A WWII WPA poster from the War Services Project in Pennsylvania: 'Stop and get your free fag bag Careless matches aid the Axis.' The poster encourages the use of a 'fag bag' for disposal of matches. 'Fag' is a colloquialism for cigarettes commonly used during the '40s. Illustrated by Louis Hirshman some time between 1941 and 1943.
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