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    • U.S. Marines--First to Fight in France for Freedom

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    • World War I poster featuring a group of Marines rushing into battle carrying the American flag and the flag of the Marine Corps. Text: "Enlist with the 'Soldiers of the Sea.'" Copy 1 lists recruitment location as "Post Office Building, Durham, N.C."
    • Yohn, F. C. (Frederick Coffay), 1875-1933
    • Soldier's Life

    • 1941
    • Depicts smiling soldier striding forward with his gun over his right shoulder and a bag hanging at his left side. Text: "Make the regular Army your career." Printed on bottom "Copyright 1941, Tom B. Woodburn P-30-RPB-4-15-41-25M"
    • Woodburn, Thomas.
    • What the Navy Is Doing--Downing the Hun Submarine

    • 1917; 1918
    • Image of American ship sinking German U-boat. Text: "In hunting the Hun submarine, American destroyers have made good. The British Admiralty has officially said so. In the House of Commons the men of the Parker received praise for valorous courage...
    • Wilkinson, Norman, 1878-1971
    • Be a Cadet Nurse--The Girl With A Future

    • 1944
    • Depicts women in cadet nurse's uniforms. Text states "A lifetime education free for high school graduates who qualify" and provides address for acquiring more information. Printed at bottom '*U.S. Government Printing Office: 1944-O-599074...
    • Whitcomb, Jon, 1906-1988.
    • Men Wanted for the Army

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    • Three soldiers in the foreground are sending or receiving messages over a wireless radio. Soldiers in the middle ground prepare to fire a canyon. Soldiers in the background are standing on a bluff, signaling with a red flag.
    • Whelan, Michael P.
    • Men Wanted for the Army

    • 1917
    • An officer stands beside a bugler on horseback. A mountain is in the background. Stamped: "U.S. Army Recruiting Station Concord, N.C. Over Pearl Drug Co." "122 1/2 N. Main St." written across bottom.
    • Whelan, Michael P.
    • Men Wanted for the Army

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    • World War I poster featuring a fort by the ocean. In the foreground, an officer is facing a soldier. Two men in the middle ground are operating an artillery battery while two men in the background view the action.
    • Whelan, Michael P.
    • Men Wanted--U.S. Marines

    • 1916
    • Image showing Marines landing on beach, aiming machine guns and rifles at unseen target. Text describes service on land and sea, concludes, "Why not join the Marines? It may be better than the job you have."
    • Westervelt, Walter M.
    • Halt! Who Goes There?

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    • Several drawings of Marines in various activities, include firing artillery, carrying flags, signalling, and patrolling. Title continues: "Where? Anywhere! On land or sea or in the air you'll find Uncle Sam's Marines. They go first! Apply for...
    • Tornrose, A. T. (Axel T.)
    • To Panama

    • 1919
    • A palm tree and a setting sun over an ocean appear on the left side. A native Panamanian seated beside a map of Panama and the United States is on the right. A poem entices civilians to enlist with promises of sunshine, fruit, and blooming trees....
    • Sweetland

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