Fight World Famine World War I Advertising Poster


Genre: World War I
Artist: Anonymous Artists
Year Printed: c. WW1
Size: 19 x 28
Country of Poster: Unknown
Restoration Detail: Unrestored
Grade: Very Fine
Additional Information: Original, liinen backed stone lithograph: 'FIGHT WORLD FAMINE enroll in The Boys' Working Reserve." Printed by Thomsen-Ellis Company, Baltimore ::New York. Department of Labor. A Doughboy in Action with his Pitch-fork Pictured Fighting World Famine as Large Birds attack his Wheat Field. This Poster by the U. S. Employment Service is asking Young Boys to apply and enroll in " The Boys Working Reserve." Details: This poster is of a war propaganda ad that shows a young man holding a pitchfork. The text at the bottom reads 'Fight World Famine. Enroll in The Boys Working Reserve.' Due to the shortage of workers in the United States, particularly in the agriculture industry, young boys, 16 to 20 years old, were encouraged to enroll in The Boys' Working Reserve during the summer months to work on farms. This was an attempt to relieve the chronic food shortage in the United States. Excellent condition This is an Original Lithograph Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. The Vintage Poster has been working with collectors around the world helping them with their original vintage poster collections. Our posters come with a . We stand behind the description and condition of the vintage posters shown on the website. The Vintage Poster is an IVPDA certified vintage poster dealer. Available online to you 24/7. We are glad to assist you. Our current inventory is online and is updated frequently. To purchase, simply add the item(s) to your cart and check out. They will be delivered to your door. Your satisfaction is guaranteed!

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