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Zeichnet 7. Kriegsanleihe / Alfred Offner.
[Wegens de staat der Engelsche natie, in't jaar 1778]
(Scene near Tipton, on the Missouri Prairies,) Blacksmithing in the Army
[A hoist for ship building]
Government bakery, Stoneman's Station, Aquia Creek & Fredericksburgh Railroad
Sanitary Commission lodge, Washington, D.C.
Government Bakery, Alexandria, Va.
One man sows and another reaps
Government coal wharf, Alexandria, Va.
Our rattlesnake flag
The popular loan to the federal government - scene in the main room of the Assay Office, Wall Street, New York
The rebel chivalry as the fancy of "My Maryland" painted them; as "My Maryland" found them.
The starving people of New Orleans fed by the United States military authorities
Advantage of "famine prices"
Brooklyn sanitary fair, 1864. New England kitchen / lith. of A. Brown & Co. 47 Nassau St. N.Y. for Henry McCloskey's Manual of 1864.
Brooklyn Sanitary Fair, 1864 Interior view of the Academy of Music, as seen from the dress circle / / Lith. of A. Brown & Co. 47 Nassau St. N.Y.
View on canal, near Crenshaw's Mill, Richmond, Virginia / Alex. Gardner, photographer.
Grand hall of the fair building, Fourteenth Street
Our Mexican frontier - cotton press at Piedras Negras, on the Rio Grande, the centre of the rebel trade / from a sketch by our special artist, C.E. Bonwill.
View on the Appomattox River, near Campbell's Bridge, Petersburg, Va. / negative by T.H. O'Sullivan, positive by A. Gardner.
View from Pioneer Mill, looking up the wharf
The Vulcan Iron Works, Cumberland St., Charleston, S.C.
The Tredegar Iron Works
The late Senator Sumner. Ceremonies in the Capitol -- colored people of Washington, headed by Frederick Douglass, viewing the remains / Sketched by Joseph Becker.
[Confederate one hundred dollar bill]
[Eight Confederate bills ranging in value from five to one hundred dollars]
Another proposed war tax / Ehrhart.
Misery loves company; - but they hope soon to be out of it / Dalrymple.
Kishineff must be paid for - with interest / Keppler.
[Women operating drill presses for reaming out holes in hand grenade bodies, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, R.I.]
Kriegsanleihe zeichnen! / LO.
Fish & vegetable meals will save wheat, meat & fats for our soldiers and allies
Zeichnet Kriegsanleihe! Wiener Bank-Verein / Rauch.
[Bench assembling, Recording & Computing Machines Co., Dayton, Ohio]
[Women making Browning machine guns - general view of polishing shop, Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, Conn.]
[Women immersing bouchon assemblies for hand grenades in Vatudrip to prevent rust, Gorham Manufacturing Co., Providence, Rhode Island, during World War I]
This shows the girls canning both fruits and vegetables
[Woman grinding small gear cutter, and woman sweeping at Midvale Steel & Ordnance Co., Nicetown, Pa., during World War I]
Weihnachten im Feld! 1914. Spendet Liebesgaben für unsere Krieger! / AM.
Boys to the farm -- bring your chums and do your bit -- S.O.S. / E. Henderson.
Canada's egg opportunity
S.O.S. Soldiers of the Soil - boys to the front
[Woman broaching key seat in front sight carrier for rifle, Eddystone Rifle Plant, Eddystone, Pa., during World War I]
Wir schlagen sie und zeichnen Kriegsanleihe!
Come into the garden Dad! / Sampson.
Spende für bayerische Soldatenheime / Stuck.
Assembling fuses--Frankford Arsenal, Frankford, Pa.
Canada's butter opportunity
Kriegsanleihe zeichnen! / LO.
Hier zeichnet man die Kriegsanleihe / Bernhard.
Wash women at work
Économisons le pétrole, l'essence / Marie Louise Jeanningros, 13 ans.
Soignons la basse-cour. Je suis une brave poule de guerre, je mange peu et produis beaucoup / G. Douanne, 16 ans.
Artillery vehicles - Camouflaging Dept., American Car & Foundry Company, Detroit, Michigan
[Women assembling cartridges, in Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridges Co., Inc., Bridgeport, Conn.]
