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Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?

Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?

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Buy wall art of this image titled: Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?, from the World War I Posters Collection by Second Story Prints. Top quality print reproductions available now!

  • Tags
    • World War, 1914-1918--Economic & industrial aspects--United States.
    • World War, 1914-1918--Recruiting & enlistment--United States.
    • War bonds & funds--1910-1920.
  • Notes
    • Text continues: You face the Fourth Liberty Loan. Once more it is to be your privilege to let your money help hasten victory. The rapid growth of Uncle Sam's army means a corresponding growth in the cost of keeping it fit to humble the Hun. That's why there are more reasons than ever before why you must buy Liberty Bonds.
    • Caption: This woman may buy no bonds but she is making her supreme sacrifice. The above drawing for the Herald shows a mother offering her son to the draft board for service in the United States Army. Mothers like her may not be able to buy bonds but they provide a reason for others to buy all the bonds they can for the great cause of democracy.
    • News Photo Poster No. 15, issued for Maine Committee on Public Safety, Blaine Mansion, Augusta, Maine.
    • Mounted with other News Photo Posters.
    • Title from item.
  • Original Date: 1918
  • Formats: Halftone photomechanical prints--1910-1920.
  • Original Publisher: New Haven, Conn. : Illustrated Current News, 1918
  • Reference #: 00652941
  • SKU #: 47939B9A
  • Part of Collection: World War I Posters
  • Link to original at the Library of Congress: Fighting in France for freedom! Are you helping at home?
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