You are here

4th War Loan Drive

4th War Loan Drive Cause Button Museum
Category: 
Additional Images: 
4th War Loan Drive button back Cause Button Museum
Sub Categories: 
Text on Button: 
4th WAR LOAN DRIVE KEARNEY-TRECKER CORP.
Image Description: 

White button with blue text. Images of stars go down the sides of the button and in the center is a shield that is red while and blue. 

Back Style: 
The Shape: 
The Size: 
Additional Information: 

The Series E U.S. Savings Bonds were marketed from 1941 to 1980 by the United States as war bonds. The Fourth War Loan Drive, one of eight drives used to raise funds during World War II, lasted from January 18 to February 15, 1944. This segment of the drive targeted farmers and women. Though the initial goal of this drive was to raise $14 billion, the final sales equaled $16.7 billion.

The Kearney and Trecker company designed and manufactured the “Milwaukee” series milling machines and as members of the farming industry they may have assisted in the promotion of the drive. 

Catalog ID: 
CA0558
Share with your friends: