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1918 WWI Illustrated Article ~ A Girl Works Behind the Soda Counter

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1918 WWI Illustrated Article ~ A Girl Works Behind the Soda Counter
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Original illustrated wartime article that has been carefully removed from an old issue of Collier's Weekly. Regarding the shortage of man power during the war. It urges people to be patient because there is now an inexperienced girl behind the soda counter instead of a man. Horrors! A line from the article: "Our friend thought contemptuously that it was the poorest glass of soda he had ever tasted." Includes a photo of a couple of men (one is a sailor) purchasing a soda from the woman at the counter

Title Now There's a Girl Behind the Soda Counter

Length One page

Approximate Page Size (in inches): 11 x 15

Condition: Good

This is an article only . . . not the entire magazine

Price: $14.99

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