Wednesday, April 22, 2015

WWII Signs



The Greatest Generation Exhibit at the History Center in St. Paul had these three posters as part of the collection. Certainly is a trip down memory lane.

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17 comments:

  1. I wonder if our country will ever be as united as it was during those days.

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  2. Great fun to see the old signs.

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  3. ah, the victory garden! neat!

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  4. The first one really stands out for me. Some years ago our War Museum had an exhibit on propaganda posters from around the world. One of these seems familiar. It was probably part of the exhibit.

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  5. Love the nostalgia.

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  6. I would really enjoy this exhibit. I was about 10 years too late for WWII, but i do remember the posters, the rationing, FDR's radio chats and my dad's 1941 Plymouth!

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  7. I wonder the same thing Kathy does.

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  8. Reading "No Ordinary Time" is certainly an eye-opener as regards what the U.S. did. Pretty amazing. I can't imagine people today giving up Starbucks and growing their own food.

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  9. Nice vintage graphics.

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  10. Saw a similar exhibit a few years ago and enjoyed it.

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  11. Great bits of nostalgia.

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  12. Nice exhibition of the past.

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  13. The graphics and color on these posters add to the message. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  14. Fine posters. I like seeing the old things.

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  15. Great old posters.

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