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  • All fields: Soldiers--United States
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    • 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
    • The Navy Put 'Em Across

    • 1918
    • A sailor wading through water as he carries a soldier on his shoulder. Text: "The service for travel and training. Ages 17 to 35. Apply Navy Recruiting Station"
    • Reuterdahl, Henry, 1871-1925
    • Strong in the Strength of the Lord

    • 1942
    • Depicts the arms of workers holding up tools and the arm of a soldier holding up a gun. Title continues: "We who fight in the people's cause will never stop until that cause is won." Printed at bottom, "OWI Poster No. 8."
    • Martin, David Stone.
    • French passport of Arthur Bluethenthal, 1917-1918

    • 1917-12; 1918-02
    • 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...
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    • 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;
    • If you tell where they're going...They may never get there.

    • 1943
    • Depicts soldiers boarding a train, with text that states "don't talk about troop movements." Printed at bottom "OWI Poster No. 54. Additional copies may be obtained from the Division of Public Inquiries, Office of War Information, Washington, D.C....
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    • If you tell where they're going...They may never get there.

    • 1943
    • Depicts soldiers boarding a ship, with text that states "don't talk about troop movements." Printed at bottom "W.D., A.G.O. Security Poster; OWI Poster No. 51. Additional copies may be obtained from the Division of Public Inquiries, Office of War...
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    • 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
    • Where our men are fighting, Our FOOD is fighting

    • 1943
    • Depicts a box of food falling from the sky attached to a red parachute; in the background two figures are parachuting downward. Text encourages the reader to buy wisely, cook carefully, store carefully, and use leftovers. Printed at bottom "OWI...
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    • Feed a Fighter

    • 1918
    • Soldier in a trench holding a mug in one hand and food in the other. Text: "Feed a fighter. Eat only what you need. Waste nothing. That he and his family may have enough." Poster is number 15 in a series. Copy 1 is stamped on bottom front "Mrs. J....
    • Morgan, Wallace
    • Blood or Bread

    • 1917
    • Soldier holding fallen soldier. Text: "Blood or Bread. Others are giving their blood. You will shorten the war, save life if you eat only what you need, and waste nothing." Poster is number 16 in a series.
    • Raleigh, Henry, 1880-1945
    • 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;

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