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    • Not Just Hats Off To The Flag But Sleeves Up For It!

    • 1917
    • Poster shows a workman standing next to newly manufactured shells; he is looking at an American flag and rolling up his sleeves. In the background are silhouettes of people cheering the same flag.
    • Palmer, A. H. (Alfred Herbert), b. 1853
    • Team Work Wins!

    • 1917
    • The upper part of the poster shows a master mechanic in an American factory working on a machine gun; the lower part of the poster shows three American soldiers on the front line using an identical machine gun. The text informs the workers "with...
    • Still, Roy Hull
    • Letter: Thomas Wayne Williams to Father, December 23, 1918

    • 1918-12-23
    • Cpl. Thomas Wayne Williams of Maxton (Robeson County) served in the Ordnance Department of the U.S. Army during World War I. His unit, 303rd Advance Ordnance Depot, was stationed with the 3rd Division of the U.S. Army as part of the Army of...
    • Williams, Thomas W.
    • 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...
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