1938 Painted Billboard

From 1935 to 1943, a group of 20 photographers working for the federal government documented the effects of the depression on America. Their Farm Security Administration (FSA) photos are now in the collection of the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress. The one below, taken by artist/photographer Ben Shahn in 1938, is among them.
The billboard's slogan and motif, painted on a wall in Urbana, Ohio was obviously inspired by Kodak but adapted to a local camera shop. Unfortunately it's impossible to see whether it's actually painted on the wall of the shop.