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Uncle Sam Says: "All the Kings in the World Can't Beat My Hand" : National Safety and Industrial Prosperity Are Dependent upon the Loyalty and Efficiency of Our Producing and Consuming Citizens : the Rules of the War Came Make Victory Inevitable for the Best Partners Holding the Strongest Cards : Pull Together and Call.
New York: Issued by the National Industrial Conservation Movement, [between 1914 and 1918].

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Title:
Uncle Sam Says: "All the Kings in the World Can't Beat My Hand" : National Safety and Industrial Prosperity Are Dependent upon the Loyalty and Efficiency of Our Producing and Consuming Citizens : the Rules of the War Came Make Victory Inevitable for the Best Partners Holding the Strongest Cards : Pull Together and Call.
Publisher:
New York: Issued by the National Industrial Conservation Movement,
Date:
[between 1914 and 1918].
Format:
1 print : b & w ; 65 x 49 cm.
Notes:
Subject: Uncle Sam holding a hand of cards labeled: farmer, consumer, banker, wage earner, manufacturer. "E-9."
Agency:
National Industrial Conservation Movement.
Call Number:
Gray A-894 u.s.
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