Halt the Hun! : buy U.S. government bonds, Third Liberty Loan.

Halt the Hun! : buy U.S. government bonds, Third Liberty Loan.

Date: [1918]
Creator: Raleigh, Henry Patrick, 1880-1945.
Description: Drawing of an Allied Forces soldier pushing a German soldier away from a frightened woman who is holding a small child in her lap. The German soldier has blood on his hands. Red flames rise from the ground in the background.
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For their future-- : buy war bonds.

For their future-- : buy war bonds.

Date: 1943
Creator: Munsell.
Description: Painting of a blonde woman in a blue shirt and red and white striped skirt, holding a blonde baby. There is a blue sky behind them with some clouds. They are both looking down at a black toy lamb, with a flower wreath around its head. The poster is bordered by a painted picture frame. "BUY WAR BONDS" is in what would be a metal plate fastened to the "frame"
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I gave a man! : will you give at least 10% of your pay in war bonds?

I gave a man! : will you give at least 10% of your pay in war bonds?

Date: 1942
Creator: Sarra, Valentino, 1903-
Description: A young woman (presumably a widowed mother) holds a smiling infant. A young blond girl embraces the woman while smiling at the baby. The woman has dark hair, is wearing dark clothing, and has a somber facial expression.
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Building for health : Bureau of Social Education, Y.W.C.A.

Building for health : Bureau of Social Education, Y.W.C.A.

Date: [1918]
Creator: Page, Marie Danforth, 1869-1940.
Description: Color poster of a woman holding an infant. The woman has dark hair worn in a bun, and wears a long yellow dress. In the background is a blue inverted triangle (YWCA symbol) with a caduceus (medical symbol) and book.
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Ours-- to fight for : freedom from fear.

Ours-- to fight for : freedom from fear.

Date: 1943
Creator: Rockwell, Norman, 1894-1978.
Description: Color poster of a mother and father tucking two children into bed. The father is holding glasses and a newspaper that reads "BOMBINGS KI- HORROR HIT."
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