U.S. Government Printing Office Even a little can help a lot - NOW
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One poster entitled, "Even a little can help a lot - NOW," printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office, dated 1942. Poster features a mother and daughter putting war savings stamps into a book. The daughter is licking the stamp while the mom watches her with a smile on her face. They look like they are on the floor as the mother is reclining and the daughter is crouching. Next to the girl is a United States Army officer's hat. The illustration is courtesy of Ladies Home Journal, and the artist is Albert Parker. The identifying numbers at the bottom of the poster are DDS-405 and O-455803.
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