War Time Flour    
The Washburn Crosby Company created War Time Flour during World War I to be mixed with traditional Gold Medal flour. Ads like this one, from 1918, encouraged women to save wheat and stretch their traditional flour as much as possible by mixing it with rye, corn or barley.  
July 2, 2013

War Time Flour    

The Washburn Crosby Company created War Time Flour during World War I to be mixed with traditional Gold Medal flour. Ads like this one, from 1918, encouraged women to save wheat and stretch their traditional flour as much as possible by mixing it with rye, corn or barley.  

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