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Old World War II Homefront Store Window Display Photograph
Item #7522
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Old World War II Homefront Store Window Display Photograph
World War II   Store   Advertising   Sign   Display   WWII   Homefront   Photo   Photograph   Historic   Nostalgic
The picture shows this Old World War II Homefront Store Window Display Photograph. This photograph was found amongst other World War II homefront photographs from Fitchburg and Boston, Massachusetts.

The photo pictures a store window display pertaining to WWII. There is a poster of a United States Soldier in the center that reads "NEXT!". Around the poster are newspaper headlines, one reading "BOMB TOKYO". Other signs read as follows:

Buy That Extra Bond

Keep The Good News Coming
And Speed Victory

I Make All This Possible
...And I Help Too!

The photograph measures about 4-1/2" x 3-1/4". It is in near mint as made condition. It is light as seen in the scan below.

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Old World War II Homefront Store Window Display Photograph

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