Contents
Introduction
The Campaign
July 1942: America At War
Organizing The Campaign
The Magazine Publishers
The Treasury Department
Award-Winning Designs
History of the Motto
Magazine Cover Gallery
After July 1942
Behind the Designs
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
The Treasury Department
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At the request of the Treasury Department, many magazines participating in the United We Stand campaign also carried advertisements for war bonds and stamps. The New Yorker cover features a border of twenty-five-cent stamps, while Esquire depicts a minuteman, mascot of the war-bond program. The award-winning cover of the NYLIC Review pictures a boy pasting ten-cent stamps into his album.
NYLIC Review courtesy of New York Life Insurance Company

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