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Chattanooga Cane Mill Advertising Poster

Date: 1929
Description: Advertising poster for the McCormick-Deering Chattanooga cane mill. Includes color illustration and the text "moendas de canna." Imprinted with "Internatio...
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"Don't Waste Food While Others Starve!"

Date: 1917
Description: United States Food Administration poster depicting a woman holding a crying infant on her shoulder with one arm, and her other arm around a young girl who...
Poster

"Victory is a Question of Stamina"

Date: 1917
Description: World War I United States Food Administration poster showing two soldiers in full gear running through snow with bayonets drawn. Text reads, "Victory is a...
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"Hunger"

Date: 1917
Description: United States Food Administration World War I poster urging citizens to eat less meat, wheat, fats and sugar in order to help fight starvation in Belgium....
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Food Will Win the War

Date: 1917
Description: World War I poster urging newly arrived immigrants to conserve food to aid the allied cause. The image shows people in ethnic costume being ushered into th...
Map or Atlas

Premier Series Wisconsin

Date: 1913
Description: This map displays automobile routes across Wisconsin as well as Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan and Illinois. Cities, counties, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Gre...
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Save [...] and serve the cause of freedom

Date: 1917
Description: Poster identifying substitute foods for civilians to use, to help the war effort. Substitutes listed are: 1. Wheat - use more corn 2. Meat - use more fish...
Poster

Save a loaf a week — help win the war

Date: 1917
Description: Poster with an illustration of a loaf of bread being sliced by someone using a knife.
Poster

Blood or Bread

Date: 1917
Description: Poster with an illustration of a man holding up a wounded soldier, with an artillery cannon in the background. Text reads: "Blood or Bread. Others are giv...

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