Report of National Women's Liberty Loan Committee for the Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign, September 28th to October 19th, 1918

By: National Woman's Liberty Loan Committee; Treasury Department

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Book Condition: Very Good


Original publisher's beige wrappers with staple binding. 6" x 9." Thirty-two pages, complete. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Slight wear at the corners along the fore-edge. Lower-left corner of back cover has a small chip. Page 31 has a small faint stain not affecting text. Printer information in the lower-right corner of back cover: "The Faithorn Company, Chicago." Liberty loans (or bonds) were war bonds that were sold to support the Allies during World War I. The purchasing of said loans were promoted as a patriotic act during the war. Included is a brief history of the National Woman's Liberty Loan Committee which was formed in May 1917. Women who were part of the Committee sold war bonds during World War I. In this pamphlet, the women of the Committee are commended for their work and a summary for each state in the U.S., as well as France, includes statistics about the sales of Liberty bonds. Names of officers are also listed.

Title: Report of National Women's Liberty Loan Committee for the Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign, September 28th to October 19th, 1918

Author Name: National Woman's Liberty Loan Committee; Treasury Department

Categories: U.S. History, World War I, Women,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: Washington, D.C., 1918

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 021799

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