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  • All fields: United States. Army--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.
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    • Men Wanted for the Army

    • 1914
    • World War I poster. Soldiers in khaki, with rifles at the ready, run through a field.
    • Hazelton, I. B. (Isaac Brewster), 1875-1943
    • Columbia Calls. Enlist Now for U.S. Army

    • 1916
    • Columbia stands on a globe, with feet resting on the United States. She holds the American flag. The poem "Columbia Calls" appears in the lower right corner. Copy 1 has an original drawing of a searchlight on the reverse. The hand-stenciled sign...
    • Aderente, Vincent, ca. 1880-1941; Halsted, Frances Adams
    • Britishers--Enlist To-day

    • 1916
    • The flag of Great Britain appears on a green background. Text: "Apply to nearest U.S. Army Recruiting Office or British Consulate."
    • Lipscombe, Guy, 1881-1952
    • Men Wanted for the Army

    • 1917
    • An officer stands beside a bugler on horseback. A mountain is in the background. Stamped: "U.S. Army Recruiting Station Concord, N.C. Over Pearl Drug Co." "122 1/2 N. Main St." written across bottom.
    • Whelan, Michael P.
    • 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.
    • Treat 'em Rough! Join the Tanks

    • 1917
    • World War I poster featuring black cat with prominent fangs and claws leaping above a battlefield with tanks.
    • Hutaf, August William, 1879-1942
    • 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"
    • Winter in Panama with the U.S. Army

    • 1917; 1918
    • Sketch of the Panama Canal depicts ship and buildings. Seven photographs show troops engaged in training exercises such as drilling, marching, and artillery target practice. A company picnic and swimming class are included.
    • Sleeper, E. H.
    • 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...
    • 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..."
    • I Want You for the U.S. Army

    • 1917
    • World War I poster featuring Uncle Sam in his top hat pointing his finger at the viewer.
    • Flagg, James Montgomery, 1877-1960
    • We've Got His Number Now!

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of the Kaiser, hands over his ears, while Uncle Sam's accusing finger points at him. Text urges men to "volunteer in the Army" to "help us get him." On the reverse side of the poster is an unfinished sketch.
    • Davidson, T. S.
    • Battles Give Way to Sports in A.E.F.

    • 1918
    • Nine photographs with borders show soldiers in France and England enjoying sports and recreational activities. These include a vaudeville act, a soup wagon race, a mule race, swimming, pole vaulting, and playing music on a homemade banjo. Caption:...
    • Mueller, Harry S.
    • The Highest Paid Fighting Man In The World

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing depicts U.S. soldier surrounded by information about financial benefits received by an American private, as compared to wages paid to soldiers of other belligerent and neutral nations; tells reader to inquire at an Army...
    • Owen, Fred V.
    • He Blocks The Road To Peace!

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of German soldier with spiked helmet, holding pistol and bloody knife, in front of a sign reading "The Road To Peace." Text urges enlistment in U.S. Army. Signed "Fred V. Owen after Kirby."
    • Owen, Fred V.
    • How Old Are You?

    • 1918
    • Original poster inviting men 31 to 41 to the U.S. Recruiting Station located in the Mint Building in Charlotte, North Carolina, to enlist in the Home Guard.
    • Owen, Fred V.


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