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Strong in the strength of the Lord, we who fight in the people's cause will never stop until that cause is won, , 1942

 Item — Item: wwp00150
Identifier: Subseries 2.7:

Scope and Content of the Subseries

From the Sub-Series:

This subseries covers those posters designed to galvanize support for the war effort. Poster illustrations include flags and war heroes, the attack at Pearl Harbor, and encouragement to work with all Americans in the war effort, despite social, racial, or gender differences. There are also examples of the Four Freedoms posters by Norman Rockwell.


  • Creation: 1942



From the Collection:

Languages represented in the collection: English and French.


This collection is open for research.


From the Collection: 330 posters


28 x 40 in.


Poster showing three raised arms, two with fists gripping tools, one gripping a rifle. They appear to be a male factory worker, a soldier, and a female factory worker (cuff of work uniform is decorated). The text of the poster is a quotation from a speech by Vice President Henry Wallace. Poster art by David Stone Martin. Produced by the Office of War Information, No. 8. Printed: [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942, O-488341. Reference Number: wwp00150

Repository Details

Part of the 01 - Special Collections & Archives, The Claremont Colleges Library Repository

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Claremont CA 91711 United States