Smokey Bear Through The Years

Undated smokey poster
Undated smokey poster
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Poster from the 1940s (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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World War II Poster
1943 --- World War II Poster --- Image by © K.J. Historical/CORBIS
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Smokey poster from 1944 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
Smokey poster from 1947
Smokey poster from 1947
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Smokey poster from 1949 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1949 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey the Bear comic from the 1950's (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey statue in 1950's (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey sign from the 1950's (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1951 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1953 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1953 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1953 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1954 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey in the 1950 Ladies' Home Journal (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1956 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1957 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1959 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1959 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey the Bear comic from 1960 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey comic from 1960 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1960 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1964 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1964 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1963 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey toy train car from 1967 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1967 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 1973 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey billboard from the 1980's (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Toy Smokey USPS vehicle from the 1980's (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Toy Smokey USPS vehicle from the 1980's (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey stuffed toys from 1980's (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey toy car from the 1980's (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey toy car from the 1980's (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey stuffed toy from the 1990's (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 2001 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 2001 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 2001 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 2004 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 2004 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 2004 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 2004 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 2008 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
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Smokey poster from 2008 (credit: SmokeyBear.com)
True story of Smokey
True story of Smokey
Undated Smokey poster
Undated Smokey poster

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