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"Remember - There's No Medicine for Regret" ~ WWII anti-V.D. poster.

A Sailor doesn’t have to prove he’s a man! Remember: There’s no medicine for regret. This WWII public health education poster shows a sailor holding another back from approaching a prostitute.

"Ivory Soap had a good many unusual experiences during the war..." The Golden Age of Denial: Pimping the Military, by Christopher Harrity

'ivory soap had a good many unusual experiences during the war, and was found in many strange bath-tubs' - ivory soap, late

The Golden Age of Denial: Homoerotic Military Recruitment Art of the Last Century

The Golden Age of Denial: Homoerotic Military Recruitment Art of the Last Century

" Navy Recruiting Poster by artist James Montgomery Flagg, issued during W.

World War Two poster about saying no to prostitutes

Anti-Prostitution Posters from World War Two

War-Era Anti-Prostitution Posters - This one shows "Venereal Disease" sitting in a comfy chair looking at pinups of an army, naval, and air force officer. The caption reads: "Don't be HER pin-up boy.

Vintage Public Health Posters Show Just How Creepy The 20th Century Was

Vintage Public Health Posters Show Just How Creepy The 20th Century Was

As old as creation Syphilis is now curable :Consult your physician / New York] : WPA Federal Art Project, or

Women of Britain Say 'Go!' Art Print by E.J. Kealey at King & McGaw

Women of Britain Say 'Go! Kealey - art print from King & McGaw

J.C. Leyendecker lived from 1874 to 1951 and had a style and technique all his own. During his career he was an illustration god to a young Norman Rockwell, and in fact, Rockwell stopped doing "Saturday Evening Post" covers after he did his 321st, stopping just shy of Leyendecker's total of 322, in homage to his hero.

J.C. Leyendecker lived from 1874 to 1951 and had a style and technique all his own. During his career he was an illustration god to a young Norman Rockwell, and in fact, Rockwell stopped doing "Saturday Evening Post" covers after he did his 321st, stopping just shy of Leyendecker's total of 322, in homage to his hero.

Intriguing WW2-Era Posters Telling People To Stop Getting STDs Already  These public health campaigns launched in the '30s and '40s feature some beautiful graphic design.

12 Intriguing WW2-Era Posters Telling People To Stop Getting STDs Already

Intriguing Posters Telling People To Stop Getting STDs Already These public health campaigns launched in the and feature some beautiful graphic design.

Vintage STD Poster

50 vintage anti-venereal disease propaganda posters from the through the

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Examples of vintage World War 1 Navy recruiting propaganda posters. Pictures of Navy art for recruitment of sailors and purchase of weapons.

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She never felt so scared. but now she realizes the kids are INSIDE the car!

She never felt so scared... but now she realizes the kids are INSIDE the car!
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