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I need you on the job full time / Don't get hurt
The Health of the Child is the Power of the Nation / For Every Soldier Lost Over There, Sa...
Bulletins Are Read by 3,500,000 Workmen Each Week ... Attention! ... Motormen Attention! T...
Bulletins Are Read by 3,500,000 Workmen Each Week ... Two Soldiers of America ... Your Par...
He Can't Win With His Arm in a Sling ... (Second Prize, Newspaper Cartoonists' Contest, Sa...
Bulletins Are Read by 4,500,000 Workmen Each Week ... Washington and Lincoln Fought ... Co...
Drs. Hawthorne and Bowie, (Grant Recipients for Heart Research), March 1964 [cellulose ace...