Women's Club International Workers Order.
Title Let's Clean Out Hitler.
Book Condition Collectible: Very Good
Edition First Edition.
Publisher N. P.: Women's Club International Workers Order, 1942
Seller ID EOHG417-002
FIRST EDITION. Bifold. 8 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches.  pp. Printed with green ink on white paper, illustrations on page 1; text clean. Single sheet of paper printed on both sides, folded once; binding square and tight, gentle fold top to bottom, upper corner at the fold bumped. SCARCE. Very Good. The International Workers Order was a Communist Party-affiliated insurance, mutual benefit and fraternal organization founded in 1930 and disbanded in 1954 as the result of legal action undertaken by the state of New York in 1951. At its height in the years immediately following World War II, the IWO had almost 200,000 members and provided low-cost health and life insurance, medical and dental clinics, and supported foreign-language newspapers, cultural and educational activities. This pamphlet encourages housewives to be a front-line fighter in the war against waste by salvaging metals, rubber, rags, paper and fats from attic, cellar, closet, and garage. The illustration is signed in the plate by the artist "KIB."
Women's Club International Workers Order, Let's Clean Out Hitler, World War Two, United States History, Home Front