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"Salvage Up Housewives and at em - put out your paper, metal, bones Artist Yates-Wilson" from War Art in The National Archives (UK)

"Back Home For Keeps"...the returning soldier was a popular theme in WWII era advertising ~ ad for Community Silverplate, 1943.

WWII Ad Back Home For keeps, a military fiancee, I can totally empathize! Such a sweet ad.

Kodak film ad from the 1940s - geared not towards the fighting men of the day (as many ads of the time were), but because it targeted women who were in the service ~

This Kodak film ad from the really caught my attention because it was geared not towards the fighting men of the day (as many ads of the time were), but because it targeted women who were in the service.

Dress Right! Kaiser wartime shipyard dress code poster. Henry Kaiser archives image 1940s ~ jeans work wear boots poster illustration Rosie Riveter War Era WWII

Spelling doesn't't have much to do with safety: Kaiser wartime shipyard dress code poster.

"The "Of Course I Can" poster was created by the U.S. War Food Administration in 1944 as part of the nationwide victory garden program. Victory gardens made an important contribution to the home-front effort by producing a significant amount of food (approximately 40 percent of the vegetables consumed in 1943) and by providing a way to contribute to the war effort for those who could not fight on the battlefield. "

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Patriotic Home Canning Promotions Poster ★ from World War II Of course I can! I'm as patriotic as can be --and ration points won't worry me! says the poster text; image by American artist/illustrator Dick Williams of a Woman looking surprised in a fr

World War II poster promoting home gardens so that food can be sent to refugees freed from Axis regions. 1944.

Victory Begins at Home - World War II Posters

1944 - World War II poster promoting Victory Gardens (home gardens) so food could be sent to refugees freed from Axis regions.

antique cartographica map  beautiful!!!! want this so bad for my home someday.

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