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  • All fields: World War I Papers. Military Collection. State Archives of North Carolina
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    • Since the Beginning of the World…

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    • Title continues: "Classes and peoples have won power as they have proved themselves to be necessary for the defense of the State. Those of us who do the most toward winning this war will receive the most benefits after the war is over."
    • United States. Dept. of Labor
    • "Who's Girl" from the Warren Carson McNeill photo album

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    • Photograph of an unidentified woman with "Who's Girl" written on the back of the image. This photograph is part of a photo album belonging to Warren C. McNeill, a Gunner’s Mate Second Class from Lumberton (Robeson County) who served on the U.S.S....
    • McNeill, Warren Carson
    • "Sub on Surface" postcard from the Warren Carson McNeill photo album

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    • A postcard labeled "Sub on Surface" in Warren McNeill's handwriting and showing a submarine at sea. This photographic postcard is part of a photo album belonging to Warren C. McNeill, a Gunner’s Mate Second Class from Lumberton (Robeson County) who...
    • McNeill, Warren Carson;
    • Order Your Coal Now

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    • Title continues "Get it out of Uncle Sam's way--he needs the railroads for the war."
    • Cooper, Fred G. (Frederic Gross), 1883-1962
    • The Battle Line Is Not Alone in France!

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    • Text-only poster which states, in part: "The Battle Line Is Not Alone In France! The battle line runs through our mills and factories here at home..."
    • United States. Dept. of Labor
    • "Love Mr Lane My Dog" from the Warren Carson McNeill photo album

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    • Photograph labeled "Love Mr Lane My Dog" in an unknown handwriting and showing an unidentified woman and a dog in front of a house. This photograph is part of a photo album belonging to Warren C. McNeill, a Gunner’s Mate Second Class from Lumberton...
    • McNeill, Warren Carson;
    • "Shipmate" from the Warren Carson McNeill photo album

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    • Photograph of an unidentified man labeled "Shipmate." This photograph is part of a photo album belonging to Warren C. McNeill, a Gunner’s Mate Second Class from Lumberton (Robeson County) who served on the U.S.S. Louisiana during World War I.
    • McNeill, Warren Carson
    • Food is Ammunition -- Don't Waste It

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    • Silhouette of soldiers on horseback with American flag in background, large basket of produce in foreground. Text: "Food is Ammunition -- Don't Waste It." Poster is number 5 in a series.
    • Sheridan, John E.
    • "Shipmate," portrait of John Delisle [?]

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    • Portrait of a man in a sailor's uniform; the man is identified as "John Delisle" on the back in an unknown handwriting and as "Shipmate" on the front in Warren McNeill's handwriting. This photograph is part of an album belonging to Warren C....
    • McNeill, Warren Carson
    • They Fight For You - Protect Them

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    • Wounded soldier lying on the battlefield protected by a white shield with a red cross; the Statue of Liberty stands in the background; text urges raising $100,000,000 to protect the men who "fight for you."
    • Sesser, W. G.
    • "Jennie" - U.S.S. Louisiana's Mascot

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    • A photograph of a kitten labeled ""Jennie" - U.S.S. Louisiana's Mascot." This photographic postcard is part of a photo album belonging to Warren C. McNeill, a Gunner’s Mate Second Class from Lumberton (Robeson County) who served on the U.S.S....
    • McNeill, Warren Carson
    • Come Across With Your Part Of The War Fund!

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    • Military and civilian figures in war-torn Europe looking across the water at silhouettes of the Statue of Liberty, the Capitol, other buildings, and a red cross in the sky. Text urges: "If you can't go across with a gun, come across with your part...
    • Love, C. W.
    • Join the Navy--The Reasons Why--Your Country Needs You

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    • Text describes life in the Navy, pay, benefits, and diversions. Concludes, "The policy of the Navy Department is to better the condition of the enlisted man and to increase his opportunity along the lines of any particular talent. Membership in the...
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    • Advancement Rapid in the Naval Reserve

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    • Text continues: "Men within the draft age, procure a letter from your local board and join the navy. Enroll at Raleigh, N.C. Asheville, Winston-Salem, or Charlotte"
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    • Baby's Prayer at Twilight

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    • A boy's head, leaning on a poster-board inscribed with the words "Won't you help to bring my daddy home?" To the right and the left of the boy are sea-going ships, carrying war material to the fighting men. Small print in lower left corner states...
    • Watson, F. M.

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