Illustrated by John McCrady for the WPA War Services in Louisiana between 1941 and 1943, this poster warns about the dangers of carless talk about ship departures: "This happens when you talk to others about ship sailings. Let's make New Orleans a safe port of departure."
An American war worker at Lockheed’s Burbank P-38 facility. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, the United States’ national war production—from aircraft, to tanks, to ammunition—found itself as high is 260%. There wasn’t any part of the United States’ that wasn’t involved in the war effort as the consumer market seemingly disappeared over night ~