THE NATIONAL SAVINGS SCHEME AT WORK IN CANTERBURY, ENGLAND, 1941
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Students at the Sydney Cooper School of Art, St Peter's Street, Canterbury, work on savings posters and displays. A slogan on one poster reads: 'When players fail, don't see red, buy 3 large saving stamps instead!'. The students are surrounded by statues of nudes and there are many other savings posters in progress around the room, including one featuring silhouettes of aircraft.