The Portrait of a Champion
This is a portrait of Moses Siegel, a New York pushcart peddler, 79 years old, who claims the long distance Thrift Championship. Eer since December, 1917 he has purchased at least one War Savings Stamp every week. He is here shown just as he appeared at the Federal Reserve Bank to convert his 1919 Stamps into one of the new $1000 Treasury Savings Certificates. It Pays To Save Regularly.
Type: Pictorial News Poster
Subject Treasury Bonds
Date/Period: Stamped January 2, 1920
Demensions: 14 1/2 x 17 1/2"
Publisher: WSS Pictorial News
Provenance: Hill House
Condition Report Very Good Plus