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Victory Garden

Uncle Sam says - garden to cut food costs Poster created by photos_wpa. Order as shown, or change the print size or paper type & add custom framing.

The Victory Garden (Hardcover) ~ Lee Kochenderfer Cover Art

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Help farm for victory. Join the Women's Land Service. -- WWII propaganda poster (New Zealand, UK), c. 1939-1945.

Help farm for victory. Join the Women's Land Service. -- WWII propaganda poster (New Zealand, UK), c.

American Gardener: Victory Gardens in The BULLETIN at Terrain

American Gardener: Victory Gardens

American Gardener: Victory Gardens in The BULLETIN at Terrain

Save Seed for Victory poster, victory garden, ca1917 - ca1919 vintage

"Save Seed For Victory. Start Right- Now- In the Field Good Seed Wins. From unknown seed Defeat. From Home- grown, Field- Selected Well- Pre.

Vintage picture: Grow the foods you need.

The Boise Backyard Chicken Experience: Homesteading Ephemera Gallery

VS Day (Victory over Snow) – gardeninacity

VS Day (Victory over Snow)

Between 1941 and posters like the ones above dotted the American landscape, encouraging citizens to support the war by planting a vegetable garden at home.

Dig on for Victory  UK  c. 1939-1945

Occupy Organic Veggie Gardens – Rebirth of the Victory Garden // Great Gardens Ideas //

A woman dressed in stars and stripes poses with vegetables and jars of preserved food in this WWI poster by Leonebel Jacobs, c. 1918. The poster was used as part of a campaign to get citizens to write for a free booklet offered by the National War Garden Commission.

The Fruits of Victory

Vintage victory canning poster The National War Garden Commission asks, "Are You a Victory Canner?

We eat because we work. We belong to the U.S. School Garden Army.  --  WWI propaganda poster (USA), 1917.

American Food Posters From World War I and II

Poster for the United States School Garden Army (USSGA), launched by the federal Bureau of Education (BOE) during World War I.

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