A wide variety of commodities were rationed during World War II in the United States.
Rationing ended when supplies were sufficient to meet demand.
|Rationed Items||Rationing Duration|
|Tires||January 1942 to December 1945|
|Cars||February 1942 to October 1945|
|Bicycles||July 1942 to September 1945|
|Gasoline||May 1942 to August 1945|
|Fuel Oil & Kerosene||October 1942 to August 1945|
|Solid Fuels||September 1943 to August 1945|
|Stoves||December 1942 to August 1945|
|Rubber Footwear||October 1942 to September 1945|
|Shoes||February 1943 to October 1945|
|Sugar||May 1942 to 1947|
|Coffee||November 1942 to July 1943|
|Processed Foods||March 1943 to August 1945|
|Meats, canned fish||March 1943 to November 1945|
|Cheese, canned milk, fats||March 1943 to November 1945|
|Typewriters||March 1942 to April 1944|
Dealers in fuel oil or their representatives are hereby authorized to deliver fuel oil to the above person or his agent for use at the above address, and are required to detach from this sheet coupons having a gallonage value equal to the quantity of oil delivered, in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Office of Price Administration in effect at the time of such delivery. At the time of delivery, the dealer or his agent must fill in the delivery record below.