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    • University gazette

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    • Semimonthly (except Dec.), Mar. 17, 1993-; Frequency varies, Jan. 19, 1973-Mar. 3, 1993; Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 19, 1973)-; Title from caption.
    • Boot Straps

    • Title continues: "We don't try to pull ourselves up by our boot straps--do we? Then why try to get richer by producing less?" Poster text urges greater production to win the war; labor can earn the nation's gratitude by developing the American...
    • United States. Dept. of Labor
    • Since the Beginning of the World…

    • Title continues: "Classes and peoples have won power as they have proved themselves to be necessary for the defense of the State. Those of us who do the most toward winning this war will receive the most benefits after the war is over."
    • United States. Dept. of Labor
    • The Enemy is Listening

    • Title continues, "He wants to know what you know. Keep it to yourself." Issued from the Military Intelligence Division, War Department; Office of Naval Intelligence, Navy Department; and the FBI Department of Justice. Printed at bottom: "U.S....
    • Order Your Coal Now

    • Title continues "Get it out of Uncle Sam's way--he needs the railroads for the war."
    • Cooper, Fred G. (Frederic Gross), 1883-1962
    • Where Disaster Strikes The Red Cross Is There

    • 1919; 1920
    • Text: "Where Disaster Strikes The Red Cross Is There: Last year in the U.S. the Red Cross aided more than 30,000 victims of flood, fire, tornado or other unavoidable disaster: You are called to do your part by renewing your Membership."
    • Our Children Will Judge Us by What We Did During the War

    • Text: "We must all do our best to make the change from war work to peace work as easy as possible. Cooperation is the big thing needed now! We cannot start by stopping; we cannot multiply by dividing; we must forget our prejudices and drive ahead....
    • United States. Dept. of Labor
    • War Savings Stamp Day June 28th 1918

    • 1918
    • Text: "War Savings Stamp Day June 28th 1918. You take no chances when you go the limit on War Saving Stamps. They are the best and safest investment in the world. They pay 4% interest compounded quarterly. You can get back all you put in W.S.S. and...
    • Your Uncle S[am] Wants You for the United States Army

    • Text: "Walk into the Army Recruiting Station and find out all about it--quarters, food, clothing, medical attention and pay furnished by the government." Includes locations of recruiting stations in North Carolina. Labeled "Form 10 NCRD"
    • Our Children Will Judge Us By What We've Done

    • Text: "To win this war we all must do our best regardless of profit. Production is the big thing. This applies to wage earners as well as employees. We can not start by stopping; we can not multiply by dividing; we must forget our prejudices and...
    • Careless Talk Costs Lives

    • 1943
    • Text: "The name and number of their fighting force--company, regiment, division, ship, squadron is military information not for publication." Printed at bottom: "U.S. Government Printing Office: 1943-O-506503 Issued by U.S. Office of Censorship"
    • On The March

    • Text: "The hotter the day the more important it is not to drink till the end. Carry something in the mouth to keep it moist." Labeled "Tips for machine gunners."
    • Stop--Look--Listen--Volunteer

    • Text: "Stop--Look--Listen--Volunteer. Enlistments Now Open for U.S. Army. Men between ages of 18 and 40 years Enlist To-Day. All branches open..." Copy 1 is stamped "Raleigh, N.C."
    • Our Chance

    • Text: "Our Chance. He lives best who serves his fellows best. This war is our chance, not do GET more, but to DO more. The group which does the most toward winning the war will have the greatest influence after the war is over."
    • United States. Dept. of Labor
    • If You Feel "Jumpy"

    • Text: "On sentry by night, remember that any enemy approaching you are probably still more 'jumpy'." Labeled "Tips for machine gunners."
    • Notice of Enlistment! To All Adults of North Carolina…

    • 1918
    • Text: "Notice of Enlistment! To all adults of North Carolina: In accordance with the Proclamations of the President of the United States and the Governor of North Carolina, you are expected, between June 23 and 28 nineteen hundred and eighteen to...
    • Look To Your Feet

    • Text: "Look to your feet at the end of a march. Dry sweat will make sore feet. As the feet swell with marching, the wise machine gunner chooses big enough boots." Labeled "Tips for machine gunners."
    • Here Is Your Chance to See France and the Rhine

    • 1917; 1918
    • Text: "Here is Your Chance to See France and the Rhine. 50,000 for the A.E.F. Enlist in the United States Army To-Day for Three Years (no reserve clause). Men wanted immediately..."


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