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  • Subject: work
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    • 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
    • Clubs are trumps

    • SGN 0550
    • A billboard illustrating a hand holding playing cards with the words, "Clubs are trumps; join a car club at your company car sharing exchange to-day; it's a good bid for victory."
    • Billboards; War work
    • Put him on the spot

    • SGN 0270
    • A billboard illustrating a japanese war casualty with the words, "Put him on the spot, stop accidents."
    • Billboards; Soldiers; War casualties; War work
    • Who me?

    • SGN 0380
    • A billboard illustrating a laborer with the words, " Who Me? Yes you...Keep mum about this job."
    • Billboards; Internal security; War work
    • 105,000 casualties so far

    • SGN 0580
    • A billboard illustrating a row of white crosses with the words, "105,000 casualties so far; stay on the job."
    • Billboards; Uncle Sam (Symbolic character); 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
    • Pass the ammunition

    • SGN 0300
    • A billboard illustrating a soldier carrying a crate with the words, " Pass the ammunition; O.K. soldier-that's our job!"
    • Billboards; Soldiers; 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
    • 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
    • Are you working every day?

    • SGN 0460
    • A billboard illustrating a soldier in combat and a laborer with the words, "Are you working every day? Stay on the job; finish the job."
    • Billboards; Soldiers; War work
    • And you can help speed this day

    • SGN 0320
    • A billboard illustrating a soldier kissing a woman and three laborers with the words, "Home; and you...can help speed this day."
    • Billboards; Soldiers; 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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 they win

    • SGN 0260
    • A billboard illustrating german soldiers with the words, "If they win only our dead are free."
    • Billboards; Soldiers; War work

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