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Buy Bonds Third Liberty Loan

Anonymous

1995/2.15

photomechanical print on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Buy Bonds Third Liberty Loan

Anonymous

Text: Buy Bonds Third Liberty Loan - Moisten and Apply To Glass - Water Will Easily Remove It

20th century

circa 1917

1995/2.17

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Buy Bonds Third Liberty Loan (five works)

Anonymous

20th century

circa 1917

1995/2.16.1-5

photomechanical print on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Strike Now! He's Fighting For You - Buy Liberty Bonds

Artist Unknown

Text: Strike Now! He's Fighting for You - Buy Libert Bonds - Designed, Printed and Donated by Robert Gair Co. Brooklyn, N.Y.

1918

1954/2.35.43

lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Your War Savings Pledge - Our Boys Make Good Their Pledge - Are You Keeping Yours?

Artist Unknown

Early 20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.110

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Is There A Red Cross Service Flag in Your Home? A Heart and a Dollar Are All You Need - Join the Red Cross

Artist Unknown

Early 20th century

1917

1954/2.35.111

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Teufel Hunden - German Nickname for U.S. Marines - Devil Dog Recruiting Station, Eighth & Main Streets

Artist Unknown

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.112

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Remember the Girl Behind the Man Behind the Gun - Y.W.C.A. - War Work Council

Artist Unknown

Text: Remember the Girl Behind the Man Behind the Gun - United War Work Campaign - Nove. 11-18, 1918 $170,500,000 - Y.W.C.A. - War Work Council

Early 20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.113

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Build a Silo - Save the Corn - State Council of Defense of Illinois

Artist Unknown

Text: Build a Silo - Save the Corn - The Feed Value of 100 Tons of Silage, Over and Above that Saved by Ordinary Harvesting, is Sufficient to Make Food to Supply 2400 American Soldiers For One Day - Food Production and Conservation Committee - State Council of Defense of Illinois

circa 1918

1954/2.35.114

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Buy Liberty Bonds

Artist Unknown

Text: Buy Liberty Bonds - "That Government of the People, By the People, For the People Shall Not Perish From the Earth" - A. Lincoln

Early 20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.115

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Keep 'Em Going!

Artist Unknown

Text: Keep 'em Going! - "Every Bad order Locomotive is a Prussian soldier. Every live Locomotive is an American soldier. Let us get on top of the Prussian Locomotives and make American soldiers out of them"W. G. McAdoo - Director General of Railroads

Early 20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.117

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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My Daddy Bought Me A Government Bond of the Third Liberty Loan - Did Yours?

Artist Unknown

20th century

circa 1917-1919

1954/2.35.119

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Are You Working with Schwab? Emergency Fleet Corporation

Artist Unknown

Text: Are You Working with Schwab? - Charles M. Schwab - Director General of the Emergency Fleet Corporation - says - "I want everyone in the yards to understand that when we succeed in building these ships, the credit will belong to the men who actually built them. - "I want all the men in the shipyards to feel that they are working with me, not for me." - Issued by Publications Section, Emergency Fleet Corporation, Philadelphia.

Early 20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.122

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Farmers! Housewives! Children! - The President of the United States Appeals to You Personally - United States Department of Agriculture

Artist Unknown

Text Excerpt: Farmers! Housewives! Children! - The President of the United States Appeals to You Personally - These extracts from the address of President Wilson should be read carefully by every one who produces or can produce food and by all who consume food: - MY FELLOW COUTRYMEN: The entrance of our own beloved country into the grim and terrible war for democracy and human rights which has shaken the world creates so many problems of natural life and action which call for immediate consideration and settlement that I hope you will permit me to address to you a few words of earnest counsel and appeal with regard to them. … (headers) Abundant Food Supplies Essential … Make Sure of Large Harvests … To Young Men and Boys … To the Farmers of the South … The Government to Cooperate … To the Middlemen .. To Every Household - The supreme test of the nation has come. We must all speak, act, and serve together! - Woodrow Wilson (signed) [Text Excerpted from the "Message to the American People" on April 15, 1917]

Early 20th century

circa 1917-1919

1954/2.35.123

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Fighting in France for Freedom! Are You Helping at Home? - Connecticut State Council of Defense

Artist Unknown

Text: Fighting in France for Freedom!--Are YOU Helping at Home? - Wild and enthusiastic times marked the victory day's celebration all over the country. Every city vied in having celebrations on Monday when hostilities ceased and it was one joyful day in every place in the United States. New York was a pandemonium of joy and everybody knows they celebrate with a vengeance. Photograph shows one instance of the crowds which Mayor Hyland addressed. - THE TRAILS OF "OUR BOYS" WON'T CEASE WITH PEACE. - When the fighting ends, American soldiers will have to be kept in France a long time. Without the excitement of battle they'll be more homesick and restless than ever before. An that's why every man and every woman must contribute to the United War Work Fund. - IS ANYTHING TOO MUCH?

