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Unframed Poster - Olema Valley

Unframed Poster - Olema Valley

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Tamalpais Valley, CA Held at the historic Mountain Theater, a stone amphitheater set high atop the mountain with stunning views of San Francisco Bay, Mount Tam Jam is at once a celebration of and a benefit f… Click flyer for more >>

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Designer Unknown, c.1 9 3 3, Department of the Interior National Park service.

John Wagner, “Don’t kill our wild life” silkscreen, for the Department of the Interior, National Park Service. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress)

Anchors Away Ship by Amy Blay Canvas Art | Wayfair

Anchors Away Ship by Amy Blay Canvas Art

Anchors Away Ship by Amy Blay Canvas Art | Wayfair

Imagery Winery - Label Gallery  This label makes me smile!

Imagery Winery - Label Gallery This label makes me smile!

Godzilla vs Stick Figure Family Window Sticker Decal | eBay

GODZILLA vs. STICK FIGURE FAMILY - Window Sticker/Decal

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Pet Show WPA Recreation Project. IL

Buy a print of Pet show WPA recreation project Dist. 2 / by Unknown vintage (framed or without frames). All prints of Pet show WPA recreation project Dist. 2 / are available in custom sizes.

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Women were needed to work in industry in order to free men to fight during the War. They were also an important and growing part of the non-combative armed forces. For some this presented a drastic change to the previously prevalent social order. Patriotism was one incentive to get women to join in the war efforts. Posters like this one reminded the population that everyone was needed to pitch in and be a soldier in one form or another.

Women were needed to work in industry in order to free men to fight during the War. They were also an important and growing part of the non-combative armed forces. For some this presented a drastic change to the previously prevalent social order. Patriotism was one incentive to get women to join in the war efforts. Posters like this one reminded the population that everyone was needed to pitch in and be a soldier in one form or another.

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