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World War, 1914-1918 -- United States -- Propaganda.

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 97 Collections and/or Records:

2 1/2 million starving...Save a life., Between 1910-1920

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.1.2
Scope and Contents From the Series: World War I era posters produced in America.
Dates: Between 1910-1920

America Gave You All You Have to Give. Give It -- She Needs It Now!, Between 1910-1920

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.2.23
Scope and Contents From the Series: World War I era posters produced in America.
Dates: Between 1910-1920

Americans All! Honor Roll..., 1917

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.2.24
Scope and Contents From the Series: World War I era posters produced in America.
Dates: 1917

And They Thought We Couldn't Fight. Victory Liberty Loan., Between 1910-1920

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.1.27
Scope and Contents From the Series: World War I era posters produced in America.
Dates: Between 1910-1920

And They Thought We Couldn't Fight. Victory Liberty Loan., Between 1910-1920

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.2.11
Scope and Contents From the Series: World War I era posters produced in America.
Dates: Between 1910-1920

Answer the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call..., Between 1910-1920

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.1.67
Scope and Contents From the Series: World War I era posters produced in America.
Dates: Between 1910-1920

Back our girls over there. YWCA. , Between 1910-1920

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.1.68
Scope and Contents From the Series: World War I era posters produced in America.
Dates: Between 1910-1920

Beat Back the Hun with Liberty Bonds, approximately 1917

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.3.40
Scope and Contents German soldier in spiked helmet with boody nayonet peers across ravaged no man's land.
Dates: approximately 1917

Books Wanted for our Men "In Camp and Over There"..., Between 1910-1920

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Identifier: 1992.004.5.6.2.18
Scope and Contents From the Series: World War I era posters produced in America.
Dates: Between 1910-1920