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    • Your War Savings Pledge

    • 1917
    • Image of three men: a soldier, Uncle Sam, and a man in a business suit holding a sheet marked W.S.S. Uncle Sam is in the center and has his arms around the shoulders of the other two men. Text: "Our boys make good their pledge. Are you keeping...
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    • Your Red Cross is at his side

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    • Depicts a smiling soldier with his gun over his shoulder, pack on his back raising a tin cup to his mouth behind barbed wire lines; above him are uniformed members of the Red Cross, one male, one female.
    • Schlaikjer, Jes Wilhelm, b. 1897.
    • Your Place Is By His Side

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of American soldier standing at port arms with a rifle; text urges enlistment in U.S. Army.
    • Owen, Fred V.
    • Young Hickory news

    • 2008; 2009; 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013
    • Three times a year.; Fall 2009 misnumbered as: Vol. 9, issue 2.
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    • You've Got What it Takes Soldier--Now Take Care of What You've Got!

    • 1943
    • Depicts Uncle Sam wearing an army helmet and holding a gun, pointing at the viewer. Text urges soldiers to take care of themselves and their equipment. Printed at bottom "Army Conservation Project No. 2-P-1, U.S. Government Printing Office:...
    • Baker, Ernest Hamlin, 1889-1975
    • You can't afford to miss either! Buy Bonds Every Payday

    • 1944
    • Depicts a soldier gripping an anti-aircraft gun. An burning airplane can be seen falling in the background. Printed at bottom: "Official U.S. Treasury Poster U.S. Government Printing Office: 1944-O-607943 WFD 942."
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    • You Can Set Their Spirit Free

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    • Depicts a silhouette of a soldier behind barbed wire. Text encourages readers to give generously to their county United War Fund to help prisoners of war.
    • Kauffer, E. McKnight (Edward McKnight), 1890-1954.
    • Workers Lend Your Strength

    • 1918
    • Laborer with uniformed YMCA worker by his side; silhouette of soldier in background. Text: "Workers : Lend Your Strength to the Red Triangle. Help the 'Y' Help the Fighters Fight. United War Work Campaign--November 11 to 18"
    • Spear, Gil
    • Women! They can't do any more--but you can

    • 1943
    • Depicts graves marked by crosses, one of which has a soldier's helmet hanging from it. Text encourages women to join the WAC (Women's Army Corps). Printed at bottom "PC-X-RPB- 10-1-43-225M Recruiting Publicity Bureau United States Army"
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    • Women at War--Buy War Bonds

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    • Text banner with image of a woman standing next to silhouette of Revolutionary War-era soldier. Printed at bottom "U.S. Government Printing Office: 1942-O-489914 WSS 631."
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    • Miscellaneous genealogy papers, W [COPYRIGHT-FREE]

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    • These pages are from the Government and Heritage Library genealogy vertical files. They have been donated to the library by researchers and genealogists over the course of many years. We believe they are in the public domain; if you have any...
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    • Windows.

    • 1991
    • Semiannually, <2004>-; Vol. 1, no. 1 (fall 1991)-; Title from caption.
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    • Wildlife in North Carolina

    • 2010
    • Frequency varies; v. 10- May 1946-; Issued Apr. 1946-Apr. 1947 by the Dept. of Conservation and Development, Division of Game and Inland Fisheries; by North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.
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    • What did you do today--For freedom?

    • 1943
    • Depicts the body of a dead soldier lying on the ground. Text: "Today at the front, he died...Today, what did you do? Next time you see a list of dead and wounded, ask yourself: 'What have I done today for freedom? What can I do tomorrow that will...
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    • What Can You Do? Join Our Red Cross!

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    • Red Cross nurse leading a wounded soldier and a mother with two children. A large red cross is in background; the text urges joining "our Red Cross" and informs that membership, including the Red Cross Magazine, is $2.00; no field service required.
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    • What Are You Doing To Help?

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    • Red Cross nurse leading a blinded and wounded soldier; text urges joining "your American Red Cross"; memberships are $2.00 and up.
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    • Western Carolinian

    • 1823-10-07
    • State Archives of North Carolina Historic Newspaper Archive
    • Philo White

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