Liberty Loan Flag Postcard

Liberty Loan Flag Postcard

Liberty Loan Flag Postcard

The three strips on the flag represent the third World War One Liberty Loan Drive. Each star represent making the goal. This flag has fourteen stars because they were fourteen times over the goal. The girl is Peggy Gauslin. (See the 1915 page.) The arches are Austin Hall.

3 thoughts on “Liberty Loan Flag Postcard

  1. Margaret June

    I would love to be able to print out a picture of Paul’s market and western auto
    lots of memories

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    1. David L. Stevens

      There is a DVD available from someone that has the Paul’s Market picture on it. It also has a lot of other Trona pictures. My brother sent me one. I will ask him where he got it.

      Someone also uploaded the same pictures to FaceBook. That is where I got them. I don’t know if they are stall available there or not.

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    2. David L. Stevens

      I did send you the Argus picture. I hope you got it. My brother, Joel, told me that he was the one who created the DVD and CD that he sent me with the Trona pictures on it. If you want one look up his email address on the alumni list and see if you can talk him into making you one.

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