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WWII WAR BONDS RALLY Detroit photo print
WWII WAR BONDS RALLY Detroit photo print
Photo #1259
(Use this photo number when ordering)
by Jan Kaulins

WW II WAR BONDS RALLY Detroit Cadillac Square photo picture print for sale. A huge crowd gathers on the streets of downtown Detroit at Cadillac Square in 1942 during World War II to come out to support the United States in their war effort by purchasing War Bonds. In the foreground center of this unique WWII era photo we can see a man dressed as Uncle Sam and next to him a woman in military uniform selling bonds to the people in the crowd. Many celebrities would come out and perform on the stage set up for these huge crowds. This is a great image with lots of detail on the faces and clothing of the crowd.

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