20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.124

halftone on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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New Consecration is the Duty of the Living (photo)

Artist Unknown

Text: New Consecration is the Duty of the Living so that Our Dead Shall Not Have Died in Vain - (center) "To such a task (Victory over German Autocracy and all it represents) we can dedicate our lives and our fortunes, everything that we are and everything that we have, with the pride of those who know that the day has come when America is privileged to shed her blood and her treasure for the principles that gave her birth and happiness and the peace which she has treasured. God helping her, she can do no other." - Woodrow Wilson - (left panel heading) Al Soldier's Farewell - Written on the Even of his Departure … - (right panel heading) A Mother's Comfort - Words of Plato Console Now Whose Son Fell in Battle … - (bottom) "You ask me when peace will come. We went into this war for a great and worthy object. Peace will come when that object has been attained. Before God I hope it may not come until that time." - Abraham Lincoln In Darkest Days of Civil War - Issued by Connecticut State Council of Defense

Early 20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.125

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Raise More Poultry - On Farms and Back Yards - U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry

Artist Unknown

Text Excerpt: RAISE MORE POULTRY - Our meat supply is short and more poultry will help solve the problem. More poultry means more eggs and poultry meat means a greater food supply. Poultry can be raised at a lower cost and brought to maturity quicker than any other kind of live stock. - On Farms and Back Yards …. More Eggs and Poultry Will Save Beef and Pork - For published information and individual advice on poultry raising write to your County Agent, State Agricultural College, or to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry, Washington, D.C.

Early 20th century

circa 1917-1919

1954/2.35.126

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Remember the Boys in France!--Write Them Often - Connecticut State Council of Defense

Artist Unknown

Text: REMEMBER THE BOYS IN FRANCE!--WRITE THEM OFTEN - Charlie Brickley Kicks a Goal into J.P. Morgan's Office on Wall Street New York and then Talks for the Fund. New York has adopted spectacular methods for drawing crowds to listen to spell-binders who urge the people to give generously to the War Work Campaign. Photo shows Charles Brickley, former Harvard half back, drop kicking the pigskin over the heads of thousands on Wall Street, thousands of dollars were subscribed. - The U.S. Government and Connecticut State Council of Defense Ask You to Help the Nation by Wise Christmas Shopping - 1. Buy useful articles 2. Pay cash for them 3. Shop early 4. Ship gifts early 5. Shop gifts in small space 6. Deliver gifts yourself when possible - Remember That Liberty Bonds and W.S.S. Make Ideal Presents

Early 20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.127

halftone on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Remember the Boys in France!--Write Them Often - Connecticut State Council of Defense

Artist Unknown

Text: REMEMBER THE BOYS IN FRANCE!--WRITE THEM OFTEN - Armistice Results in a Reduction of $1,180,315,000 in Naval Estimates for 1920 Secretary Daniels Reports. However no reduction is made in the estimate of $600,000,000 for a second three years building program of 156 ships including ten super dreadnoughts, six battle cruisers and 140 smaller warships. Photo [signed E. Muller] shows the Minnesota and when the program is carried out the U.S. Navy will be the second largest in the world. - Solf Wants To Separate The Allies; His Whining Notes Must'nt [sic.] Fool You - Germany's recent appeals for mercy were directed at certain sentimental and misguided Americans. Their purpose was to make the Allies wrangle and so allow Germany easy peace terms. Then Germany would be strong enough in a few years to start another war. - We Must Fight This Latest Hun Propaganda

Early 20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.128

halftone on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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The Spirit of War Camp Community Service - A Club Dinner - United War Work Campaign

Artist Unknown

Text: (photo caption) A Club Dinner - The Spirit of War Camp Community Service - United War Work Campaign - 4C

