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    • Letter: James W. Alston to H. H. Brimley, Sept. 3, 1918

    • 1918-09-03
    • Letter written by James W. Alston to H. H. Brimley, September 3, 1918. James William Alston was a 1st Lieutenant in the 372nd Infantry during World War I. Alston was born in Wake County on January 16, 1876. In about 1907 he started working as a...
    • Alston, James W., 1876-1940;
    • Letter: James W. Alston to H. H. Brimley, Oct. 6, 1918

    • 1918-10-06
    • Letter written by James W. Alston to H. H. Brimley, October 6, 1918. James William Alston was a 1st Lieutenant in the 372nd Infantry during World War I. Alston was born in Wake County on January 16, 1876. In about 1907 he started working as a...
    • Alston, James W., 1876-1940;
    • Letter: James W. Alston to H. H. Brimley, Nov. 1, 1918

    • 1918-11-01
    • Letter written by James W. Alston to H. H. Brimley, November 1, 1918. James William Alston was a 1st Lieutenant in the 372nd Infantry during World War I. Alston was born in Wake County on January 16, 1876. In about 1907 he started working as a...
    • Alston, James W., 1876-1940;
    • They'll Let Us Know When To Quit!

    • 1944
    • Depicts a machinist wearing a cap and apron over his shirt, holding a tool in his left hand, he points to a background scene showing soldiers in battle. Printed at bottom: "War Manpower Commission U. S. Government Printing Office: 1944-O-620773"
    • Anderson, Lyman, 1907-1993.
    • Save Your Cans, Help Pass the Ammunition

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    • Depicts a woman�s arm coming from the lower right corner holding out several cans of tomatoes. Gradually the appearance of the cans changes as they are transformed into ammunition and loaded into a weapon, used by two soldiers. Text outlines the...
    • Barclay, McClelland.
    • 7th War Loan--Now All Together

    • 1945
    • Depicts a group of soldiers planting an American flag. Printed at bottom "U.S. Government Printing Office: 1945-O-637980 WFD 11 Official U.S. Treasury Poster U.S. Marines At Iwo Jima, Painted By C. C. Beall From Associated Press Photo"
    • Beall, C. C. (Cecil Calvert), 1892-1967.
    • Letter: Arthur Bluethenthal to Davey and Arthur, Jan. 27, 1917

    • 1917-01-27
    • A typed mimeographed copy of a letter written by Arthur Bluethenthal to friends about his time in France, "Solonique" (most likely Thessaloniki/Salonica/Salonika, Greece), and Albania while serving in the ambulance field service. Arthur...
    • Bluethenthal, Arthur, 1891-1918;
    • Pvt. Thomas Newton Bryson, Camp Jackson, S.C., 1917

    • 1917
    • Thomas Newton Bryson at Camp Jackson, S.C., 1917. Camp Jackson was also known as Fort Jackson. Thomas Bryson was from Macon County, N.C., and served in the 30th Division during World War I.
    • Bryson, Thomas Newton;
    • Letter: J. W. Cheshire to H. H. Brimley, Jan. 21, 1918

    • 1918-01-21
    • Letter written on YMCA letterhead paper by J. W. Cheshire (Second Lieutenant, 1st Infantry Division, 2nd Brigade) to H. H. Brimley in which Cheshire describes his experiences in British infantry training school and on the frontlines of World War I...
    • Cheshire, J. W.;
    • Regulars--Infantry Divisions

    • 1919
    • Columbia drives a horse-drawn chariot, carrying a United States flag. Four soldiers march beside the chariot in the foreground. The seven infantry division insignia appear at the top, left, and right sides of the main image.
    • Cushing, Otho, 1871-1942
    • Soldier-take care of your G.I.--and it will take care of you

    • 1943
    • Depicts a smiling American soldier standing in front of a "Save like you can fight" poster. Text urges soldiers to care for their government issued equipment and weapons. Printed at bottom "Army Conservation Project No. 11-P-5, U.S. Government...
    • Dorne, Albert, 1904-1965.
    • Victory Is a Question of Stamina

    • 1917
    • World War I poster featuring two soldiers holding bayonets lunging forward on snow-covered ground. Text: "Victory is a question of stamina. Send the wheat, meat, fats, sugar, the fuel for fighters." Poster is number 11 in a series.
    • Dunn, Harvey, 1884-1952
    • Leave Books Here

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    • Depicts several opens book, one with images of a sailor and a soldier. Text encourages citizens to support the Victory Book Campaign. Printed at bottom "Sponsored by American Library Association. . .American Red Cross United Service Organization...
    • Falls, C. B. (Charles Buckles), 1874-1960.

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