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  • All fields: World War, 1914-1918--War work
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    • "A Man May Be Down But He's Never Out!"

    • 1919
    • Woman in Salvation Army uniform raising her hand above a variety of destitute people. Text: "Home Service Fund. Salvation Army May 19-26, 1919."
    • Duncan, Frederick
    • "It Is A Remarkable Story"

    • 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...
    • 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."
    • A Red Cross Health Center In Your Town

    • 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.
    • Ain't It A Grand and Glorious Feelin'? YWCA Hostess Houses

    • Printed poster reproduction of a six-panel cartoon showing a soldier able to meet his wife and child in the Army Camp's YWCA Hostess House. Text indicates YWCA Hostess Houses exist in seventy camps. Small print at bottom of cartoon panels credits...
    • America's Strength

    • Poster which states, in part: "Germany's strength lies in the willingness of her military caste to sacrifice her people...America's strength lies in the willingness of our people to freely pay even a bigger price and make even a greater sacrifice....
    • 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
    • Are You With Me Fellows?

    • Poster shows an angry Uncle Sam, his sleeves rolled up and ready to fight, looking at the sea, where a German U-boat is sinking an American ship, and asking "are you with me fellows?" The remaining text forms a poem, starting with the line "The...
    • Watson, F. M.
    • Are You With Me Fellows? Work, Fight, Or Go To Jail!

    • On the left side of the poster, Uncle Sam overturned a bench, marked "time losers paradise," spilling half a dozen men who were sitting on it. On the right side of the poster is an eight-line poem, starting with the line "I've got no use for...
    • Watson, F. M.
    • Are You Working With Schwab?

    • 1917
    • The photograph shows an image of Charles M. Schwab, in suit and bowler hat, observing workmen in a shipyard. The text quotes Charles M. Schwab, Director General of the Emergency Fleet Corp., who gives credit "to the men who actually built [the...
    • Baby's Prayer at Twilight

    • 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.
    • Back Our Girls Over There

    • 1917; 1918
    • Poster featuring YWCA switchboard operator at work; masses of soldiers appear in background. Text: "Back our girls over there. United War Work Campaign"
    • Underwood, Clarence F.
    • Backfire

    • Text states: "Every previous war had a backfire. Let us NOT have one after this war!"
    • United States. Dept. of Labor
    • Beware Of German Traps!

    • Text warns to beware of German traps and German trouble makers who will try to cause internal strife in America as they did in Russia. Poster urges to settle disputes after the war, or the Kaiser will settle it all.
    • United States. Dept. of Labor
    • Books Wanted For Our Men

    • Uniformed and helmeted United States Marine, rifle with bayonet fitted to its muzzle hanging from his shoulder, carries a big armload of books. Text states books are wanted for our men; "take your gifts to the Public Library."
    • Boot Straps

    • Title continues: "We don't try to pull ourselves up by our boot straps--do we? Then why try to get richer by producing less?" Poster text urges greater production to win the war; labor can earn the nation's gratitude by developing the American...
    • United States. Dept. of Labor


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