine Too! Office of Defense Transportation

25. Schlaikier. Your Red Cross is at his side

26. Scott, Howard. You help someone you know…when you give to the USO

27. Unknown Artist. An Urgent Plea: Save Waste Paper… Salvage Division, War Production Board

28. Unknown Artist. A Message to our Tenants from the Government… Office of War Information

29. Unknown Artist. Behind the Eagle Stand the Forests

30. Unknown Artist. Bundle Waste Paper for War…

31. Unknown Artist. Can All You Can…OWI Poster No. 77

32. Unknown Artist. Canned Foods are Vital to Victory… Office of Price Administration

33. Unknown Artist. Check Your Tire Week… National Association of Independent Tire Dealers Inc.

34. Unknown Artist. Cost of Living 1918…1944. Office of Price Administration

35. Unknown Artist. Deliver More Now…Defense Production Depends on You. National Association of Waste Material Dealers, Inc.

36. Unknown Artist. Dig for Victory…For their sake—Grow Your Own Vegetables. Jarrold & Son, Ltd., Norwich

37. Unknown Artist. Do with less—so they’ll have enough! Rationing Gives You Your Fair Share. OWI Poster No. 37

38. Unknown Artist. Food is a Weapon…Don’t Waste it! OWI Poster No. 58

39. Unknown Artist. For Gunpowder…Save Waste Fats…

40. Unknown Artist. For Health...eat some food from each group…every day! U.S. Department of Agriculture

41. Unknown Artist. Fuel Fights! Save Your Share…

42. Unknown Artist. Gasoline and Tires are Fighting with Them! Share Your Car

43. Unknown Artist. Get in the Scrap. War Production Board

44. Unknown Artist. Give it Your Best! O.W.I. Poster No. 9

45. Unknown Artist. Grass Makes Meat…Prevent Range Fires… U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service

46. Unknown Artist. Grocer—Consumer, Anti-inflation Campaign…

47. Unknown Artist. Help Bring Them Back to You! Make Yours a Victory Home! OWI Poster No. 41

48. Unknown Artist. Here’s How to Head Off Runaway Prices…O.W.I. for the Office of Economic Stabilization

49. Unknown Artist. Homemaker’s War Guide… OWI Poster No. 20

50. Unknown Artist. How to Keep Warm With Less Fuel This Winter… Office of War Information

51. Unknown Artist. How to Shop With War Ration Book Two… Office of Price Administration

52. Unknown Artist. I’m Out to Lick Runaway Prices… O.W.I. for the Office of Economic Stabilization

53. Unknown Artist. Insulate! Keep Warm with Less Fuel… U.S. Government Fuel Conservation Campaign

54. Unknown Artist. Is Your Trip Necessary? Office of Defense Transportation

55. Unknown Artist. Keep the Cost of Living Down…

56. Unknown Artist. Keep the Home Front Pledge…

57. Unknown Artist. Keep “Old Man Winter” Out… Libbey Owens Ford Glass Company

58. Unknown Artist. Last year… Office of Price Administration

59. Unknown Artist. Let’s All Watch Our Pennies…

60. Unknown Artist. Let’s Work for Victory…Save Tin…Libby’s 100 Famous Foods

61. Unknown Artist. Make this Pledge: I pay no more than top legal prices…

62. Unknown Artist. Men’s Rubber Boots and Rubber Work Shoes are Rationed

63. Unknown Artist. Mrs America buys food with care… Consumer Division, Office of Price Administration

64. Unknown Artist. New Air Raid Warning System… U.S. Office of Civilian Defense

65. Unknown Artist. Official Civilian Defense Insignia… U.S. Office of Civilian Defense

66. Unknown Artist. Official Notice to Gasoline Consumers. Office of Price Administration

67. Unknown Artist. The OPA Program to assure the Necessities of Like in Wartime… Educational Services Branch, Department of Information, Office of Price Administration

68. Unknown Artist. OPA Top Legal Prices. Office of Price Administration

69. Unknown Artist. Pledge your Conscience to your Country…Help Speed Victory

70. Unknown Artist. Plow Around to Prevent Forest Fires… U.S. Dept. Agriculture, Forest Service

71. Unknown Artist. Prevent Forest Fires! U.S. Department Agriculture, Forest Service, State Forest Service

72. Unknown Artist. Rationing is Sharing With Our Fighters and Neighbors. O.P.A. Poster

73. Unknown Artist. Rationing means a fair share for all of us. Office of Price Administration

74. Unknown Artist. Rationing Safeguards Your Share. Office of Price Administration

75. Unknown Artist. Save Waste Fats. War Production Board

76. Unknown Artist. Since Pearl Harbor… American Red Cross

77. Unknown Artist. Stamp Out Black Markets…With Your Ration Stamps

78. Unknown Artist. To the Proprietor… Office of Price Administration

79. Unknown Artist. Wanted for Victory… Division of Information, Office for Emergency Management

80. Unknown Artist. Waste Paper Makes Containers for Blood Plasma. U.S. Victory Waste Paper Campaign

81. Unknown Artist. We are Co-operating 100%...American Red Cross

82. Unknown Artist. We’ll Take Care of the Rising Sun…You Take Care of Rising Prices. O.W.I. for the Office of Economic Stabilization

83. Unknown Artist. Win with Tin. War Production Board

84. Unknown Artist. When Air Raid Warning Comes… Office of Civilian Defense

85. Unknown Artist. Your OPA Program… Office of Price Administration

  

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