Image ID
HB-07101-A
Headline
Salvage window at Marshall Field & Company
Date Depicted
August 12, 1942
Date Created
August 12, 1942
Creator
Hedrich-Blessing
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
black-and-white transparencies
Copyright Notice
© Chicago Historical Society, published on or before 2015, all rights reserved
Credit Line
HB-07101-A, Chicago History Museum, Hedrich-Blessing Collection
Inventory Number
1991.505
Storage Location
Hedrich-Blessing Collection
Acquisition Source
Hedrich-Blessing Collection
Max Pixels - Height
6054
Max Pixels - Width
4800
KEYWORDS
1942
Hedrich-Blessing
(n.p.)
flags
patriotism
USA
built environment
20%
architecture
WWII
homefront efforts
propaganda
rations
Chicago (Ill.)
department stores
tin cans
window displays
Marshall Field & Company
wartime economics
1991.505
buildings
Hedrich-Blessing (Firm)
World War
salvage windows
hb07101a
salvage window at marshall field company

View of a window display, Save All Food Cans, encouraging consumers to save all metal food cans and tobacco containers for collection, with instructions sponsored by the War Prodcution Board and two American flags, at Marshall Field & Company department store in Chicago, Illinois, August 12, 1942. Photographed for Marshall Field & Company.

View of a window display, Save All Food Cans, encouraging consumers to save all metal food cans and tobacco containers for collection, with instructions sponsored by the War Prodcution Board and two American flags, at Marshall Field & Company department store in Chicago, Illinois, August 12, 1942. Photographed for Marshall Field & Company.