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    • Dish It Out with the Navy

    • 1942
    • Depicts a gun crew firing during a battle as another man gets ready to load the next round. Text: "Choose now while you can. Go to your nearest Navy recruiting station today." Printed on bottom "Order No. 4NRB-33508-9-17-42-125M
    • Barclay, McClelland.
    • Uniform Insignia--United States Navy

    • 1942
    • Depicts all the different insignia for navy officers and enlisted men. Text explains the difference between commissioned and warranted officers, chief petty officers and petty officers, and seamen, firemen, and mess men. Printed at bottom...
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    • Your Job in the Navy--How to Tell It! What it Means!

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    • At top of poster, several ships are featured with the insignia of five types of naval officers drawn above the ships. Text explains numerous navy jobs, gives their civilian equivalent, and encourages enlistment in the Navy. Printed at bottom...
    • Murphey, Matt.
    • The President's Call--Will You Answer It?

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    • Photograph of gun crew with caption, "We are not afraid of submarines." Text: "Join the Navy now. Your country needs you now. Our first line of defense. Apply at Navy Recruiting Stations Raleigh, Asheville, Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Wilmington,...
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    • What the Navy Is Doing--They Found Their Mark

    • 1917; 1918
    • Black-and-white photograph of gun crew loading a gun. Text: "This remarkable photograph was taken during a submarine attack on the U.S.S. Pocahontas, just as the guns were firing at the enemy. Note the steadiness of the gun crew itself, as if at...
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    • Gee!! I Wish I Were A Man--I'd Join the Navy

    • 1917
    • Poster of a young woman in a Navy uniform. Text: "Be a man and do it. United States Navy Recruiting Station, Martin & Wilmington Streets, Raleigh"
    • Christy, Howard Chandler, 1873-1952
    • I Want You for the Navy

    • 1917
    • A young woman in Navy uniform jacket and cap. Text: "Promotion for anyone enlisting. Apply any recruiting station or postmaster"
    • Christy, Howard Chandler, 1873-1952
    • I Want You for the Navy

    • 1917
    • Poster featuring a young woman in Navy uniform jacket and cap. Text: "Apply any recruiting station or postmaster"
    • Christy, Howard Chandler, 1873-1952
    • The U.S.S. Arkansas, 27,000 Tons, in Dry Dock

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    • Black-and-white photograph of U.S.S. Arkansas in dry dock. Text describes the process for dry-docking and cleaning ships. Concludes, "The Navy offers many opportunities and advantages to good men. Ask the men who know at the Navy Recruiting...
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    • What the Navy Is Doing--The Homecoming of the Victory Makers

    • 1917; 1918
    • Several black-and-white photographs of Navy vessels, officers, and a parade in New York. Text: "Here they are--back from the scrap, victors of the Boche. From Admiral to lamplighter they did their valiant trick and brought honor to the Navy and the...
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    • Help Keep It Great

    • 1942
    • Depicts a large American flag above text encouraging college freshmen and sophomores to consult their navy V-1 faculty advisor about staying in college and becoming a naval officer. Printed at bottom "NRB- 32620-6-3-42-15M"
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    • Follow the Flag--Enlist in the Navy

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    • Sailor holding U.S. flag on shore. Text: "U.S. Navy Recruiting Station Martin & Wilmington Streets Raleigh"
    • Daugherty, James Henry, 1889-1974
    • They Did Their Part

    • 1943
    • Depicts five smiling Sullivan brothers wearing dark pea coats and hats which say "U.S. Navy" standing around a door labeled "1-1117 Crews Quarters." Text: "The five Sullivan brothers 'missing in action' off the Solomons." Printed along bottom "OWI...
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    • Your Country Needs You--Join the Navy!

    • 1916
    • Head-and-shoulders portrait of a sailor saluting with view through a porthole of the Statue of Liberty in the background. Text: "America's first line of action. Be one of the leaders in your community by enlisting today! If you have passed the age...
    • Armstrong, Rolf, 1889-1960

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