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    • Put Fighting Blood In Your Business

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    • American Marine Regiment in full battle gear, bayonets on rifles, advancing along a front in Europe. Text "Here's his record! Does he get a job?" indicating that employers should hire soldiers coming back from the war.
    • Smith, Dan, 1865-1934
    • He Can Win!

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    • A soldier holding a pipe is seated at a drafting table working on a drawing. Text: "The Federal Board provides training. Consult the Local Red Cross Home Service Section."
    • Smith, Dan, 1865-1934
    • The Ships Are Coming

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    • Illustration of a camouflaged merchant vessel and naval escort in top quarter. Text urges workers to "help send the good news" that "the ships are coming" by working hard every day. The plant's products are urgently needed to complete American...
    • Treidler, Adolph, b. 1886
    • Shoot Ships To Germany And Help America Win

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    • Illustration of a camouflaged merchant vessel and naval escort in top quarter. Poster is meant to be displayed at shipyards. Text quotes Charles M. Schwab, Director General of the Emergency Fleet Corp., who reminds workers that newly built ships...
    • Treidler, Adolph, b. 1886
    • Jobs For Fighters

    • 1917
    • Poster shows a uniformed soldier, holding an honorable discharge paper in one hand, about to enter the bureau for returning soldiers and sailors. The Bureau, sponsored by the U.S. Employment Service and the U.S. Department of Labor, matched...
    • Grant, Gordon, 1875-1962
    • Teamwork Wins

    • 1917
    • World War I poster featuring men at work in a shipyard, beneath an American flag.
    • Kline, Hibberd V. B. (Hibberd Van Buren), b. 1885
    • To Everyone In This Plant

    • 1917
    • A shipyard scene is depicted and a shield with stars and stripes is in the upper right corner. Text encourages every worker "to do his utmost to make material for our ships carefully and speedily." Concludes, "Our country is depending on you."...
    • Britton, L. N.
    • Our Country Needs Ships

    • 1917
    • Sketch of shipyard in top quarter. The American and U.S. Shipping Board flags are prominent. Text begins "Our country needs ships to carry our boys 'over there' and keep them well supplied with food, clothing and munitions of war." Meant to be hung...
    • Meyer, Herbert W. (Herbert William), 1882-1960
    • Two Inspiring Cablegrams

    • 1918
    • Poster contains pencil drawings of Edward N. Hurley, Chairman of the U.S. Shipping Board, and Gen. John J. Pershing. It reproduces an exchange of cables between the two men. Hurley cabled that "American shipyards will launch nearly one hundred...
    • Hoff, Krieg
    • Knowledge Wins

    • 1918
    • Uniformed and helmeted American soldier, his gear and rifle placed to the side, climbs out of the trench and toward a path of books, leading to civilian life and industry. Text informs: "Public Library Books are Free."
    • Smith, Dan, 1865-1934
    • Rivets Are Bayonets--Drive Them Home!

    • 1918
    • A hunched worker operating a rivet gun. Behind him a silhouetted soldier, in the same pose, advances with fixed bayonet. The red and white stripes of an American flag are shown behind him.
    • Sheridan, John E.

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