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  • All fields: United States. Army--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.
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    • More Firepower to `Em!

    • 1943
    • Depicts two soldiers, one is firing a large gun and the other is waving to American planes flying above. Printed at bottom: "Ordnance Department, U.S. Army, Keep 'Em Shooting!"
    • 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."
    • Right Is Might

    • 1942
    • Depicts row of tanks moving forward with dust flying and guns firing. Text encourages 18 and 19 year old men to enlist in the Army and choose a field of service from several listed. Printed in bottom right corner "P-45-RPB-10-19-42-50M Recruiting...
    • We have just begun to fight!

    • 1943
    • Depicts a soldier in a combat uniform and helmet. He has one arm raised and appears to be shouting. In his other arm he holds a rife with bayonet. Text lists major battles in the Pacific Theater and Africa, including Pearl Harbor, Bataan,...
    • The Father of Our Country Appealed for Soldiers as Follows

    • 1917
    • Poster includes reproduction of Revolutionary War era broadside containing George Washington's appeal for troops to enlist. Image of soldier depicted in various poses preparing and firing his musket. The poster ends with the plea, "Do as our...
    • A Smart Machine Gunner

    • Text: "A smart machine gunner will make his old and stained clothes look neat and tidy." Labeled "Tips for machine gunners."
    • Join the Air Service--Learn--Earn

    • 1917
    • World War I poster showing the Air Service insignia, various aircraft including airplanes and dirigibles, and a crew tending to a plane in the foreground. Caption: "Give 'er the gun"
    • Join the Tanks

    • Profile of soldier with tank insignia on collar. Text describes need for men for "the latest and most terrible weapon of them all. They are needed for the tanks…There is no service greater or more glorious than theirs." Text describes the work of...
    • Wanted for U.S. Guards--Help Your Country at Home

    • 1917
    • Text describes need for 15,000 men beyond the draft age to guard public utilities. Enlistees will be assigned to duty near ther homes. Stamped "P.O. Building Durham, N.C." Reverse side has postmark and stamp of Greensboro, N.C. recruiting office.
    • 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"
    • Medical Department United States Army

    • 1919
    • Photographs show scenes of educational opportunities in such areas as: x-ray instruction, clerical work, instruction in pharmacy, and laboratory work. The caduceus insignia appears under the title. Labeled "Med. Dept. Recruiting Poster No. 4"
    • Your Opportunity--Army Ordnance Schools

    • 1919
    • Several black and white photographs of artillery and soldiers showing a big railway gun, tractor-mounted Howitzer, class in gasoline engines, machine gun instruction, operating a big tractor, and sighting an anti-aircraft gun. Text: "Save money...
    • Men of 18 and 19

    • 1942
    • Depicts the head of a helmeted soldier with a serious expression. Text states "Now you can choose your branch of service. Apply at U.S. Army Recruiting and Induction Station." Includes list of service areas such as Corp of Engineers, Medical Dept.,...
    • The Educational Program of the United States Army

    • Mainly text poster divided into two sides, "Before you enter the service" and "After you enter the service." "Before" side lists ways to prepare for service such as taking specialized school and college courses, and pre-induction training. "After"...
    • Distinctive Insignia--United States Army, 1917-1919

    • 1920
    • Images of Insignia from Armies, Corps, Divisions, and Special Units. Reverse of copy 1 is stamped "War Department U. S. Army Recruiting Station, 334 1/2 S. Elm St. Greensboro, N.C." and "U.S. Army Recruiting Station" with "Charlotte, N.C." written...


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