A "Victory Booth", in the borough post office, West Chester, PA, 1942.
flipFlip to African-American war bond volunteers, Pittsburgh, PA, circa 1944.
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Two women stand on the inside of a Victory booth, which boasts a sign, "Buy War Bonds and stamps here." Two young women stand at the window on the outside of the booth.

Credit: Courtesy of the Chester County Historical Society, West Chester, Pa.

Pennsylvanians purchased more than $9 billion worth of war bonds during World War II, operated 139 USO agencies in 63 cities, gave almost 1.37 million pints of blood, and donated more than $52 million to the Red Cross War Fund.

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