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 Serial/Series Title: U.S. Army official poster.
 Collection: World War Two Collection
"Lumber production is falling behind our war needs. To save American soldiers' lives, we must provide the lumber our armed forces need--now!"

"Lumber production is falling behind our war needs. To save American soldiers' lives, we must provide the lumber our armed forces need--now!"

Date: 1943
Creator: United States. War Dept. Bureau of Public Relations.
Description: Poster shows four different black and white photos depicting the process of building a PT (patrol torpedo) boat; from cutting down a tree, through construction, up to the finished product. The quote appears in the middle, with a red border around it.
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U.S.A. in action : the supply line starts with you.

U.S.A. in action : the supply line starts with you.

Date: [1944]
Creator: United States. Army.
Description: A series of black & white photographs depicting the use and transport of military supplies.
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Metal for victory! : keep it coming.

Metal for victory! : keep it coming.

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: A series of five black & white photographs and captions depicting of war activities involving metal. Poster has red border.
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Metal at the fighting front.

Metal at the fighting front.

Date: 1943
Creator: United States. War Dept. Bureau of Public Relations.
Description: Five pictures of war activities involving metal. Each picture has extended text below the picture.
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Lumber does its stuff --a long way from home.

Lumber does its stuff --a long way from home.

Date: 1943
Creator: United States. War Dept. Bureau of Public Relations.
Description: Poster consists of photographs and text in a purple-red tone. Six photographs depict the use of lumber by the U.S. armed forces in World War II: to build bridges, tents, and life rafts, and to ship supplies. Photos also illustrate how wooden shipping crates are re-used by field post offices and commissaries in the South Pacific.
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"Not behind the plow"-- your metals are in the Army -- everywhere.

"Not behind the plow"-- your metals are in the Army -- everywhere.

Date: 1943
Creator: United States. War Dept. Bureau of Public Relations.
Description: Five photos of various war-related activities to show where metal goes to use in the armed services.
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U.S.A. in action : official pictures from world battlefronts.

U.S.A. in action : official pictures from world battlefronts.

Date: 1943
Creator: United States. Army.
Description: A series of black & white photographs depicting the use and transport of military supplies.
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U.S.A. in action : ASF men and material on far-off fronts.

U.S.A. in action : ASF men and material on far-off fronts.

Date: 1943
Creator: United States. Army Service Forces.
Description: A series of black & white photographs depicting the use and transport of military supplies.
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A blow to the Axis, more lumber for the Army.

A blow to the Axis, more lumber for the Army.

Date: 1943
Creator: Von Schmidt, Harold, 1893-1982.
Description: A shirtless man uses an axe to chop down a tree. He wears a hat and blue jeans, with a red bandana in his back pocket.
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The Army is counting on you for more metal.

The Army is counting on you for more metal.

Date: 1943
Creator: Keppler, Victor.
Description: A group of weary soldiers covered in dirt. Profuse sweat can be seen on the face of the soldier in front.
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