There are two items highlighted from this collection: 1. Liberty Loan Commandments, (possibly written) by Mary Elizabeth Coolidge of Helena, Arkansas, and the front cover and back cover featuring an article from “The Liberty Bell” entitled, “Arkansas Workers to Meet in Little Rock.”
"Liberty Bell" 8"x11" and "Liberty Loan Commandments 12"x7"
War; War bonds & funds; Women;
These were examples of Arkansas women’s participation in World War I (as we are commemorating the 100th Anniversary of World War I) by selling war bonds. The Arkansas Council of Defense had a women’s auxiliary that handled the sale of the war bonds on the county level. -Amanda Paige
Helena, Phillips County. (Ark.)
Tales from the Vault - Celebrating 110 Years
“The Liberty Bell" Mary Elizabeth Coolidge (Liberty Loan Commandments)
Arkansas State Archives
Council of Defense Records, MS.000490, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas
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