French passport of Arthur Bluethenthal covering the dates December 1917- February 1918. Includes a passport photo of Bluethenthal (attached) and a small partial photograph (loose) of an unidentified young woman wearing a University of North...
Immigrants aboard a ship passing the Statue of Liberty. Text: "Food will win the war. You came here seeking freedom. You must now help to preserve it. Wheat is needed for the allies. Waste nothing." Poster is number 18 in a series.
New Illustrated Devotional and Practical Polyglot Family Bible: Containing the Old and New Testamentspublished by The National Publishing Company, New-World Publishing Company, Jones Brothers & Co., 1870.
Photograph of a men marching in a Fourth of July parade in New York City. Caption claims parade "testified in no uncertain voice the unanimous feelings of the people in the war United States is raging against Germany." Text encourages purchasing...
Postcard with a colored photograph of sailors and women, arm-in-arm, watching a battleship, with the phrase "When shall we meet again" on the upper edge. It was sent from "Calesa" [?], addressed to "Warren McNeil," and postmarked Sept. 14, 1918. In...
Postcard with a colored photograph of sailors onboard ship with the phrase "Life In The U. S. Navy...Boat Drill" on the edges. It was sent by "Bill" to Raymond B. Briscoe and postmarked Nov. 12, 1911 [likely 1917] and mentions W.C.M. [Warren C....
Postcard with a colored photograph of sailors with the phrase "Life In The U. S. Navy...Boarding Ship For A Life On The Ocean Wave" on the edges. It was sent by "Johnson" to Warren C. McNeil and postmarked Nov. 12, 1917. In it Johnson mentions...
Text superimposed over map of Near East. Figures show extent of suffering in the region. Text: "Where the Victims Are. Save the Survivors-- 3,950,000 Starving People. American Committee for Relief in the Near East. 1 Madison Ave., New York City....
Trademark application for the state of North Carolina filed by Washington Coffee for their "Milk Coffee" instant coffee product. The label has recipes for different coffee drinks including iced coffee and how to use for invalids.
Young woman stands with arms outstreched towards viewer. Text: "Lest We Perish. Campaign for $30,000,000. American Committee for Relief in the Near East. Armenia--Greece--Syria--Persia. One Madison Ave., New York. Cleveland H. Dodge, Treasurer"
Betts, Ethel Franklin
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