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# Title Date(s) Creator Contributor(s) Description Collection Hagley ID
1 Bundles for Berlin 1942 United States. War Production Board Brindle, Melbourne, 1904- (artist), United States. Government Printing Office (printer) Text from image: ''Bundles for Berlin' -- More Production!' World War II posters (Accession 1995.211) posterexhibit_005
2 Look Who's Listening 1941/1945, 1941, 1945 Distillers Corporation-Seagrams Ltd. Essargee (Goff, Seymour R.) (artist) Text from image: 'This poster is published by the House of Seagram as part of its contribution to the National Victory Effort.' Seagram Company World War II posters (Accession 2004.214.2) posterexhibit_059
3 Give 'Em Both Barrels 1942?, 1942 United States. War Production Board Carlu, Jean, 1900-1997 (artist) Give 'em both barrels (poster) (Accession 1996.296) posterexhibit_030
4 An Enemy Ear May Be Near 1941/1945, 1941, 1945 Distillers Corporation-Seagrams Ltd. Essargee (Goff, Seymour R.) (artist) Text from image: 'An enemy ear may be near -- Stop all loose talk to STRANGERS! This poster is published by the House of Seagram as part of its contribution to the National Victory Effort' Seagram Company World War II posters (Accession 2004.258) posterexhibit_028
5 Defense In The Field Begins In The Factory 1941/1945, 1941, 1945 National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) Iligan, Ralph, 1893-1960 (artist) Text from image: 'Industry -- The Arsenal of Democracy; Defense In The Field Begins In The Factory; '...it all depends on me!'' National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) posterexhibit_041
6 Help RCA Help USA Beat the Promise 1942?, 1942 Radio Corporation of America Help RCA help USA, you and I beat the promise,[graphic] (Accession 2006.207) posterexhibit_029
7 Stop Loose Talk to Strangers 1941/1945, 1941, 1945 Distillers Corporation-Seagrams Ltd. Essargee (Goff, Seymour R.) (artist) Text from image: 'Stop Loose Talk to Strangers, enemy ears are alert. This poster is published by the House of Seagram as part of its contribution to the National Victory Effort.' Seagram Company World War II posters (Accession 2004.214.3) posterexhibit_063
8 On The Job For Victory 1918 United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation Pennsylvania Steel Company and Maryland Steel Company photograph collection (Accession 1975.238) posterexhibit_035
9 Defense On The Sea Begins On The Shore 1941/1945, 1941, 1945 National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) Iligan, Ralph, 1893-1960 (artist) Text from image: 'Industry -- The Arsenal of Democracy; Defense On The Sea Begins On The Shore; '...it all depends on me!'' National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) posterexhibit_040
10 Starve Him With Silence 1941/1945, 1941, 1945 Distillers Corporation-Seagrams Ltd. Essargee (Goff, Seymour R.) (artist) Text from image: 'This poster is published by the House of Seagram as part of its contribution to the National Victory Effort.' Seagram Company World War II posters (Accession 2004.214.4) posterexhibit_061
11 Knowing What We Defend Is Important, Too 1941/1945, 1941, 1945 National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) Iligan, Ralph, 1893-1960 (artist) Text from image: 'Knowing What We Defend is Important, Too. The Washington Monument is built of stone contributed by all the nations of the earth to honor the founder of this republic. From Arlington, across the river, where sleep the men who died for freedom, it looks like a giant spike which God might have driven into this earth, saying, 'Here I stake a claim for the home of Liberty.' (Wm. Brown Meloney, V.) During World War I, the boys in the freshman class at Harrisburg (Pennsylvania) Academy were told to write a composition on the Washington Monument. The twelve-year-old boy who wrote the lines we reprint on this poster was chided for not giving the height of the shaft, number of steps to the top, how long it took to build and how many people visit it every year. His defense was this: 'I tried to tell why it is there and what it means.' We think he succeeded.' National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) posterexhibit_039
12 United We Win 1943 United States. War Manpower Commission Liberman, Howard (photographer), United States. Government Printing Office (printer) World War II posters (Accession 1995.211) posterexhibit_073
