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    • 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...
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    • Send The Eagle's Answer--More Ships

    • 1917
    • Full color poster of a screaming bald eagle, with talons outstretched, racing towards the rising red sun. Below a convoy leaves port, beginning its voyage to Europe.
    • Daugherty, James Henry, 1889-1974
    • 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
    • Put The Pennant Beside The Flag

    • 1917
    • Poster showing the United States flag and the pennant of the U.S. Shipping Board.
    • Falls, C. B. (Charles Buckles), 1874-1960
    • The Combination That Will Win The War

    • 1917
    • Top of poster shows an American workman and an American soldier. Text in lower part of the poster informs the reader that all products made in this plant go to France and have a direct bearing on the outcome of the war.
    • Treidler, Adolph, b. 1886
    • Jobs For Fighters

    • 1917
    • Poster shows a uniformed soldier, holding an honorable discharge paper in one hand, about to enter the bureau for returning soldiers and sailors. The Bureau, sponsored by the U.S. Employment Service and the U.S. Department of Labor, matched...
    • Grant, Gordon, 1875-1962
    • Teamwork Wins

    • 1917
    • World War I poster featuring men at work in a shipyard, beneath an American flag.
    • Kline, Hibberd V. B. (Hibberd Van Buren), b. 1885
    • November is Thrift Month

    • 1917
    • Title continues: "Governor Bickett appeals to the farmers of North Carolina to save now and prepare for less prosperous days." Specific recommendations include buying a Liberty Loan Bond, paying off debts, starting a savings account, and making...
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    • For Every Fighter A Woman Worker

    • 1917; 1918
    • Poster featuring female laborers passing in an endless parade. Text: "For Every Fighter a Woman Worker. Y.W.C.A. Back Our Second Line of Defense. United War Work Campaign"
    • Baker, Ernest Hamlin, 1889-1975
    • 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.
    • Your Work Means Victory--Build Another One

    • 1917
    • Poster showing men working on rigging on the smokestack of a ship. Note at lower left: "This poster design received an honorable mention (citizen's class) in the poster contest conducted by 'The New York Sun.'"
    • Hoertz, Frederick J., 1899-1977
    • On The Job For Victory

    • 1917
    • Ship-builder in foreground holding a rivet gun in his right hand, and with his left gestures over his right shoulder as if to say, "Come on!" The background shows workers, scaffolding and cranes of a shipyard.
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    • To Everyone In This Plant

    • 1917
    • A shipyard scene is depicted and a shield with stars and stripes is in the upper right corner. Text encourages every worker "to do his utmost to make material for our ships carefully and speedily." Concludes, "Our country is depending on you."...
    • Britton, L. N.
    • Teamwork Builds Ships

    • 1917
    • World War I poster featuring ship-builders working together to rivet the steel plates of a vessel.
    • Stevens, William Dodge, 1870-1942
    • 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

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