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    • ...and WE talk about sacrifice

    • 1943
    • Depicts an elderly European woman wearing simple clothes and a kerchief, tears rolling down her cheeks, with the smoking ruins of a house and a cross marking a grave behind her. Printed at bottom "U.S. Government Printing Office: 1943-O-552436 WFD...
    • Couillard, R.
    • ...because somebody talked!

    • 1944
    • Depicts a sad-looking dog leaning over the back of a chair resting his head on a sailor uniform, indicating that its owner is never coming home. "U.S. Government Printing Office: 1944-O-579038 Distributed for the issuing agencies by the Office of...
    • Wesley.
    • 100 Years of War

    • Depicts a map of the world with each country color coded to indicate the number of wars it has been involved in over the last 100 years. Text explains the map's purpose and states the world has had only 230 years of peace in the last 3,344 years....
    • 1946 Resolution

    • 1945
    • Depicts a scroll, which reads: "1946 Resolution – that every American buy and hold U.S. Savings Bonds." War bonds surround the scroll. Printed at bottom: "WFD-72-A Official U.S. Treasury Poster U.S. Government Printing Office: 1945-O-674121."
    • 7th War Loan--Now All Together

    • 1945
    • Depicts a group of soldiers planting an American flag. Printed at bottom "U.S. Government Printing Office: 1945-O-637980 WFD 11 Official U.S. Treasury Poster U.S. Marines At Iwo Jima, Painted By C. C. Beall From Associated Press Photo"
    • Beall, C. C. (Cecil Calvert), 1892-1967.
    • 85 Million Americans Buy War Bonds

    • 1945
    • Depicts the Statue of Liberty's arm holding her torch. Below is a man's arm holding a fist full of war bonds. Printed at bottom: "U.S. Government Printing Office: 1945-O-629877 Official U.S. Treasury Poster WFD 983-B."
    • "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
    • "A wise old owl sat in an oak"--Silence means Security

    • 1943
    • Depicts a large owl sitting on a tree, with a poem printed on a leaf. The text encourages discretion and silence to ensure security. Printed at the bottom W.D., A.G.O. "Owl" Security Poster, U.S. Government Printing Office: 1943-0-514854.
    • "All In The Day's Work"

    • 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
    • "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...
    • "Spirit of 1917"

    • 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."
    • "The Secret"--Silence means Security

    • 1943
    • Depicts thirteen color cartoon sketches on white background. Sketches follow a secret told by a serviceman to his girlfriend ending in the secret being revealed to the enemy in a German U-Boat. Blue wording in cursive letters at top of poster read:...
    • Hanley, Frank.
    • "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
    • "The Time Has Come For Us To Conquer or Submit"

    • Portrait of Woodrow Wilson is above the text and flanked by red, white, and blue banners. Full text reads: "'The time has come for us to conquer of submit.' 'For us there is but one choice. We have made it.' President Wilson. Buy a Bond of the 2nd...


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