|Scope & Content||
Letter from the Liberty Loan Committee's Commercial Secretary to Charles Stapp regarding congratulations for Honor Flag.
|Caption||Letter to Charles Stapp|
|Date||1919, May 28|
|Notes||Liberty loans were sold by the federal government during World War I (1917-1919) to raise money for the war, to the average citizen as well as the people of wealth. Communities were given a quota of bonds to sell. When they reached their quota, the community was given an honor flag|
Washington Liberty Loan State Central Committee