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WWII - print vintage stuff from net & put in frames around reception

"Lets go - Wings for Victory" Campaign - During the war a campaign was launched to encourage people to donate money to purchase new aircraft for the war effort. This is one of the advertising posters from

World War II Victory Gardens (aka War Gardens) were not limited to the United States of America. Every nation was affected and all relied, to one degree or another, on the citizen's of their nation producing some of their own food. This is a poster from England.

The Wartime Kitchen: Living of Rations with Ration Book Cooking – Day Two & Lord Woolton Pie

The concept of "training your partner/spouse" is pretty offensive regardless of gender or sexual orientation. Relationships are negotiations, not domesticating a pet.

Train Your Husband vintage poster- and here is the flipside of that "Train your Wife" poster. If you feel the need to "train" your husband or wife, then maybe you don't need to be married.

My great-grandmother was a welder on the concrete battleships during WW2.

Woman Ordnance Worker poster "The Girl He Left Behind" shows Rosie the Riveter in red bandana. A number of variants of Rosie posters were done during the war. This is among the most desirable.

Ball Canning

"Preserve Perishable Produce" -- WWI propaganda poster (UK), c. Where can you get a home canner vs. using mason jars?

Oh my... this made me laugh. But, seriously, if we still taught it this way to our teens maybe things would be different....hmm..

A World War II poster warning against the risks of venereal disease by use of images of supposedly "loose" women, all with a red motif of some kind, as well as a loaded gun. Venereal Disease Poster No.

Vintage War Posters #veggielove

From the Design Desk: Veggie Love

Preserving for Victory 1944. Quilt Block printed on cotton for quilters. Ready to sew.  Single 4x6 block $4.95. Set of 4 blocks with pattern $17.95.

Easy Preserving For Victory - Demetria Taylor - 1943 Wartime Canning Guide with Vintage Labels - Handwritten Recipes and Vintage Ephemera