Contents
Introduction
The Campaign
Magazine Cover Gallery
After July 1942
Behind the Designs
House & Garden
Children's Playmate
Life
Steel Horizons
Ladies' Home Journal
The Flag In World War II
Search the Covers
About The Collection, Resources, Credits
Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Behring Center
About The Collection Resources Credits
July 1942: United We Stand
Steel Horizons
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Detail of poster spread in Steel Horizons, July 1942
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Steel Horizons, published by Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, promoted the use of steel in various industrial applications. The July issue featured four pages of poster designs that carried patriotic messages like “Remember Pearl Harbor” and “More Production.” The article discussed the important role of incentive posters in the workplace. Both magazines and posters worked to build morale, increase production, encourage recycling, and sell war bonds.

This issue also included a portrait of General Douglas MacArthur, suitable for framing, after an oil painting by Jack Moranz.

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The Covers
Steel Horizons
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(detail) Poster spread in Steel Horizons, July 1942

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