4 edition of Victory and other liberty loan acts found in the catalog.
Lettered on cover: Bankers trust company publications.
|Other titles||Liberty loan acts.|
|Statement||with excerpts from other acts of Congress concerning the public debt.|
|LC Classifications||HJ8101 .B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||19008236|
The “Americans All! Victory Liberty Loan” propaganda poster was used during World War 1 to encourage those on the home front to purchase war bonds to help with the U.S. war effort. War bonds were government issued debt to fund the war effort, they were used during World War 1 and 2 in the U.S. and were heavily promoted using propaganda posters. the victory liberty loan. NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED The treasury department has now announced the details of the fifth war loan, which is considered a masterpiece by the business men of America.
To obtain the necessary funds, the Treasury resorted to borrowing through a series of bond issues. The first four issues were known as liberty loans; the fifth and last was called the victory loan. The issues were brought out between 14 May and 21 April in the total amount of $21,,, Invest in the Victory Liberty Loan. One of posters in the series: American War Posters available on this : L. A. Shafer.
Victory Loan - "Victory - now you can invest in it" C $; or Best Offer; Victory Liberty Loan Original War Poster Linen Backed WWI C $ Was: Previous Amounts shown in italicized text are for items listed in currency other than Canadian dollars and are approximate conversions to Canadian dollars based upon Bloomberg's. Victory Liberty Loan banner; red ground with a central white rectangular field; in the field, "V/ THE VICTORY/ LIBERTY LOAN/ INDUSTRIAL HONOR EMBLEM/ AWARDED BY THE/ UNITED STATES TREASURY DEPARTMENT" printed in red and blue; white cotton hoist across the top with metal grommets at each end.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bankers Trust Company (New York, N.Y.). Victory and other liberty loan acts. New York, Bankers trust Co., A Liberty bond (or liberty loan) was a war bond that was sold in the United States to support the Allied cause in World War ibing to the bonds became a symbol of patriotic duty in the United States and introduced the idea of financial securities to many citizens for the first time.
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Selected pages. Title Page. Table of Contents. Other editions - View all. Liberty Loan Acts United States Full view - Liberty Loan Acts United States Full view - Liberty Loan Acts United States Full view - Victory (also published as Victory: An Island Tale) is a psychological novel by Joseph Conrad first published inthrough which Conrad achieved "popular success." The New York Times, however, called it "an uneven book" and "more open to criticism than most of Mr.
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Victory Liberty Loan Act Mar. 3,ch.40 Stat. Title V--The Victory Liberty Loan industrial honor emblem Awarded by the United States Treasury Department.
Summary Banner (textile) showing a large blue "V" within a wide red border. Liberty loan definition is - one of the five U.S.
government gold bond issues authorized by acts of Congress between Ap and March 3, Americans All. Victory Liberty Loan. During World War I, the U.S. government needed to raise money to pay for the soldiers, tanks, airplanes, and other equipment it needed to fight the war.
To do this, it sold war bonds, which citizens could buy and then be paid back after the war. United States of America (USA) Victory Liberty Loan. $ 4 3/4 Convertible Gold Note of Coupons underneath and to the side.
Blue underprint and treasury seal. Thomas Jefferson. Brown eagle on reverse. United States of America (USA) Victory Liberty Loan. $ 4 3/4% Convertible Gold Note of Other materials require appointments for later the same day or in the future.
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A soldier holds his young son in one arm while embracing his wife with the other. A helmet hangs on a long cord around the soldier's neck. The child smiles and embraces the soldier while the wife admires a medal attached to the soldier's : Alfred Everitt Orr.
This poster is "one of advertisements inserted simultaneously in every newspaper in the State of Oregon on behalf of the success of the Victory Liberty Loan". The information included on the poster describes the "Victory Liberty Loan" as the "Parent Bond of Them All" and draws the Men & Women of Oregon up to participate.
Victory and Other Liberty Loan Acts. by Bankers Trust Company Publications, This work covers the various Liberty Loan Acts, as well as federal bond issues prior to the First World War.
Bankers Trust Company of NY served customers throughout the country, and was considered a "banker's bank." A gift from the family of Lawrence Schuffman. vertible gold notes of of the Victory Liberty loan, authorized by an act of Congress approved Septem-as amended and supplemented by the acts of Congress approved April 4, July 9, and Septemand March 3, (Victory Liberty ioan act).
The notes are offered in two series. DESCRIPTION OF Size: 1MB. On March 3,the "Victory Liberty Loan Act" was signed into law. The medals were made from German cannons captured by American troops at Chateau Thierry. These cannons were melted, and the metal roiled into sheets, from which the medals are made, and conferred by the Treasury Department on volunteers in the Victory Liberty loan campaign.
The Victory Liberty Loan was an issue of 3and 4-year interchangeable 34% and 44% notes dated May 20 and maturing May 20but redeemable June 15 and Dec. 15 The 34% notes were exempt from all except estate and inheritance taxes; the 41% notes from all except inheritance taxes, surtaxes and excess-profits taxes.
Obverse. Eagle with U.S Treasury Building. Lettering: Victory Liberty Loan Reverse. Made from captured German Cannon. Lettering: Awarded by The U.S.
Treasury Department For Patriotic Service in Behalf of Liberty Loans Comments. Here's an account from the Ap issue of "Greater New York - Bulletin of the Merchant's Association of New York" (Volume 8, No.
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This was awarded for the 5th liberty loan drive, also known as the victory loan at the end of WW1. If I remember correctly the 5th liberty loan was in These are very common but still very cool when they show up.
You will see two different variations show up, one has the industrial honor emblem wording at the bottom an the other is just a V. Victory Liberty Loans Token.
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(New York, Bankers trust company, ), also by statutes United States. Laws (page images at HathiTrust).$50 Victory Liberty Loan. 4 ¾% 4-year Note Original Issuance: $ Billion The fifth issue in the series, (also known as a Victory Bond), this note carried a 4 ¾ % interest rate.
This debenture was a short-term Treasury Note. Fewer than fifteen known examples.