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    • Maximum Canning with Minimum Sugar

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    • A bulletin printed by the United States Food Administration about ways to prepare canned fruit, jellies, and marmalades with less sugar. Excerpt: "A patriotic American should use larger quantities of home-grown sirups and molasses, to the...
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    • Corn -- The Food of the Nation

    • 1918
    • A woman serving muffins, pancakes, and grits, with cannisters on the table labeled corn meal, grits, and hominy. Text continues: "Serve some way every meal - appetizing, nourishing, economical." Copy 1 stamped on bottom center "Mrs. J. R....
    • Harrison, Lloyd
    • War Gardens Victorious

    • 1919
    • Boy in overalls, carrying a hoe leads procession of anthropomorphized vegetables with an American flag. Text: "Every war garden a peace plant."
    • Barney, Maginel Wright, 1877-1966
    • War Gardens Over The Top

    • 1919
    • Boy with hoe chasing anthropomorphized produce, including pumpkin with an American flag, potato, tomato, and assorted root vegetables. Image has caption, "The Seeds of Victory Insure the Fruits of Peace." The observer is asked to write to the...
    • Barney, Maginel Wright, 1877-1966
    • Keep It Coming -- Waste Nothing

    • 1917
    • Caravan of trucks with "Food" printed on side driving through snow. Text includes quote by Gen. John J. Pershing, "We must not only feed our soldiers at the front but the millions of women & children behind our lines." Poster is number 14 in a...
    • Illian, George, 1894-1932
    • This Is What God Gives Us

    • 1917
    • Colorful produce on a table, in a basket, and hanging from a beam with text box: "This is what God gives us. What are you giving so that others may live? Eat less wheat, meat, fats, sugar. Send more to Europe or they will starve." Poster is number...
    • Hendee, A.
    • The Fruits of Victory

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    • Columbia stands behind bottles and jars of preserves and assorted farm produce.
    • Jacobs, Leonebel
    • Win The Next War Now

    • 1918
    • Columbia stands behind bottles and jars of preserves and assorted farm produce. The observer is asked to write to the National War Garden Commission for a free book on home canning and home drying.
    • Jacobs, Leonebel
    • Are You A Victory Canner?

    • 1918
    • Columbia stands behind bottles and jars of preserves and assorted farm produce. The observer is asked to write to the National War Garden Commission for a free book.
    • Jacobs, Leonebel
    • Will You Have a Part in Victory?

    • 1918
    • Columbia walking through a field sowing seeds. Text: "Write to the National War Garden Commission--Washington, D.C. for free books on gardening, canning, & drying." Caption at bottom of poster: "Every Garden a Munition Plant"
    • Flagg, James Montgomery, 1877-1960
    • Wholesome-Nutritious Foods from Corn

    • 1918
    • Containers of corn starch, corn oil, and corn syrup and products made from them. Text: "Corn products are plentiful. Use them in cakes, candies, puddings and preserving. For salads, shortening and frying."
    • Harrison, Lloyd

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