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    • "All In The Day's Work"

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    • Cartoon drawing showing recruits engaged in various activities at a Marine Corps training camp. Text: "Enlist in the United States Marine Corps for interesting duty - land, sea, or sky."
    • Gatchell, Charles, 1883-1933
    • "Spirit of 1917"

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    • Marines on a beach carrying rifles and the American and Marine Corps flags. Text: "Join the U.S. Marines at Postoffice Bldg., Durham, N.C."
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    • "The Sword Is Drawn the Navy Upholds It!"

    • 1917
    • World War I poster. Columbia holding a scroll stating "We can do no otherwise" and in the other hand a raised sword. A battleship sails in the background.
    • Cox, Kenyon, 1856-1919
    • A Smart Machine Gunner

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    • Text: "A smart machine gunner will make his old and stained clothes look neat and tidy." Labeled "Tips for machine gunners."
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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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    • Albea, John R. (Yadkin County)

    • 1901
    • One widows' application for Nancy C. Albea; folder contains soldier's enlistment papers
    • North Carolina. Office of the State Auditor.
    • Alexander Hamilton McNeil Papers, 1861-1865

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    • Papers of Alexander Hamilton McNeil (1831-1906) of Moore County. McNeil was involved in the administration of the Confederate States of America (CSA) government as enlistment officer and tax assessor in Moore County from 1861-1865. He also served...
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    • America Calls--Enlist in the Navy

    • 1917
    • Liberty shakes hands with a sailor holding a bayonet. "The U.S. Navy Publicity Bureau gratefully acknowledges its indebtedness to Mr. J.C. Leyendecker for this design and to the Beck Engraving Co. for the reproduction."
    • Leyendecker, J. C. (Joseph Christian), 1874-1951
    • Americans--Join And Fight!

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of two American soldiers charging out of trenches, with an American flag in the background; text urges Americans 18-21 and 31-41 to join the U.S. Army and fight. Front of poster has ink stamp: "P. O. Building, Durham, N.C."
    • Davidson, T. S.
    • Americans! Eyes Open! Mouths Shut!

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    • Text continues: "Help win the war by obeying these rules. Do not repeat any rumors concerning our troops. It is no rumor that, after a long wait, you can now join the U.S. Marines…The Marine Corps Recruiting Station is at 4 North Pack Square,...
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    • Americans will always fight for liberty

    • 1943
    • Depicts a group of Revolutionary War-era soldiers in ragged uniforms standing at attention as twentieth-century soldiers march past. The dates 1778 and 1943 appear above the two groups of soldiers. Printed on bottom ""OWI Poster No. 26 Additional...
    • Perlin, Bernard, 1918-

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