Early 20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.129

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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What the Navy is Doing - Bombs for the Boches

Artist Unknown

Text: WHAT THE NAVY IS DOING - BOMBS FOR THE BOCHES - Here you see the Hun and how he is "strafed". Here you see the lead of depth bombs and what happens when they explode. Our Navy is on the job and Admiral Sir Lewis Bayly [British Royal Navy], under whose command a number of our destroyers operate, said: "I want to express my deep gratitude to the U.S. Officers and ratings for the skill, energy and unfailing good nature which they have constantly shown qualities that have materially assisted the war by enabling the ships of the Allied Powers to cross the ocean in comparative freedom." - THE NAVY PROMOTES MEN OF ABILITY. A CHANCE FOR YOU.

Early 20th century

circa 1917-1919

1954/2.35.130

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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America's Food Pledge, 20 Million Tons - United States Food Administration

Artist Unknown

Text: America's food pledge, 20 million tons - we have promised to feed the hungry millions of Europe--the Allies and liberated nations - Save food - two-thirds more than last year from stocks no larger - United States Food Administration

Early 20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.131

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Are You 100% American? Prove it! Buy U.S. Government Bonds - Third Liberty Loan

Artist Unknown

circa 1917

1954/2.35.132

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Don't Stop Saving Food - United States Food Administration

Artist Unknown

Early 20th century

circa 1917-1919

1954/2.35.133

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Enrolls for National Service - Members

Artist Unknown

Text: Enrolls for National Service - Members - Instructions For Use - To the Principal or Teacher: Have the school children draw in the name of the school at the top of the poster after careful lettering under your direction. Exhibit the poster at the Lincoln's Birthday Exercise, and hang it in a prominent place during the enrollment period which ends on Washington's Birthday. At Washington's Birthday Exercise let some of the children, as part of the ceremony, paste in figures representing the number of children enrolled above the word Members.

Early 20th century

circa 1919

1954/2.35.134

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Farm Labor - Act Now! - Illinois State Council of Defense

Artist Unknown

Text: FARM LABOR - Do You Want a Farm Hand? Do You Want Work on Farm? Phone or see at once your County Farm Labor Administrator, ACT NOW! - (stamp inset) Roy C. Bishop State Farm Labor Administrator State Council of Defense 120 W. Adams St. Chicago, ILL - or communicate with Roy C. Bishop, Farm Labor Administrator, State Council of Defense, 120 W. Adams Street, Chicago, Illinois. - The State Council of Defense, co-operating with Federal and State Employment Agencies, has organized a Farm Labor Administration. - A Farm Labor Administrator, with a clearing office, has been established in your county to serve you. - We are doing everything possible to secure men and jobs. - FARMERS, register for help at once - WORKERS, serve your country by working on a farm. See your County Farm Labor Administrator. - STATE COUNCIL OF DEFENSE - Food Production and Conservation Committee - Farm Labor Administration - (left to right) J.W. Kirkton, Pontiac; Peter Fleming, Chicago; Burridge B. Butler, Chicago; J.G. Imboden, Decatur; Charles J. Boyd, Chicago; W.H. Young, Urbana; Frank I Mann, Gilman; Charles A. Monroe, Chicago; James G. Boor, Chicago; J.P. Mason, Eglin; E.K. Moy, Chicago - Roy C. Bishop, Far, Labor Administrator

20th century

1914-1919

1954/2.35.135

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Give a Minute to God in a Silent Prayer At Noon - For Victory

Artist Unknown

Text: Give a Minute to God in Silent Prayer at Noon - For those who fight and serve "over there" and "over here" - For Victory

Early 20th century

circa 1917-1919

1954/2.35.136

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Help Our Town Win This Flag - 4th Liberty Loan

Artist Unknown

Text: Help Our Town Win This Flag - REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. - Honor Flag - 4th Liberty Loan - Honor Roll of Subscribers

Early 20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.137

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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It Takes Both to Win the War - Be A True American!

Artist Unknown

Text: It Takes Both to Win the War - A 100% efficient soldier must have 100% efficient workers behind him in the mills, mines, and factories, to save the world for humanity and bring victory to our Flag. - Uncle Sam will find the men and train them to fight. You are making goods for them. Quick deliveries and best workmanship are vital to their success. - Be a true American! - COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE, Washington, D.C.

