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  • All fields: World War, 1914-1918--War work--Red Cross
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    • "It Is A Remarkable Story"

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    • Poster contains text headed by President Woodrow Wilson's statement: "It is a remarkable story" that recounts how the American Red Cross mobilized "heart and spirit of the American people," both at home and in foreign lands, "from Stockholm to...
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    • A Little Starving Child Brought Back to Life

    • 1918
    • Red cross surrounded by text telling donors to go without some luxury and help bring a starving child back to life. Title continues: "All of the Red Cross War Fund goes for War Relief."
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    • A Red Cross Health Center In Your Town

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    • Poster that describes how Red Cross Health Centers, nurses and volunteers provide services to the community, including child hygiene, health instruction and information, first aid, as well as a growth and nutrition clinic.
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    • Answer The Red Cross Christmas Roll Call

    • 1918
    • Snow-covered house and an evergreen tree; in lower part is a red cross and text urging donors to answer the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call - "All you need is a heart and a dollar."
    • Greenleaf, Ray, d. 1950
    • Caring For The Families Of America's Fighting Men

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    • Text indicates that the American Red Cross cares for soldiers' families, by relieving money problems, answering inquiries by men in service and their families of "all creeds and races." Red Cross help reached 300,000 families who received aid at...
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    • 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.
    • He Can Win!

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    • A soldier holding a pipe is seated at a drafting table working on a drawing. Text: "The Federal Board provides training. Consult the Local Red Cross Home Service Section."
    • Smith, Dan, 1865-1934
    • Health in the Home

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    • Four small images of nurses providing care. Text: "92,000 women and girls last year under Red Cross nurses completed courses of instruction in home care of the sick. Join the Red Cross and help expand this work."
    • Grant, Gordon, 1875-1962
    • Hold Up Your End

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    • Red Cross nurse holding one end of canvas stretcher, red cross at center of canvas. Text urges donors to "hold up your end!"
    • King, W. B.
    • How The Red Cross Helps The Stricken Peoples Of Europe

    • 1920
    • Text states that in 1920, in a typical month, the Red Cross aided over 525,000 children and adults; a box-graph shows the exact number of people helped in Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, Roumania, West Russia, the Baltic States, Poland, Austria, and...
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    • I Summon You To The Comradeship

    • 1918
    • Drawing of President Woodrow Wilson asking donors to participate in the comradeship and become members in the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call.
    • Mielziner, Leo, 1869-1935
    • In Peace As In War: The Greatest Mother In The World

    • 1919
    • Image of red cross with text urging donors to respond to the Third Red Cross Roll Call, November 2-11, 1919, and "make our American Red Cross, in peace as in war, the greatest mother in the world." In the background is figure of a nurse cradling a...
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    • Letter: Elizabeth Earl Jones to Col. Fred Olds, September 2, 1921

    • 1921-09-02
    • Elizabeth Earl Jones and May Frances Jones were sisters from Asheville (Buncombe County), North Carolina, who volunteered in Europe during World War I. Elizabeth had been in England since 1916, before the United States joined the war, and stayed on...
    • Jones, Elizabeth Earl.
    • Letter: May Frances Jones to Mrs. Thomas Settle, November 8, 1918

    • 1918-11-08
    • Elizabeth Earl Jones and May Frances Jones were sisters from Asheville (Buncombe County), North Carolina, who volunteered in Europe during World War I. Elizabeth had been in England since 1916, before the United States joined the war, and stayed on...
    • Jones, May Frances.
    • Letter: Wiley P. Killette to Mother, July 20, 1918

    • 1918-07-20
    • Sgt. Wiley Pearson Killette (1894-1951), of Wilson (Wilson County), N.C., served in Company H, 322nd Infantry, 81st Division of the U.S. Army during World War I. He was the son of Leanne Elizabeth (Pearson) and Edwin Franklin Killette, Sr., who was...
    • Killette, Wiley Pearson.
    • Letter: Wiley P. Killette to Mother, July 23, 1918

    • 1918-07-23
    • Sgt. Wiley Pearson Killette (1894-1951), of Wilson (Wilson County), N.C., served in Company H, 322nd Infantry, 81st Division of the U.S. Army during World War I. He was the son of Leanne Elizabeth (Pearson) and Edwin Franklin Killette, Sr., who was...
    • Killette, Wiley Pearson.
    • Letter: Wiley P. Killette to Mother, May 24, 1915 [1918]

    • 1918-05-24
    • Sgt. Wiley Pearson Killette (1894-1951), of Wilson (Wilson County), N.C., served in Company H, 322nd Infantry, 81st Division of the U.S. Army during World War I. He was the son of Leanne Elizabeth (Pearson) and Edwin Franklin Killette, Sr., who was...
    • Killette, Wiley Pearson.

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