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    • Don't Stop Saving Food

    • Text: "don't stop saving food." Poster is number 30 in a series.
    • United States. Food Administration
    • Victory Is a Question of Stamina

    • 1917
    • World War I poster featuring two soldiers holding bayonets lunging forward on snow-covered ground. Text: "Victory is a question of stamina. Send the wheat, meat, fats, sugar, the fuel for fighters." Poster is number 11 in a series.
    • Dunn, Harvey, 1884-1952
    • Blood or Bread

    • 1917
    • Soldier holding fallen soldier. Text: "Blood or Bread. Others are giving their blood. You will shorten the war, save life if you eat only what you need, and waste nothing." Poster is number 16 in a series.
    • Raleigh, Henry, 1880-1945
    • Feed a Fighter

    • 1918
    • Soldier in a trench holding a mug in one hand and food in the other. Text: "Feed a fighter. Eat only what you need. Waste nothing. That he and his family may have enough." Poster is number 15 in a series. Copy 1 is stamped on bottom front "Mrs. J....
    • Morgan, Wallace
    • Maximum Canning with Minimum Sugar

    • 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...
    • Save a Loaf a Week, Help Win the War

    • 1917
    • Hand holding a knife slicing a loaf of bread. Text: "Save a Loaf a Week, Help Win the War." Poster is number 3 in a series.
    • Cooper, Fred G. (Frederic Gross), 1883-1962
    • Save Food for World Relief

    • World War I poster featuring a portrait of Abraham Lincoln above the quotation, "With malice toward none; with charity for all…let us strive on to finish the work we are in…" Includes "America's food pledge 20 million tons" insignia.
    • Little Americans Do Your Bit

    • 1917
    • Young boy saluting bowl of cereal. Text: "Eat corn meal mush-Oatmeal-Corn flakes Hominy and rice with milk. Eat no wheat cereals. Leave nothing on your plate."
    • Parker, Cushman, b. 1881
    • Food and the War! American Wheat to Win!

    • Text exhorts readers to conserve wheat in order to aid the stricken countries of Europe. "Supplying food is America's prime responsibility in the War right now. Food means, first of all, Wheat…Wheat is the test!" Poster is number 22 in a series.
    • Food is Ammunition -- Don't Waste It

    • Silhouette of soldiers on horseback with American flag in background, large basket of produce in foreground. Text: "Food is Ammunition -- Don't Waste It." Poster is number 5 in a series.
    • Sheridan, John E.
    • War Rages in France -- We Must Feed Them

    • 1917
    • Villagers gathering in the street. Text: "War rages in France. They cannot fight & raise food at the same time. Denying ourselves only a little means life to them. We must feed them." Poster is number 19 in a series.
    • Townsend, F. H. (Frederick Henry), 1868-1920
    • 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.
    • L'Italia Ha Bisogno di Carne, Frumento, Grasso & Zucchero

    • 1917
    • Portrait of General Cadorna, above text in Italian. Translation: Italy needs meat, wheat, sugar & fat. Eat little of this food because it has to go to our people, and the troops of Italy. Poster is number 8 in a series.
    • Illian, George, 1894-1932
    • Victory Bread

    • 1918
    • Conversion chart for reducing amount of wheat flour used to make a loaf of bread. "Four fifths wheat flour, One fifth substitute." Dated "Sept. 1, 1918"
    • Food Will Win the War

    • 1917
    • Immigrants aboard a ship passing the Statue of Liberty. Text: "Food will win the war. You came here seeking freedom. You must now help to preserve it. Wheat is needed for the allies. Waste nothing." Poster is number 18 in a series.
    • Chambers, Charles Edward, ca. 1883-1941
    • 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
    • Food Control Is A War Measure

    • Text enumerates needs and aims of food conservation in order to promote the war effort. "Allied strategy shapes the food conservation campaign. Military urgency gives force to every food regulation. All needs bend to army requirements…" Poster is...


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