Second Liberty Loan Application Blank from Boy Scouts of America

Both the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of America participated in the Liberty Loan drives by selling bonds. In the first and second bond drives, boy scouts sold bonds to friends and family, but by the third drive, President Wilson asked them to canvas the country and sell bonds door to door. Their mission was to find subscribers not typically reached during the Liberty Loan bond campaigns. The boy scouts’ drive was structured so that they could reach every citizen, in order for everyone to have an opportunity to purchase bonds or war saving stamps. Scouts used this application to register bond purchasers in the second Liberty Loan drive.