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  • Description: soldiers
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    • Caring for American Soldiers in England

    • 1918
    • 35.5 x 53 cm. Black and white with red accents. A bulletin issued by the Red Cross to inform the American public how their donations have gone to help soldiers overseas. Graphic depicts an American soldier strolling from a busy London square.
    • Pour La Belle Terre De France

    • 1914-1918 circa
    • 41.5 x 29 cm. Color. Public announcement to the people of France with graphic depicting farm workers in the fields waving to American soldiers marching past. English translation: For the Beautiful Land of France... French countrymen, let's greet...
    • Give Your Good Books To Our Fighting Men

    • 1943
    • 55.5 x 71 cm. Color. Poster advertising the need to give good quality books to soldiers overseas with a special emphasis on giving away books, even those that one wants to keep. Graphic shows a stream of books being released from hands above and...
    • Your Boy, Your Red Cross and France

    • 1918
    • 35.5 x 53 cm. Black and white with red accents. Propaganda poster featuring four illustrations of women from the Red Cross assisting soldiers. The largest graphic at the bottom of the poster portrays a Red Cross nurse assisting a wounded soldier...
    • Women! Help America's Sons Win the War

    • 1917
    • 76 x 51 cm. Color. A grandmother figure stretches her arms out to the viewers, while American soldiers can be seen fighting on land and on sea in the background. Promotes purchase of United States Government Bond of the Second Liberty Loan of 1917.
    • Be With Him at Every Mail Call

    • 1945
    • 53 x 71 cm. Color. Advertising poster for the V-Mail service to American soldiers. It is described as private, reliable, patriotic. Graphic shows a young woman smiling as she writes a letter to her soldier overseas.
    • Reach Your Boy Overseas by V-Mail

    • 1942
    • 55.5 x 71 cm. Color. Advertising poster for the V-Mail service to American soldiers. Poster advertises the letters that travel on film, easy to use, surest, fastest, and most patriotic. Citizens are instructed to pick up V-Mail letter forms at...
    • Give 'Em Both Barrels

    • 1941
    • 101.5 x 76 cm. Color. Poster issued by the Office for Emergency Management to boost the morale of factory workers by showing the parallel between their jobs and that of the soldiers on the battle field. Graphic shows a worker with a rivet gun next...
    • U.S. Army, Guardian of the Colors

    • 1940
    • 63 x 96 cm. Color. U.S. Army recruitment poster. Graphic shows four soldiers marching abreast, the two in the middle carrying the American flag and the eagle crest, the two on the outside carrying rifles.
    • Beat Germany

    • 1917
    • 35.5 x 54.5. Color. Encourages the support of any nation opposing Prussianism through food conservation and donations. Graphic shows armed soldiers carrying the flags of the United States, United Kingdom, France, which are covering the Italian and...
    • Pipedown Soldier! Berlin's Listening!

    • 1942
    • 36 x 50.5 cm. Black and white with yellow detail. Poster issued by the Bureau of Public relations to be posted on military property as a warning to soldiers not to speak to loudly about secrete military information. Graphic shows a soldier talking...
    • Will You Help the Women of France?

    • 1918
    • 140 x 92 cm. Color. Picture shows three women laboring with farm equipment. Poster serves as a reminder that the women of France are feeding themselves, their children and also their soldiers, and encourages Americans to save wheat. (2 copies)
    • Victory is a Question of Stamina

    • 1917
    • 53 x 72.5 cm. Color. Graphic showing soldiers advancing on the battlefield with the slogan: Victory is a Question of Stamina. Poster encourages the public to send more wheat, meat, fats, and sugar, the alleged fuel for fighters.
    • Americans Will Always Fight For Liberty

    • 1943
    • 72 x 101 cm. Color. Poster issued by the Office for War Information showing the parallel between those who fought in the Revolutionary war in 1778 with those fighting in 1943. Graphic shows World War II soldiers marching past the figures of...
    • The First Three

    • 1914-1918 circa
    • 52 x 70 cm. Color. Fundraising poster for the Red Cross featuring the first three American soldiers to die in the war, by name: Hay, Enright, and Gresham. Produced for War Fund Week, it advertises the need to raise one hundred million dollars. (2...
    • Are You One of Us?

    • 1917
    • 141 x 88 cm. Color. Fundraising poster for the Red Cross War Fund. Graphic shows a group of soldiers, women and children looking to a large Red Cross beacon looming over the Capital Building and the Statue of Liberty.
    • I Need You On The Job Full Time...

    • 1943
    • 72 x 101 cm. Color. Poster issued by the War Department Safety Council to encourage Americans in the workforce to avoid injuries and to continue to aid soldiers overseas. Graphic shows a close up view of a soldier as he takes aim in the midst of...

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