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    • Liquor shortage

    • SGN 0590
    • A sign with the words, "Don't blame us for the liquor shortage."
    • Alcoholic beverages; Consumer rationing; Signs
    • We mean business

    • SGN 0480
    • Two signs are pictured. One is illustrating Uncle Sam with the words, "We mean business; let's buy double this time." The other sign is a thermometer with quotas of a war loan drive.
    • Automobiles; Billboards; Jackson Square (Oak Ridge, Tenn.); Signs; Uncle Sam (Symbolic character); War bonds and funds
    • Whose son will die in the last minute of the war?

    • SGN 0220
    • A painter is completing a billboard with the words, "Whose son will die in the last minute of the war? Minutes count!"
    • Automobiles; Billboards; Ladders; Painters (Artists); Soldiers; War casualties; 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
    • Let 'em have it

    • SGN 0280
    • A billboard illustrating a soldier holding a hand grenade with the words, "Let 'em have it; buy bonds."
    • Automobiles; Billboards; Soldiers; War bonds and funds; 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
    • 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
    • Would you turn your back on a wounded soldier?

    • SGN 0500
    • Two men, one dressed in a military uniform stand beside a billboard advertising a war loan drive.
    • Badges; Billboards; Military uniforms; Signs; Soldiers; War bonds and funds; War casualities
    • 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
    • And may you at home remember your duty

    • SGN 0360
    • A man stands close to a billboard illustrating a solider kneeling with hands clasped with the words, "And may you at home remember your duty." Part of a bridge span can be seen in the background.
    • Billboards; Bridges; Soldiers; War work
    • Daddy is my pin up man

    • SGN 0350
    • A billboard illustrating a young child standing next to a portrait of a soldier with the words, "Daddy is my pin up man; you can speed his return."
    • Billboards; Children; Soldiers; War work
    • Daddy is my pin up man

    • SGN 0420
    • A billboard illustrating a young child standing next to a portrait of a soldier with the words, "Daddy is my pin up man; you can speed his return."
    • Billboards; Children; Soldiers; War work
    • If you believe in freedom

    • SGN 0340
    • A billboard illustrating a United States flag and a soldier with the words, " If you believe in freedom; work for it."
    • Billboards; Flags; Soldiers; War work
    • Watch your step

    • SGN 0250
    • A billboard illustrating workers walking with the words, "Watch your step; off the job too!" Men and a gasoline pump is in the background.
    • Billboards; Gasoline pumps; Internal security; War work
    • The enemy is looking for information

    • SGN 0430
    • A billboard illustrating an eye and a swastika with the words, " The Enemy is looking for information; guard your talk."
    • Billboards; Internal security
    • Loose talk helps our enemy

    • SGN 0290
    • A billboard illustrating a military officer and a swastika with the words, "Loose talk helps our enemy." A man sits in front of a sign directing deliveries for J. A. Jones Construction Company.
    • Billboards; Internal security; J. A. Jones Construction Company Inc; Signs
    • Three monkeys and Uncle Sam

    • SGN 0145
    • A billboard illustrating three monkeys with the words, "What you see here, what you do here, what you hear here, when you leave here, let it stay here."
    • Billboards; Internal security; Monkeys; Three monkeys (Motif); Uncle Sam (Symbolic character)
    • Loose talk helps our enemy

    • SGN 0310
    • A billboard illustrating Uncle Sam and soldiers wearing swastikas with the words, "Loose talk helps our enemy; so, let's keep our trap shut."
    • Billboards; Internal security; Soldiers; Uncle Sam (Symbolic character)

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