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Flag Received Monday, Morton Enterprise, 12-20-1918

The following letter together with a Fourth Liberty Loan flag was received by the chairman of the Fourth Liberty Loan for the village of Morton, Minn. Buffalo Lake, Minn., December 11, 1918 Dear Sir: In appreciation of the… Read More

Fourth Liberty Loan Bond Flag, Bird Island Union, 12-19-1918

Our Flag Contains Twelve Stars, What Does Yours Contain? Tim Hurley came into the office on Saturday forenoon with a broad smile on his face, and something wrapped up in a late issue of the Bird Island Union… Read More

Fourth Liberty Loan Requirements, Renville County Journal, 11-8-1918

Renville County is required to raise $54,000 in the United War Fund Campaign between Nov. 11 and Nov. 18. Figure 5 per cent of the allotment for the Fourth Liberty Loan and pay your share with a smile…. Read More

Letter from Claire Brooks, Renville Star Farmer, 11-14-1918

Somewhere in France, Sept. 25th, 1918 Dear Friends: Well just having received a batch of mail it makes me feel so darned glad that I am over here that I would not trade my place for anything. And… Read More

Bandon First Over in Fairfax District, Fairfax Standard, 10-3-1918

Allotment in Bandon Oversubscribed, and More Coming. Wellington Coming Well; Fairfax, Cairo Slow Although the Fourth Liberty Loan drive was launched Saturday, final results cannot be given at this time. It is gratifying to note, however, that Wellington,… Read More

20,000,000 U.S. Bondholders, Buffalo Lake News, 10-4-1918

As Against 300,000 One Year Ago The United States entered the war on April 6, 1917. Eighteen days later by a practically unanimous vote Congress passed the Liberty Loan Bond bill. On May 2nd the First Liberty Loan… Read More