[Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945. Poster. Near fine: folded as issued, 1/8” tear in upper and lower left margins and one pinpoint separation at intersection.
An World War II government poster which uncommonly features an African American. It encourages the purchase of war bonds, with an image of Booker T. Washington, along with his quote, “Without vision there is no hope. Protect your country...and your future.”
OCLC locates four holdings over two entries, internet searches reveal another two.
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