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  • Subject: Billboards
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    • 7th War Loan Drive

    • BD 0010
    • A man attaching a sign to a billboard showing a week's total of payroll deductions
    • Billboards; Fercleve Corporation; Signs; War bonds and funds
    • 5th War Loan Drive

    • BD 0030
    • Billboard showing donations of contractors and total bond subscriptions of K-25 area
    • Billboards; Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation; Ford Bacon and Davis; J. A. Jones Construction Company; Kellex Corporation; Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant; Signs; War bonds and funds
    • U. S. Engineering District 6th War Loan

    • BD 0050
    • Two billboards showing percentage of participation and honor roll in 6th War Loan Drive for U. S. Engineer Detachment
    • Billboards; Signs; War bonds and funds
    • Military standing guard at Solway Gate

    • SEC 0095
    • Two men stand at a barrier on a curving road. A billboard is in the background.
    • Billboards; Gates; Guards; Internal security; Military police; Military uniforms; Security checkpoints; Signs
    • We're glad you came

    • SGN 0020
    • A billboard illustrating military personnel seen through binoculars with the words, "We're glad you came, how about to-morrow?"
    • Billboards; Binoculars; Military personnel; War work
    • If you can't go over

    • SGN 0040
    • Automobiles are parked next to a billboard illustrated with soldiers and a factory with the words, "If you can't go over, come across with good attendance."
    • Automobiles; Billboards; War work
    • Your husband killed in action

    • SGN 0050
    • A billboard illustrated with a uniformed man and a woman holding an infant with the words, " Your husband killed in action at Salerno Bas. How about some action on your part."
    • Billboards; Was casualities; War work
    • Accidents should happen to them

    • SGN 0060
    • A billboard with caricatures of Adolf Hitler and Hideki Tojo with the words, "Accidents should happen to them, not you!"
    • Billboards; War work
    • Will swap foxhole home

    • SGN 0070
    • A billboard illustrating a solider lying on the ground in vegetation with the words, "Will swap foxhole home with outside exposure. Neighbors sometimes noisy."
    • Billboards; Soldiers
    • Battles are not won by absentees

    • SGN 0080
    • A billboard illustrating sailors loading a battleship gun with the words, " Battles are not won by absentees, so stay on the job for victory."
    • Billboards; Military personnel; Sailors; War work
    • This is the only way

    • SGN 0090
    • A billboard illustrating a wounded solider being assisted by another with the words, "This is the only way he gets a day off."
    • Automobiles; Billboards; War casualties; War work
    • All they ask of you

    • SGN 0100
    • A billboard illustrating two scenes of wounded soldiers with the words, "All they ask of you is an honest day's work."
    • Billboards; War casualties; War work
    • We'll beat the Axis

    • SGN 0110
    • A billboard illustrating a soldier walking carrying a Japanese flag and a sword with the words, "We'll beat the Axis to their knees but it won't be done by absentees."
    • Billboards; Soldiers; War work
    • We're getting the goods

    • SGN 0120
    • A billboard illustrating soldiers carring supplies with the words, "We're getting the goods; thanks to you; please stay on the job."
    • Billboards; Soldiers; War work
    • We are looking to you

    • SGN 0130
    • A billboard illustrating a soldier and a sailor superimposed on two eyes with the words, " We are looking to you."
    • Automobiles; Billboards; Military personnel; War work
    • Still on the job

    • SGN 0140
    • A billboard illustrating a soldier dressed in a winter uniform with the words, "Still on the job at 20 below."
    • Billboards; Soldiers; War work

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