U.S. Marines - first to hoist Old Glory on foreign soil Join them for overseas duty / / Sidney H. Riesenberg 1913.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing marines raising the American flag on a bamboo flagpole; also shows wood engraved scenes of marines in action in foreign countries.
U.S. Navy recruitment poster showing a sailor pointing to a billboard while encouraging a young man to "join the navy and see the world"; also includes list of occupations available in the navy, reasons for joi... more
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing marines coming ashore with ships in the background; also shows a series of views of marines engaged in training, educational, and recreational activities, as well as the ... more
"They need us over there" 1000 graduate nurses a week for eight weeks : This is the call of Surgeon General Gorgas, U.S.A.
American Red Cross recruitment poster showing a three-quarter length portrait of a nurse.
"All in the day's work" Enlist in the United States Marine Corps for interesting duty - land, sea, or sky / / Ch. Gatchell.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing recruits engaged in various activities at a Marine Corps training camp.
This is the only American ambulance now saving lives in Russia The American ambulance in Russia / / B.
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.
U.S. Marines - first to fight in France for freedom Enlist with the "soldiers of the sea" / / F.C. Yohn.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing a group of marines rushing into battle carrying the American flag and the flag of the Marine Corps.
Membership campaign poster for the Girls Division of the New York War Camp Community Service showing a painting by Albert Herter of Liberty standing behind a soldier and helping him hold up the American flag.
U.S. Army recruiting poster showing officers and soldiers sending or receiving information through wireless and signal flags, other soldiers position and prepare to fire a cannon.
A chance shot This is a chance photograph of a chance shot at a "sub" by a real chance taking American / / photographed by Lieut. Sellers, P.C., U.S.N.
U.S. Navy recruitment poster showing scene aboard ship of sailors loading artillery.
Be up-to-date - be a U.S. Marine First to change the old campaign hat for the modern helmet / / W.A. Rogers.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing a marine putting on a helmet as he looks over a barricade of sandbags on which a rifle rests.
Come on you sea-cooks Enlist in Naval Reserve Force - for the war only : Apply to nearest Navy recruiting station.
Naval Reserve recruitment poster showing a navy cook at a stove; includes text promoting the position as a sea cook, as well as a list of the wages for various cook and mess positions.
The regular - ready! He was - he is - he will be Enlist for the infantry or in one of the other twelve branches / / Gordon Grant.
U.S. Army recruiting poster showing a soldier standing with gun ready, with a wreath in the background.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing marines in a landing party; also shows a series of views of marines engaged in training, educational, and recreational activities.
You are wanted by the U.S. Army 660 Market St. San Francisco or any Army recruiting station / / K.M. Bara.
U.S. Army recruiting poster showing an officer, possibly Gen. John J. Pershing, seated on a horse and pointing towards the viewer.
Columbia calls--Enlist now for U.S. Army / designed by Frances Adams Halsted ; painted by V. Aderente.
Columbia holding a flag and a sword while standing on top of a globe, with text of poem by Halsted "Columbia Calls."
U.S. Navy recruitment poster showing head-and-shoulders portrait of a sailor saluting with view through a porthole of the Statue of Liberty in the background.
Rally 'round the flag with United States Marines "Soldiers of the sea" First in defense on land or sea / / Sidney H. Riesenberg 1916.
U.S. Marines recruitment poster showing marines in a landing party.
Ordnance Dept. recruiting poster showing the Kaiser, holding a bloody sword, cowering in the shadow of a young woman typing.
To everyone in this plant: This plant is engaged upon government work [...] Our country is depending on you / L.N. Britton ; Thomsen-Ellis Co. Baltimore-New York.
Poster showing a small scene of work in a shipyard, above lengthy text.
The "Y" has more than 2000 such homes for our boys--United War Work Campaign, November 11-18 / Albert Herter.
Poster showing a group of soldiers approaching a warmly lit YMCA facility, through the snow, at night.
Save the products of the land--Eat more fish-they feed themselves United States Food Administration / / Charles Livingston Bull ; Heywood Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co. N.Y.
Poster showing underwater view of fish swimming among seaweed.
Success in war - depends on co-operation and good feeling between the captains and privates in our volunteer, wage-paid American industrial army now stationed at - Fort Factory
Poster showing lines of men and women entering a factory.
U.S. Marines "Soldiers of the sea" - For full information apply recruiting station / J.C. Leyendecker.
Poster showing two Marines in dress uniform, one with rifle and one with bugle, surrounded by photographs of Marine life.
U*S*A Bonds - Third Liberty Loan Campaign - Boy Scouts of America Weapons for liberty / / J.C. Leyendecker ; American Lithographic Co. N.Y.
Poster showing Liberty, and a Boy Scout holding a sword inscribed, "Be prepared."
Poster showing two men on a globe shaking hands across the Atlantic; a man in a suit reaches across from the United States to a soldier standing on Great Britain and France.
Wilson, Taft, Roosevelt and other national leaders indorse [sic] Y.M.C.A. work [...] / J. F. Butler ; Globe Lithographing Company, New York.
Poster showing soldiers entering a Y.M.C.A. canteen, and a portrait of President Wilson. Lengthy text endorsing Y.M.C.A. includes quotes from Wilson, Taft, Roosevelt, Secretary of War Baker, Secretary of Navy D... more
"We closed the road to Paris - we're on our way to Berlin" Every bond you buy of the 4th Liberty Loan is a bayonet thrust at the Kaiser / / Steffan.
Poster showing Kaiser Wilhelm attempting to walk across a sea of soldiers with bayonets aloft.
Poster showing a figure of Columbia, brandishing an American flag and a shield, riding an eagle as she leads a large squadron of airplanes.
Dig in--Buy here--Your Liberty Loan bonds on the easy payment coupon plan Dig to-day - reap tomorrow.
Poster showing horse-drawn ploughing, soldiers on the battlefield, and men in line to purchase Liberty bonds.
Hit the bull's eye!--Is your name on this list? Get out of your own little circle of selfishness into the big circle of service.
Poster showing small news photographs of the war effort by Hare in Leslie's, lists of hundreds of recent American volunteers, and addresses of recruiting stations.
Poles! Kosciuszko and Pulaski fought for the liberty of Poland and other nations--Follow their example--Enlist in the Polish Army! / W. T. Benda.
Poster showing Kosciuszko and Pulaski, and the Polish flag.
Sir - don't waste while your wife saves--Adopt the doctrine of the clean plate - do your share / Crawford Young ; The W.F. Powers Co. Litho., N.Y.
Poster showing a portly man eating and smoking a cigar in a restaurant.
[Kościuszko, Pułaski - They fought for liberty in America [...] Eat less wheat, meat, fats, sugar [...]] / Illion [sic]; Latham Litho. & Ptg. Co. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Poster showing a portrait of Tadeusz Kościuszko.