In what was probably a staged photograph opportunity designed to build support for a bond drive, a horse approaches two post office workers at a service window as if to purchase defense bonds. Captured by an unknown Minneapolis Star Tribune photographer on April 3, 1942.
Horse Buying Defense Bonds, 1942
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