||During the second World War, approximately 40% of all food consumed was the product of the Victory Garden program, and the 20 million Americans who participated by planting their own gardens.
Description: Woman is patching up man's britches with needle and thread while he oils the lawn mower. Sewing basket sits near by.
Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : U. S. Government Printing Office
Year: 1943; Economic aspects
Rationing and conservation
World War, 1939-1945. United States. Posters
This poster has been archivally mounted on linen. It is in excellent condition, though the creases are still somewhat visible. During WW2, virtually all American propaganda posters were folded so they could be sent through the mail to destinations throughout the country.