1917 Save Food Loaf Bread Win War Ad Wwi Poster New Home Front Cooper Print 53 For Sale
The2FunAdGuyz offer anew, high quality reproduction, print of a simple, but fascinating 1917 United States World War I poster from the United States Food Administration. The USFA issued many such posters during World War I, imploring citizens to curb their consumption of food to help ship it to the U.S. Servicemen and starving civilian refugees in the European theater of war.
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Using a minimum of words and graphics, creator Frederic G Cooper stresses the importance of saving just a loaf of bread a week.
The Text reads: Save a loaf a week - help win the war.
The text at the bottom reads: U. S. Food Administration.
Artist: Frederic G Cooper was one of the most innovative and renowned illustrators of his era. He worked for many of the major magazines of the era including Life. He was an avid user of bold text in his illustrations and produced a notable series of ads for Westinghouse Toasters. His initials appear just below the red line at the top of the poster.
This simple posterserves as a poignant reminder of life in a different time.---
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