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Worker Wednesday

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The June issue of the Higgins Industries periodical, the Eureka News Bulletin, featured a reader interactive; the last page was intended to be cut out and returned to the administration, after which the worker would receive an official certificate of cooperation. Such pledges or patriotic declarations were common on the home front, signifying a workforce united behind their Armed Forces. The images below show the blank pledge and also a certificate received by worker, Max William Sofer on 13 July 1942―most likely Sofer filled out the pledge from the June issue. 

Post by Curator/Content Specialist Kimberly Guise.


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