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World War Poster Collection - Browse
- Be patriotic : sign your country's pledge to save the food.
- Color poster of a woman with her hands extended toward the viewer. She is wearing an dress that appears to be made from a draped U.S. flag, and a cap of a stars-and-stripes motif.
- Cardinal Mercier has appealed to the Food Administration for more food for starving millions.
- A color image of Cardinal Mercier's head and shoulders is centered on the top half of the poster. He has gray hair and blue eyes, and wears a red garment with a white collar. The bottom half of the poster is all text.
- Eat more corn, oats and rye products-- ... : eat less wheat, meat, sugar and fats, to save for the Army and our allies.
- Color poster depicts a variety of foods on a table: a whole fish on a plate, a bowl of fruit, vegetables, a basket of corn, poultry, and a loaf of bread. The table is brown and the poster background is green.
- Save a loaf a week : help win the war.
- Illustration in orange and black tones. A hand uses a knife to cut a loaf of bread.
- War rages in France : we must feed them.
- Black & white print. A large crowd of people of all ages walk or ride in carts on a cobble street. Behind them is a ruined building.
- Why is it necessary to eat less meat and less wheat bread?
- All-lettered poster has a two-column article with lengthy text, explaining the need to conserve meat, wheat, fats, sugar, and coal.