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For Liberty's sake - Enlist in the Navy. The Statue of Liberty looms over a Navy patrol boat in this recruiting poster issued by the City of Boston Committee on Public Safety. Vintage WWI poster, circa 1917. Prints from $15.

For Liberty's sake - Enlist In The Navy

USA WW I.For Liberty’s Sake - Enlist in the Navy - The Statue of Liberty looms over a Navy patrol boat in this recruiting poster issued by the City of Boston Committee on Public Safety.

The Teamworker!

The Teamworker

The Teamworker! Always busy - always working with others - always getting things done! This motivational poster shows a bee gathering pollen from a flower. Illustrated by Willard Frederic Elmes,

American propaganda poster encouraging the public to buy war bonds. The statue is liberty is depicted.

American propaganda poster encouraging the public to buy war bonds. The statue is liberty is depicted.

The American Way ~ Merchant Marine WWII Poster ( most people are unaware that every merchant ship had a small crew of us navy signalmen, radiomen and gunnersmates - my dad was one of them)

The American Way ~ Merchant Marine WWII Poster (most people are unaware that every merchant ship had a small crew of us navy signalmen, radiomen and gunnersmates)

Wallpaper Murals, Wall Murals, Wall Paintings, Murals

File name: 07_01_000074  Title: Weapons for liberty. U.S.A. bonds    Creator/Contributor: Leyendecker, J. C. (Joseph Christian), 1874-1951 (artist)  Created/Published: American Lithographic Co, N.Y.   Date issued: 1918   Physical description: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, color  Summary: Image of two young men. One is dressed in the garb of the Boy Scouts of America holding a sword inscribed "Be prepared." The other is dressed in an American flag, wearing a Statue of Liberty-style…

World War I Poster: U S A Bonds Third Liberty Loan, Boy Scouts of America The artist / illustrator of this poster was the noted artist, J. Leyendecker who was also famed for his Saturday Evening Post cover illustrations.

World War 2 Propaganda style Pinup Posters by Britt Dietz, in this tribute to the WAVES! The WAVES (or Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) were a part of the US Navy and much like the WAC/SPARS counterparts very crucial to the war effort.

1942 - FDR signs act establishing WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service)

Vintage Propaganda and Ad Posters of the 1930s (Page 30)

☤ MD ☞☆☆☆ Protect her from tuberculosis: Consultation of your doctor or clinic means prevention.

"Facing the Future" WWII Red Cross propaganda 1940s - Imgur

Facing the future Uncle Sam offers training to every man disabled in the service--See that your man takes it--Ask the Red Cross /

Works Progress Administration Posters, 1935-1943

A WPA Federal Art Project poster from 1937 promoting eye examinations for children who may be having difficulty learning: 'John is not really dull - he may only need his eyes examined. Sponsored by Town of Hempstead, W. Runcie, M.

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