[Handbill]: Children's Toys: Do you want your child to learn to kill? / If you buy war toys he surely will / Get him a game that will teach fair play . And he'll learn the real meaning of Christmas Day"

Washington, D.C. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, [circa 1936].

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Unbound. 6" x 9". Printed book sides on orange paper. Small nick or tear on one margin, very near fine. Verso bears a two-panel cartoon of "Napoleon and Uncle Elby" by Clifford McBride (of La Fave Newspaper Features), where a toy salesman tries to sell Uncle Elby war toys for his nephew, and is roundly chastised for the effort. Publication information is complicated, listing the Washington, D.C. National Office of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and the Philadelphia office of the National Literature Committee, as well as a Milwaukee union printing slug. Undated but production codes indicates perhaps 1936.

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Item #457320 [Handbill]: Children's Toys: Do you want your child to learn to kill? / If you buy war toys he surely will / Get him a game that will teach fair play . And he'll learn the real meaning of Christmas Day"
[Handbill]: Children's Toys: Do you want your child to learn to kill? / If you buy war toys he surely will / Get him a game that will teach fair play . And he'll learn the real meaning of Christmas Day"