Designed by artist Vic Guinnell in 1944, this classic WWII propaganda poster features the museum logo below the image. Posters like this one were used to inspire support from the United States' public.
War bonds were used to control inflation and finance military operations in times of war. Even though the U.S. people were dealing with many hardships, including rationing, they were asked to step up and purchase these bonds. By buying a war bond during World War II, you were loaning the government money and supporting the war effort.
•Measures 24"L x 18"W
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