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Tin can alley leads to victory. Next step in salvaging your tin cans is to wash them thoroughly inside and out and remove label. When this can is processed in a detinning plant, enough tin will be reclaimed from it to plate the cannister of a gas mask

Tin can alley leads to victory. Next step in salvaging your tin cans is to wash them thoroughly inside and out and remove label. When this can is processed in a detinning plant, enough tin will be reclaimed from it to plate the cannister of a gas mask

 
 
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01/01/1942
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United States. Office of War Information.
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