A 1942 American propaganda poster encouraging the purchase of war bonds.
Professionally printed on archival paper.
War bonds, sold at banks, post offices and other financial institutions across the country, were an $18.75 investment. Those that might not be able to afford the cost all at once could purchase ten-cent stamps that were then collected in a Treasury approved booklet until they totaled enough for a war savings bond. By the end of the war, more than 85 million Americans, out of a population of 139 million, had purchased bonds. Sacrifice became a way for men, women and children on the home front to support the war in their own way; to own their very own share in America.
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