Keep It Alive! For National Defense. This WWII-era poster from Consolidated Edison System Companies shows a lineman working on a telephone pole with the message: "Keep it alive! For National Defense." Illustrated by Weimer Pursell. Keep it alive for national defense was one of a large number of patriotic posters created during WWII to motivate workers as the nation mobilized war production.
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