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“Matters Will Go Swimmingly,” New-York Tribune (New York, NY), July 8, 1917. Library of Congress, Newspaper Pictorials: World War I Rotogravures, 1914 to 1919.

“Matters Will Go Swimmingly,” New-York Tribune (New York, NY), July 8, 1917. Library of Congress, Newspaper Pictorials: World War I Rotogravures, 1914 to 1919.

Free Printable - Vintage Christmas Paper Dolls - The Graphics Fairy

Free Printable - Vintage Christmas Paper Dolls

“Palm Beach Bathing Number,” The New York tribune (New York, NY), February 27, 1916. Library of Congress, Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers.

“Palm Beach Bathing Number,” The New York tribune (New York, NY), February 27, 1916. Library of Congress, Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers.

When we’ll have no running water, no hyperactive emergency services, no electricity… we are going to turn back to what people did 100 years ago. Here you’ll find some “little”

When we’ll have no running water, no hyperactive emergency services, no electricity… we are going to turn back to what people did 100 years ago. Here you’ll find some “little”

The Food Board asked Canadians to conserve and preserve food supplies and avoid hoarding. The need to modify behaviour was tied to patriotism and support for the war effort. This message was especially apparent in this image of a soldier pointing to the violence of the trench warfare behind him as he asks Canadians to conserve food.

The Food Board asked Canadians to conserve and preserve food supplies and avoid hoarding. The need to modify behaviour was tied to patriotism and support for the war effort. This message was especially apparent in this image of a soldier pointing to the violence of the trench warfare behind him as he asks Canadians to conserve food.

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