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World War, 1914-1918 -- Posters -- United States

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Examples of recruitment propaganda messages

Identifier: 1000.171.1.21
Scope and Contents Examples of designs-in-miniature intended for car cards, posters and billboards: "All Together! Enlist in the Navy." Henry Reuterdahl, artist. On verso: "U.S. Navy. Here he is Sir. We need him and you too! Navy Recruiting Station." Charles Dana Gibson, artist. "He is keeping the World safe for Democracy. Enlist and help him." Clifford Carleton, artist. On verso: "America CAlls. Enlist in the Navy." J.C. Leyendecker, artist. "Stop This." ...
Dates: 1914 - 1977

Our Colored Heroes, 1918

Identifier: 2018.075
Scope and Contents Poster depicting the events of 14 May 1918 when Privates Roberts and Johnson fought off a 24 man German unit. Both men were awarded the Croix de Guerre, and in 1932 they were both awarded the Purple Heart when that award was revived. In 2002 Johnson received (posthumously) the Distinguished Service Cross, and in 2015, Johnson received the Medal of Honor.Text reads: "Honored as heroes/Henry Johnson Needham Roberts/Cired for bravery and receive the Croix de Guerre/Colored man is...
Dates: 1918

WWI posters, 1914-1920

Identifier: 1992-004-5
Scope and Contents

Series 5 of an artificial WWI umbrella collection, contains posters from America, Britain, Canada, and France.

Dates: 1914 - 1920