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WORLD WAR I: POSTER, 1917.
Poster to be displayed in food service establishments in the United States. Poster, 1917.
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U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION.
United States Food Administration participating in community service in Washington D.C. Photograph, c1918.
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POSTER: FOOD SUPPLY, 1918.
'This is what God gives us - What are you giving so that others may live? Eat less wheat, meat, fats, sugar - Send more to Europe or they will starve.' Lithograph by A. Hendee, 1918.
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0322910
WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1917.
'Food - don't waste it. 1. Buy it with thought. 2. Cook it with care. 3. Use less wheat and meat. 4. Buy local foods. 5. Serve just enough. 6. Use what is left.' Lithograph, 1917.
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WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1917.
'Eat more cornmeal, rye flour, oatmeal, and barley - Save the wheat for the fighters.' Lithograph by Adolph Treidler, 1917.
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WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1918.
'They are giving all - Will you send them wheat?' Lithograph by Harvey Dunn, 1918.
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0322747
U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION.
Women at work in the United States Food Administration War Kitchen. The administration was responsible for the Allied Forces food reserves during World War I. Photograph, 1917.
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WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1917.
'Get behind our soldiers, sailors, and our allies. Send them the most food possible in the least shipping space. Do it by eating less wheat, beef, pork, fats, and sugar.' Lithograph, 1917.
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0323816
WORLD WAR I: U.S. POSTER.
'Food will win the war - You came here seeking freedom, now you must help to preserve it - Wheat is needed for the allies - waste nothing.' Lithograph by Charles Edward Woodward for the U.S. Food Administration, 1917.
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WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1917.
'Food - don't waste it. 1. Use less wheat and meat. 2. Buy local foods. 3. Serve just enough. 4. Use what is left.' Lithograph, 1917.
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WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1917.
'"America - the hope of all who suffer, the dread of all who wrong." - Whittier. Save food and defeat frightfulness.'
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WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1917.
'Fats are fuel for fighters Bake, boil, and broil more - fry less.' Lithograph, 1917.
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U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION.
The United States Food Administration War Kitchen at 926 McPherson Street in Washington D.C. The administration was responsible for the Allied Forces food reserves during World War I. Photograph, c1917.
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WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1918.
'Don't let up - Keep on saving food.' Lithograph by F. Luis Mora, 1918.
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WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1917.
'Keep it coming - waste nothing.' Lithograph by George Illian, 1917.
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WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1917.
'Help your boy at the front - Use less wheat and meat - Send more to him.' Lithograph, 1917.
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WWI: FOOD SUPPLY, 1917.
Little Americans, do your bit ... Save the wheat for our soldiers - Leave nothing on your plate.' Lithograph by Parker Cushman, 1917.
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POSTER: CORN, 1918.
'Corn - The food of the nation - Serve some way every meal - appetizing, nourishing, economical.' Lithograph by Lloyd Harrison, 1918.
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WORLD WAR I: U.S. POSTER.
'Food is ammunition.' U.S. Food administration World War I poster, c1918.
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0323364
WWI: POSTER, 1918.
'Eat cane syrup & molasses, save sugar by using best Louisiana molasses and sugar cane syrup.' Lithograph for the United States Food Administration, 1918.
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0323365
WWI: POSTER, 1917.
'Your sugar ration is 2 lbs. per month.' Lithograph for the United States Food Administration, 1917.
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VERNON L. KELLOGG (1867-1937).
American entomologist. Photographed in 1917, while working for the U.S. Food Administration during World War I.
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WWI: POSTER, 1917.
'Sugar means ships - The consumption of sugar sweetened drinks must be reduced - For your beverages 400 million lbs. of sugar were imported in ships last year. Every ship is needed to carry soldiers and supplies now.' Lithograph by Ernest Fuhr for the United States Food Administration, 1917.
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POSTER: CORN, 1918.
'Wholesome nutritious foods from corn - Corn products are plentiful.' Lithograph by Lloyd Harrison, 1918.
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UNITED STATES.
Government officials with bagged wheat sent to Europe during WWI. U.S. Government Food & Drug Admin.
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UNITED STATES.
A Food Administration sign encourages food conservation during WWI. U.S. Government Food & Drug Admin.
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WWI: POSTER, 1917.
'Food will win the war.' Sign displayed in the windows of food service establishments during World War I. Lithograph, 1917.
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WORLD WAR I: U.S. POSTER.
'Save Food and Defeat Frightfulness.' U.S. Food Administration World War I poster, 1918.
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WWI: POSTER, 1917.
'Sir - don't waste while your wife saves - Adopt the doctrine of the clean plate - do your share.' Lithograph by William Crawford Young, 1917.
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WORLD WAR I: U.S. POSTER.
'This Is What God Gives Us.' U.S. Food Administration World War I poster, c1918.
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WORLD WAR I: U.S. POSTER.
'Save a Loaf a Week.' U.S. Food Administration World War I poster, c1918.
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POSTER: WWI, 1917.
'Save wheat.. meat... fats... sugar... and serve the cause of freedom.' Lithograph by Frederic G. Cooper for the United States Food Administration, 1917.
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0323363
WWI: POSTER, 1918.
'Sugar - Save it.' Lithograph for the United States Food Administration, 1918.
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WORLD WAR I: U.S. POSTER.
'Eat More, Eat Less.' U.S. Food Administration World War I poster, c1918.
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POSTER: FOOD SUPPLY, 1918.
'Eat less, and let us be thankful that we have enough to share with those who fight for freedom.' Lithograph by A. Hendee, 1918.
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0007276
WORLD WAR I: U.S. POSTER.
'Food Will Win the War.' U.S. Food Administration World War I poster, 1917.
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WORLD WAR I: POSTER, 1917.
Poster for the United States Food Administration during World War I. Lithograph by Harvey Dunn, 1917.
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RED CROSS POSTER, 1917.
Poster by the American Red Cross and the U.S. Food Administration, encouraging Americans to save food, and featuring a quote by John Greenleaf Whittier: 'America, the hope of all who suffer, the dread of all who wrong.' Lithograph by Herbert Andrew Paus, 1917.
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USA.
'Eat less and let us be thankful that we have enough to share with those who fight for freedom'. First World War propaganda poster, United States Food Administration, c. 1917. Full credit: Pictures from History / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.