[Women grinding barrels of automatic 45s, in Colt's Paten Fire Arms Plant, Hartford, Conn.]
Buy fresh fish, save the meat for our soldiers and allies / E. Henderson.
Canada's pork opportunity / E. Henderson.
[Woman working at internal thread milling machine, Norton Grinding Co., Worcester, Ma., during World War I]
Mitbürger! Sammelt leere Mineralwasserflaschen
[Woman standing on electric shop truck, Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, N.Y., during World War I]
[Training school, Norton Grinding Co., Worchester, Mass.]
[Woman working turret lathe in training school, Lincoln Motor Co., Detroit, Mi., during World War I]
[Women working in Welding Department, Lincoln Motor Co., Detroit, Mich.]
[Training school, Lincoln Motor Co., Detroit, Mich.]
Do your duty to our boys as they are doing theirs to you. The 1914 War Society wants to give every disabled man a fair chance of honourable independence in healthy rural surroundings / designed by Frank Brangwyn, A.R.A. ; printed by the Avenue Press Ltd., Bouverie St., London, E.C. England.
Canada's beef opportunity
Are you breaking the law? Patriotic Canadians will not hoard food
We are saving you, you save food / E. Henderson.
Das ist der Weg zum Frieden -- die Feinde wollen es so! Darum zeichne Kriegsanleihe! / Bernhard.
Waste not, want not - prepare for winter
Canada Food Board recipe books
Heroic women of France toiling to produce food Are you doing your part?
If you can't fight you can pay. Your loyal talk won't beat Germany. Men and money will. Enlist or pay to-day. Subscribe now to the Canadian Patriotic Fund
Soldiers' separation allowances. Increased rates from March 1, 1915 [...] / H. W. & V. Ld.
3,000,000 Belgians are destitute in Belgium. They must not starve. Support the local fund / Hassall.
La Banca popolare di Milano ... prestito nazionale 5 %
Wanted - men, munitions, money. If you can neither enlist nor make munitions, buy the new 4 1/2% war loan! / Baxter ; printed by A. White & Co., 6, Hill Street, Finsbury, E.C.
Sailors' & Soldiers' Tobacco Fund. It is a significant fact that almost every letter from the front contains a request for "something to smoke" / designed by Frank Brangwyn, A.R.A.
To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form it is unpatriotic / printed by Roberts & Leete, Ltd., London.
Appeal to women. Make every penny do the work of two. Put your savings in the war loan / printed by David Allen & Sons Ld. Harrow, Middlesex.
War bonds. Feed the guns! / Bert Thomas ; printed by Hill, Siffken & Co. Ltd. (L.P.A. Ltd.), Grafton Works, Holloway, N.7.
Gib für unsere Helden / Royer/FL.
Belgian & Allies Aid League. Will you help these sufferers from the war to start a new home. Help is better than sympathy / Frank Brangwyn, A.R.A., del et lith ; printed by the Avenue Press Ltd., Bouverie Street, London, E.C. England.
Orphelinat des armée / Frank Brangwyn.
Belgian Red Cross fund / printed by Johnson, Riddle & Co., Ltd., London S.E.
[Red Cross. Soldiers receiving medical attention]
"Dad's on the line busy fighting." What are you doing for those he left behind. Subscribe now to the Canadian Patriotic Fund
Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Lincoln Branch, Flag day, Saturday, September 4th, 1915 / W.L. Wyllie ; Copyright, Buck & Wootton, Ltd., London, S.E.
Are you helping the Germans? / printed by David Allen & Sons Ld., Harrow, M[iddlesex].
Aiutateci a vincere! la Banca commerciale Italiana / Barchi ; L'Idea.
War loan / printed by Spottiswoode & Co. Ltd. London, E.C.
Achetez des timbres d'épargne de guerre
£1 for 15/6. If you cannot fight - lend your money. Go to the post office to-day / printed by David Allen & Sons Ld., Harrow, Midx.
Thrift stamps. We licked them at the front, you lick them at the back
Fight or pay. Subscribe now to the Canadian Patriotic Fund
Star & Garter Home for totally disabled soldiers and sailors / B.P. ; WHS [monogram].
Journeé de l'oeuvre Nivernaise des mutilés de la guerre
The Empire's need. Men, munitions, money. Which are you supplying?