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DescriptionWorld War I Propaganda Lot (United States Food Administration, 1917) Rolled, Good+. Posters (2) (20" X 29"& 20.5" X 29") "Food is Ammunition..." & "Sir Don't Waste..." War. From artists John E. Sheridan and William Crawford Young, these World War I propaganda posters press the importance of not wasting food and how it affects supplies for deployed soldiers. Average unrestored posters that may have significant edge wear, creases, tearing into the interior, pinholes, chipping and paper loss, and general age wear, as well as brittleness, staining, archival tape on the verso, or tape stains. The "Food is Ammunition..." poster has some penciled writing in the upper left background. They may be in need of restoration, or may, in fact, have significant restoration. Rolled, Good+.
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