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    • He Blocks The Road To Peace!

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of German soldier with spiked helmet, holding pistol and bloody knife, in front of a sign reading "The Road To Peace." Text urges enlistment in U.S. Army. Signed "Fred V. Owen after Kirby."
    • Owen, Fred V.
    • His Turn

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of a resolute U.S. soldier, labeled "American Army," rolling up his sleeve and preparing to fight; one German soldier, labeled "German Line," reacts in fear, another German soldier hides behind the first one.
    • Owen, Fred V.
    • On To Berlin!

    • 1918
    • A bulldog wrapped in an American flag is chasing and biting the tail of a hog wearing a spiked helmet with the words "German Army" printed on its body.
    • Owen, Fred V.
    • Defend "Old Glory"

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of an American soldier on a white horse, with saber, guarding the American flag, about to strike a German soldier, on foot, threatening the American with a rifle and bloody bayonet. Text below says "Enlist in US Army."
    • Owen, Fred V.
    • Defend Your Home And Country!

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of a Germanic warrior, wearing horned helmet marked "Hunism," about to club a woman kneeling over a dead baby; more corpses and a burning house are in the background. Lower part of poster urges enlistment in U.S. Army.
    • Owen, Fred V.
    • Destroy This Mad Brute--Enlist!

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of a King Kong type caricature wearing a German spiked helmet marked "Militarism;" the beast carries a club marked "Kultur" in his right hand and a half-nude fainting woman in his left arm. The beast is stepping out of the...
    • Davidson, T. S.
    • Construction or Destruction--Which Will Win?

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    • Poster depicts on one side an American shipyard and the construction of a ship surrounded by cranes; on the other side a troop of spike-helmeted German soldiers leaving several dead bodies in a destroyed house.
    • Watson, F. M.
    • This is the Enemy

    • 1943
    • Depicts an arm with a swastika on the sleeve cuff, holding a dagger which is piercing a Bible. Printed at bottom, " OWI Poster No. 76."
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    • Help Hunt The Hun

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of two American soldiers in full combat gear, with rifles and fixed bayonets, charging an unseen enemy to right. Text urges men 18-21 and 31-41 to enlist and "help hunt the Hun." Front and bottom of poster shows rubber...
    • Davidson, T. S.
    • Determination Or Elimination--Which Will Win?

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    • Poster depicts on one side an American shipbuilder, holding a wrench and standing on a piece of steel chained to the hook of a hoist, and on the other side the open sea, indicating all shipping had been eliminated by U-boats.
    • Watson, F. M.
    • Daniel Harvey Hill, Jr. (1859-1924) Papers, 1808-1967

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    • Papers of Hill, Raleigh educator and historian, including correspondence (1916-1924) about Civil War history, textbooks for schools, North Carolina colleges, the Presbyterian church, and the First World War; the elder D. H. Hill's account of his...
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    • Destroy This Thing! Enlist!

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of a crouching beast with a German spiked helmet, baring its teeth and glaring at a kneeling woman. Text urges enlistment.
    • Davidson, T. S.
    • In His Service

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    • Poster shows sketch of the Kaiser holding a flag with the words "traitor," "shirker," "slacker," and "loafer."
    • Watson, F. M.
    • The Baby Killer! Stop Him!

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of a German soldier holding a bloody knife. Text urges enlistment in the U.S. Army to stop the "baby killer."
    • Owen, Fred V.
    • What the Navy Is Doing--Depth Bombs Deal Death to U-Boats

    • 1917; 1918
    • Image of German U-boat being bombed as seen from deck of American ship. Text: "For this Hun the war is over, blown to bits by a depth bomb planted at the right time. It is the merry little depth bomb--in destroyer lingo, "the ash can" which upends...
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