Kosciuszko, Pulawski fought for liberty in America, Can you help America fight for freedom in Poland? Eat less sugar, wheat, meat, fats so that we can support our brothers fighting in the allied armies
Text (in Polish): Kosciuszko, Pulawski [sic.] walczyli o wolnosc w Ameryce Czy ty pomozesz Ameryce walczyc o wolnosc w Polsce? Jedz Mniej Pszenicy-miesa-ttuszczy-cukru abysmy mogli pomodz maszym braciom walczactm w Amiach Alianckich - Zarzad Spozywczy Stanow Zjednoconych
Text: Over There! Skilled Workers - (stamp in box) For Information Write Or Apply To Department Aeronautical Officers No. 4 Broad Street Charleston, N.C. - On the ground behind the lines in the Air Service - (list top left to bottom right) Chauffeurs, Metal Workers, Auto Mechanics, Wood Workers, Machinists, Photographers, Carpenters, Tailors, Motorcyclists - And Men From 40 Other Trades - Skilled Workers Registered in the Draft, or Under 40 Years of Age Can Still Join the Aviation Section, Signal Corps, U.S. Army - For Instructions Write Air Personnel Division, Recruiting Section, Signal Corps, Washington, D.C.
Text: 2 Inspiring Cablegrams - Chairman Edward N. Hurley cables: "…We want you and the boys in the trenches to know that the men in the yards are going to limit to provide in record-braking time the ships that will carry more Men, Food and Munitions to the intrepid American Expeditionary Forces." - General Pershing replies: " The launching of nearly 100 ships on the Fourth of July is the most inspiring news that has come to us. All ranks of the Army in France send their congratulations and heart-felt thanks to their patriotic brothers in the shipyards at home. No more defiant answer could be given to the enemy's challenge. With such backing we cannot fail to win. All hail, American Ship-Builders!" - United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation
Text: The Combination that Will Win the War - Every piece of work done in this plant has a direct bearing on the outcome of the war. Our finished product goes to France. The men who face for us weariness, hardships, death, depend upon us. Our work here, fits their work over there, like a cog in a giant machine. Without our product they are helpless. With it they are invincible. They fight with what we make. We are their resource and reliance, the American workman and the American soldier, the combination that will win the war. - Issued By Ordnance Department U.S. Army
Text: Mine More Coal - President Wilson Demands Coal To Win The War - "The existing scarcity of coal is creating a grave danger-in fact the most serious which confronts us-and calls for prompt and vigorous action on the part of both operators and miners. … - "The only worker who deserves the condemnation of his community is the one who fails to give his best in this crisis; not the one who accepts deferred classification and works regularly and diligently to increase the coal output. - "A great task is to be performed. - "The operators and their staffs alone can not do it; but both parties, working hand in hand with a grim determination to rid the country of its greatest obstacle to winning the war, can do it. - "It is with full confidence that I call upon you to assume the burden of producing an ample supply of coal." - Woodrow Wilson. - United States Fuel Administration