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Images from The World War I Liberty Bond Posters Collection

Victor Perard.  One two three : Now, all together! Third Liberty Loan. [“Supplement to Electrical World, March 30, 1918"].  11 7/8" x 8 3/4" 
Wear your fourth Liberty Loan honor button: 4th Liberty Loan bonds.  13 7/8" x 11" 
Louis Raemaekers.  Will you be ready to-morrow to make munitions for Germany? If not : invest in Liberty bonds to-day. [1917?]  19" x 12" 
Let Uncle Sam take this–and he will pay back this–All he asks you to do is keep your bond : Buy Liberty bonds and keep them : Ask your
foreman. [1918]. 17 5/8" x 11 3/4" 
James Montgomery Flagg.  Say folks! If you lend us a hand now, then you won´t be ashamed to meet us with the good old hand-shake when we get our job finished. From us. Ask your foreman about the 3rd Liberty Loan.  17 ½" x 11 5/8" 
Porter.  “It´s awful lonesome round our house since Daddy´s gone away–Please help bring him back to us” : Liberty Bonds Will Do it! : Buy
Bonds to your Utmost : Ask your Foreman.  17 5/8" x 11 3/4" 
How long and how well could you work without this ... or this ... or these ... or this ... : Remember that the money you invest in Liberty bonds is used to buy food – clothing – fighting tools for our soldiers and to fill their pay envelopes : Ask your foreman about the 3rd Liberty Loan.  17 5/8" x 11 5/8" 
Louis Raemaekers.  After a Zeppelin raid in London : “But Mother Had Done Nothing Wrong, Had She, Daddy?” Prevent this in New York : Invest in Liberty Bonds.  19" x 12"