Date(s) - 08/09/2013
With few words and compelling images the propaganda posters of both the World Wars motivated people to conserve fuel, plant victory gardens, collect scrap metals, buy War Bonds, and enlist in the service. The posters hung in schools, libraries, theaters, post offices, government buildings, and most public places. The Sigal Museum will be showcasing 48 of these “weapons of mass communication” from our extensive collection along with archival materials, uniforms, and artifacts of those who answered the call to service on the front and on the home front here in Northampton County
Exhibit open during regular museum hours and continues through November 20. Admission $7 adults, $5 children 3-12.