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Category: Posters
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Buy War Bonds Poster
Buy War Bonds Poster 12.5x16 full color reproduction pf the original poster.

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$ 15
 
For Your Country's Sake Poster
For Your Country's Sake Poster 12.5x16 full color reproduction of the original poster.
$ 15
 
We Can Do It Poster
We Can Do It Poster Remember this picture? Of all the images of working women during World War II, the image of women in factories predominates. Rosie the Riveter--the strong, competent woman dressed in overalls and bandanna--was introduced as a symbol of patriotic womanhood. The accoutrements of war work--uniforms, tools, and lunch pails--were incorporated into the revised image of the feminine ideal. Quoted from National Archives and Records Administration website.
This is a beautiful 12.5x16 full color reproduction of the original poster.
$ 15
 
Loose Lips Sinks Ships Poster
Loose Lips Sinks Ships Poster 12.5x16 full color reproduction of the original poster.
$ 15
 
Someone Talked Poster
Someone Talked Poster Concerns about national security intensify in wartime. During World War II, the Government alerted citizens to the presence of enemy spies and saboteurs lurking just below the surface of American society. In a campaign that seemed to encourage a mild paranoia, careless talk posters warned people that small snippets of information regarding troop movements or other logistical details would be useful to the enemy. Well-meaning citizens could easily compromise national security and soldiers' safety with careless talk. Quoted from National Archives and Records Administration website.
12.5x16 full color reproduction of the original poster by Siebel, 1942.
$ 15
 
Scrap Poster
Scrap Poster Collect these posters from U.S. history. This is a 12.5x16 full color reproduction of the original poster.
$ 15
 
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