Fund-raising tag days

During the First World War, paper tags were sold to raise money for various causes; in wearing them, donors could publicly demonstrate their support of the war effort.

"Christmas Cheer for Belgian Children," 1914; Canadian Red Cross Society, "Help To-day," n.d.; Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire, "I.O.D.E. in aid of Allied Refugees," n.d.

cardboard tags, 4.4cm x 6.6cm; 4.1cm x 5.6cm; 5cm x 7cm
War, Memory and Popular Culture Archives - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
First World War