Poster showing Uncle Sam, with a list of military service branches and the question, "Which for you?". TITLE: Volunteer, and choose your own branch of the service - Uncle Sam. Poster dates to World War I, 1917. Learn More
Poster showing a tank climbing across a trench. TITLE: See real warfare - "over there" cantonment - made possible by blood-not money 5th Regiment Armory, Baltimore - tickets for sale here / Lloyd Harrison ; H Gamse & Bro. Litho. Balto. Md. Learn More
Poster soliciting contributions for the American Ambulance in Russia, 527 Fifth Avenue, New York, showing a Russian soldier with a look of dismay and gesturing towards an ambulance in the background. TITLE: This is the only American ambulance now saving lives in Russia The American ambulance in Russia. Poster dates to between 1914 and 1918. Learn More
Even circus elephants became involved in this pageant of Aladdin and his lamp. The colorfully rich dressed participants, majestic horse-drawn floats and richly caparisoned horses fill this glorious Barnum & Bailey circus poster of 1917. Learn More
Poster showing Liberty, modeled on the well-known statue complete with upraised torch, offering a Red Cross shield to a wounded soldier. TITLE: They fight for you - protect them Help the Red Cross raise $100,000,000 at once. Poster dates to 1917. Learn More
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