Florida Remembers WWII

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Florida Buys for Victory poster. This poster promoted the sale of U.S. war bonds and stamps, and it is unusual in that it specifically targeted Floridians as part of the war effort.
(Collections of the Florida State Archives)

Florida Buys for Victory poster.  This poster promoted the sale of U.S. war bonds and stamps, and it is unusual in that it specifically targeted Floridians as part of the war effort. - (Collections of the Florida State Archives)
(Photography by Ray Stanyard)
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