This WWI Poster was created by the United States Food Administration during WWI to promote the domestic consumption of corn over more valuable items such as beef: 'Corn - the food of the nation. Serve some way every meal. Appetizing. Nourishing. Economical.' Illustrated by artist Lloyd Harrison, c. 1918.
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