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    World War II Propaganda (1941). Window Cards (3) (14" X 22") Cyrus Hungerford Artwork. War.
    Featured are three World War II propaganda window cards from 1941. The window cards were meant to be hung in workplaces for the people working on the homefront. Each one gives a different bit of advice to workers, one about workplace safety, one about being wary of spies, and one about defense work. Unrestored window cards that display signs of use. May include light edge wear, slight creases, mild dust shadows, pinholes, very minor tears, rippling, or unobtrusive smudges. Fine/Very Fine.


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    October, 2018
    7th Sunday
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