Eat the Basic 7-- every day! : eat a lunch that packs a punch!

Eat the Basic 7-- every day! : eat a lunch that packs a punch!

Date: 1943
Creator: United States. War Food Administration.
Description: Contains a circular chart showing seven basic food groups surrounded by cartoons demonstrating the benefits of each food group. In the center of the wheel chart is a red and blue logo of a family, with the caption: "U.S. needs us strong, eat the Basic 7 every day".
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Every child needs a good school lunch : the War Food Administration will help your community start a school lunch program.

Every child needs a good school lunch : the War Food Administration will help your community start a school lunch program.

Date: 1944
Creator: Johnson.
Description: Color poster shows a graphic image of a boy and girl playing baseball. A school house can be seen in the background. In the foreground is superimposed a black & white photograph of a boy eating at a table. He has a plate of cooked food, a glass of milk, and fruit. He wears overalls and a striped shirt.
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"Of course I can! : I'm patriotic as can be-- and ration points won't worry me!"

"Of course I can! : I'm patriotic as can be-- and ration points won't worry me!"

Date: 1944
Creator: Williams, Dick.
Description: A dark-haired woman with a wide-eyed expression holds three large glass jars of vegetables in her arms. Three more jars can be seen at the lower area of the picture. The woman wears a ruffled apron.
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For work, for play, 3 "squares" a day : eat the Basic 7 way.

For work, for play, 3 "squares" a day : eat the Basic 7 way.

Date: 1944
Creator: Jung, Ted.
Description: A series of silhouette images against blue, red, and yellow backgrounds: man using industrial machine, woman washing, boy hoeing; man with fishing pole, woman with tennis racket, boy with baseball bat; man seated eating at table, woman standing and handing steaming dish to boy seated at table.
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Join us on the farm front! : be a Victory Farm Volunteer of the U.S. Crop Corps.

Join us on the farm front! : be a Victory Farm Volunteer of the U.S. Crop Corps.

Date: 1944
Creator: National Victory Farm Volunteers (U.S.)
Description: Black & white photo superimposed on a blue background. A smiling young teenage boy and girl stand in a farm field, holding farm tools.
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Your victory garden counts more than ever!

Your victory garden counts more than ever!

Date: 1945
Creator: Morley, Hubert.
Description: In the background is a view of a garden with a man and woman cultivating and weeding; foreground is an arrangement of various vegetables, including peas in the shell, cabbage, and carrots.
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Fill it! : help harvest war crops.

Fill it! : help harvest war crops.

Date: 1945
Creator: Dohanos, Stevan, 1907-1994.
Description: Color poster. In the foreground, a large empty harvesting basket is held out by two hands. In the background, men and women in straw hats harvest crops by hand in a field. A barn and farmhouse can be seen in the distance. At the lower right corner of the poster is the Crops Corps logo: a large blue "C' surrounding a red wheat sheaf.
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Going our way? : be a Victory Farm Volunteer of the U.S. Crop Corps.

Going our way? : be a Victory Farm Volunteer of the U.S. Crop Corps.

Date: 1945
Creator: Bruehl, Anton, 1900-1982.
Description: Color poster shows an adolescent boy and girl. Both are smiling and neatly dressed. The boy carries farm tools. He has red hair and freckles and wears a windowpane-plaid blue shirt. The girl's blond hair is coiffed and she wears a red dress or blouse. A "Craftsman" brand name mark can be seen on the pitchfork carried by the boy.
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