13 You Can Lick Runaway Prices 1942?, 1942 Flagg, James Montgomery, 1877-1960 (artist), United States. Office of Economic Stabilization (originator) Text from image: 'You Can Lick Runaway Prices. You Hold the 7 Keys to Hold Down Prices: 1. Buy and hold War Bonds; 2. Pay willingly our share of taxes; 3. Provide adequate life insurance and saving for our future; 4. Reduce our debts as much as possible; 5. Buy only what we need and make what we have last longer; 6. Follow ration rules and price ceilings; 7. Cooperate with our Government's wage stabilization program.' World War II posters (Accession 1995.211) posterexhibit_020
14 Free Labor Will Win 1942 United States. War Production Board Bruehl, Anton (photographer), United States. Government Printing Office (printer) World War II posters (Accession 1995.211) posterexhibit_067
15 The More Women At Work The Sooner We Win! 1943 United States. Office of War Information Palmer, Alfred T., 1906-1993 (artist), United States. Government Printing Office (printer) Text from image: 'The more WOMEN at work the sooner we WIN! Women are needed as: Farm workers, Typists, Salespeople, Waitresses, Bus Drivers, Taxi Drivers, Timekeepers, Elevator Operators, Messengers, Laundresses, Teachers Conductors, and in hundreds of other war jobs! See Your Local U.S. Employment Service' Women at work World War II posters (Accession 1994.263.2) posterexhibit_032
16 Follow Safety Rules 1942 United States. War Production Board Text from image: 'More American workers were killed and wounded in industrial accidents last year than all the casualties from bombs in Britain in two year of war -- Follow Safety Rules!' World War II posters (Accession 1995.211) posterexhibit_006
17 Miss America 1943 Philco Corporation Maxwell, John Alan, 1904-1984 (artist) Women at work World War II posters (Accession 1994.263.3) posterexhibit_031
18 I Need Your Skill In A War Job! 1943 United States. Office of War Information Flagg, James Montgomery, 1877-1960 (artist), United States. Government Printing Office (printer) Text from image: 'I need your skill in a War Job! If you know one of these trades and are not in real war work, you are badly needed: Airplane Skin Man; Airplane Subassembler; Ammunition Inspector; Assembler, Ship; Bench Hand, Metal Work; Bus Driver; Carpenter, Ship; Cord Wood Cutter; Crane Rigger; Cylindrical Grinder Operator; Driller, Ship; Electrician, Ship; Flanging Press Operator; Internal Precision Grinder; Machinist, Outside; Metal Chipper; Milling Machine Operator; Milling Machine Operator, All-Round; Mixer Operator, Explosives; Radio Chassis Assembler; Painter, Ship, Rough or Finish; Plate Hanger; Screw Machine Operator; Tack Welder. See your nearest U.S. Employment Service' posterexhibit_027
19 Defend American Freedom : It's Everybody's Job 1941/1945, 1941, 1945 National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) Barclay, McClelland (artist) National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) posterexhibit_043
20 Of Course I Can! 1944 Williams, Dick (artist) World War II posters (Accession 1995.211) posterexhibit_068
21 Sure We'll Finish the Job 1918 Beneker, Gerrit A. (Gerrit Albertus), 1882-1934 (artist) Text from image: 'Sure! We'll Finish the Job -- Victory Liberty Loan' St. Amour drawings, blueprints, etc. (Accession 1969.060.4) posterexhibit_001
22 We'll Take Care of the Rising Sun 1942?, 1942 United States. Office of Economic Stabilization (originator) Text from image: 'We'll Take Care of the Rising Sun, You Take Care of Rising Prices: 1. Buy and hold War Bonds; 2. Pay willingly our share of taxes; 3. Provide adequate life insurance and saving for our future; 4. Reduce our debts as much as possible; 5. Buy only what we need and make what we have last longer; 6. Follow ration rules and price ceilings; 7. Cooperate with our Government's wage stabilization program.' World War II posters (Accession 1995.211) posterexhibit_021
23 Free Speech Doesn't Mean Careless Talk! 1941/1945, 1941, 1945 Distillers Corporation-Seagrams Ltd. Essargee (Goff, Seymour R.) (artist) Text from image: 'Free Speech Doesn't Mean Careless Talk! This poster is published by the House of Seagram as part of its contribution to the National Victory Effort' Seagram Company World War II posters (Accession 2004.248.2) posterexhibit_026
24 Make Every Minute Count For Pershing 1918 United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation Treidler, Adolph, 1886- (artist) Pennsylvania Steel Company and Maryland Steel Company photograph collection (Accession 1975.238) posterexhibit_066
25 Sink A Sub From Your Farm 1941/1945, 1941, 1945 Text from image: 'Sink A Sub From Your Farm -- Bring In Your Scrap; 'Brave Men Shall Not Die Because I Faltered' National Scrap Harvest' Sink a sub from your farm [graphic] (Accession 2006.240.2) posterexhibit_076

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