This not-so-subtle poster by artist Homer Ansley was used during WWII to remind citizens to be cautious about careless talk and let the military do the speaking with heavy weapons: "Let me do the talking! Serve in silence." From the norther California WPA Art Program between 1941 and 1943.
source: http://vintagraph.com/fruit-cr... This crate label is for Winged Wheel Brand Produce from Connell Bros. Co. of San Francisco, c. 1930s. Fruit crate labels were beautifully designed as a means of marketing packer brands at the turn of the century.