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DescriptionWorld War I Propaganda (United States Food Administration, 1917). Fine+ on Linen. Propaganda Poster (21.25" X 29"). "Victory is a Question of Stamina." Harvey Dunn Artwork. Part of any number of civilian donation drives held during wartime, this illustration by front line artist-correspondent, Harvey Dunn, beckons the public to provide their boys overseas with the most basic of necessities: food. Partial touchup has been applied to pinholes, small tears, and a couple of chips: one a the bottom and another in the top left corner. There was a tear from the right border into the image and a tear in the top left corner into the crest. Fine+ on Linen.
Estimate: $400 - $800.
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