New York State Land Army Membership Committee from WWI shows a young woman tending a garden, with a drawing of a soldier in the background: 'Get behind the girl he left behind him. Join the land army.' During WWI the government encouraged women to participate in the Land Army to help keep farm production from declining. Women were transported form their homes to farms to help tend and harvest crops. The original poster is from the American Lithographic Co., c. 1918.
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