The Victory Garden of Tomorrow is a project of J. Wirtheim and his tiny, eco-friendly studio in Portland, Oregon.
Famous in the 1940's, Victory Gardeners were proud of their contribution to a national effort. They used signs to declare that this garden, chicken coop, or kitchen had a proud calling. This new sign, based on one made by the West Virginia V.G. Program in 1943, is a testament to the importance of pride in our work.
Made of a composite aluminum and polyethylene, and printed with a plastic-based ink, this durable sign will last for years outside and in the weather. It will look fine on a stake, on the shed or on the barn.
Centered mounting holes and hardware provided.
Comes in protective plastic sleeve.
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WPA-Inspired Pro-Garden Propaganda