U.S. Government Printing Office Our Good Earth... Keep It Ours
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One poster entitled, "Our Good Earth... Keep It Ours," printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office, dated 1942. Poster features a farmer in his field with two children. The farmer is gripping three stalks of wheat and looking off into the distance. The identifying numbers at the bottom of the poster are WSS-509 and O-470156. The artist who painted the image for the poster is John Steuart Curry.
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