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Post-WWII Dig for Plenty Advert

Cable Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd1946

Garden Museum

Garden Museum
London, United Kingdom

An advert from the Ministry of Agriculture highlighting the 'Dig for Plenty' campaign to grow more vegetables, which replaced the World War II 'Dig for Victory'. From 'Garden Work for Amateurs', dated Saturday November 16th, 1946, and printed by Cable Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd, 62 Doughty St., London. This weekly, post-war booklet contained advice for amateur gardeners and was priced at 3d,
Gift of the Goodfellow family of Woodford Green, who collected and read them.

Details

  • Title: Post-WWII Dig for Plenty Advert
  • Creator: Cable Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd
  • Date Created: 1946
  • Location Created: London, England

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