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"Doing All You Can, Brother?" WWII War Bonds Poster by Robert Smullyan Sloan (1943)

"Doing All You Can, Brother?" WWII War Bonds Poster by Robert Smullyan Sloan (1943)

This poster features a wounded soldier against a bleak background. The  message reads "Doing All You Can, Brother? Buy War Bonds" in bold letters. The poster's intention is to encourage Americans to support the war effort by purchasing war bonds, which would help fund the war and ensure that American troops had the necessary resources to fight and win.

The poster's use of a direct and confrontational message is meant to appeal to people's sense of duty and responsibility to their country. And perhaps compare the soldier's sacrifice to those at home. The soldier's direct gaze is a powerful visual cue that help to reinforce the urgency and importance of the message. 

Size*: 22" x 28"
Condition: Good to Very Good

Folded. Stored flat. Some paper loss along fold lines, as well as fold separations at the lower middle and center, as well as the edge of the right side.

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Poster Text:  Doing All You Can, Brother? Buy War Bonds - U.S. Government Printing Office 1943 - O -502782 WSS 715A
Tags: WWII   Bonds and Stamps   Home Front  
Produced by:  U.S. Government Printing Office  
Artist/Designer(s): Robert Smullyan Sloan  
* Sizes are approximate and given in good faith. Sizes are also given for the area of the item itself. Linen backing posters may slightly stretch the poster size, in addition posters often have a larger linen border that extends beyond the poster area. Measurements are for poster alone. Please contact us if you have any questions or you need to confirm exact size.
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