Early 20th century

circa 1917-1919

1954/2.35.138

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Join Red Cross - All You Need is a Heart and a Dollar - Red Cross

Artist Unknown

Early 20th century

circa 1917-1919

1954/2.35.139

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Mine More Coal - United States Fuel Administration - Stand by the boys in the trenches!

Artist Unknown

Text: Mine More Coal - United States Fuel Administration - Stand by the boys in the trenches! - (Italian) Sostenete i soldati nelle trincee! Estraete Sempre Piu' Carbone! - (Croatian) Pomogni nasoj mladosti u rovovima! Kopaj Vise Ugljevlja! - (Slovenian) Podpiraj vojake v strelnih jarkih! Koplji Vec Premoga! - (Polish) Wspomagajcie wiernie tych ktorzy sa na linii bojowej! Starajcie Sie Powiekszyc Produkcje Wegla! - (Hungarian) Segitse a fiukat a lövészarokban! Aknázzon Több Szenet! - (German) Unterstuetzt die Jungen in den Schuetzengraeben! Foerdert Mehr Kohle!

20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.140

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Mine More Coal - President Wilson demands coal to win the war

Artist Unknown

Text: Mine More Coal - President Wilson Demands Coal To Win The War - "The existing scarcity of coal is creating a grave danger-in fact the most serious which confronts us-and calls for prompt and vigorous action on the part of both operators and miners. … - "The only worker who deserves the condemnation of his community is the one who fails to give his best in this crisis; not the one who accepts deferred classification and works regularly and diligently to increase the coal output. - "A great task is to be performed. - "The operators and their staffs alone can not do it; but both parties, working hand in hand with a grim determination to rid the country of its greatest obstacle to winning the war, can do it. - "It is with full confidence that I call upon you to assume the burden of producing an ample supply of coal." - Woodrow Wilson. - United States Fuel Administration

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.141

lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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A Proclamation by the President to the People (text only)

Artist Unknown

Early 20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.143

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Read These Facts About Your American Red Cross - It Is Working For Your Army-Your Navy-Your Allies-And You

Artist Unknown

Text: Read These Facts About Your American Red Cross - Its Purpose - To Care for our Soldiers and Sailors wherever and whenever that care may be needed - To Shorten the War by alleviating the suffering and strengthening the moral of our allies. - To Lay Foundations for an Enduring Peace by extending to our allies a message of practical relief and sympathy; carrying to them an expression of the finest side of American character. - An all American, largely volunteer organization-authorized by Congress, headed by President Wilson, its accounts audited by the War Department, enthusiastically endorsed by General Pershing - It Is Working For Your Army-Your Navy-Your Allies-and YOU

Early 20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.144

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Support Skip-Stop - More coal means more steel for guns and ammunition

Artist Unknown

Support Skip-Stop - More coal means more steel for guns and ammunition - a shorter war and Fewer Casualties - United States Fuel Administration

circa 1918-1919

1954/2.35.147

lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Think What You Can Afford to Give - Then Double It - Red Cross War Fund

Artist Unknown

Text: Think what you can afford to give - then double it - A life may depend on it - you you dare do less? - All of the Red Cross War Fund goes to War Relief

Early 20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.148

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Thrift and Economy - Council of National Defense

Artist Unknown

Text: Thrift and Economy - The Council of National Defense and the Advisory Commission to the Council, believe that a concerted effort for economy by the people of the Nation will not only go far toward paying America's expenses in the war, but will also reduce consumption of raw and manufactured materials essential to the conduct of the war. - The Council urges all to refrain from unnecessary expenditure of every kind, and to bear constantly in mind that only one thing is now of real importance, and that is winning the war. - The Nation's resources in manpower, money, transportation, foodstuffs, raw materials, and fuel, have already been subjected to heavy strain, and it is the clear duty of every citizen to guard against increasing this strain by a single wasteful act. - It is most creditable for everyone--man and woman, boy and girl--to be economical in dress, food, and manner of living. Every evidence of helpful self-denial on the part of all in a time like this is most commendable. - This war is more than a conflict between armies; it is a contest in which every man, woman, and child can and should render assistance. Thrift and economy is not only a patriotic privilege; it is a duty. - Council of National Defense: The Secretary of War, Chairman; The Secretary of Navy; The Secretary of Interior; The Secretary of Agriculture; The Secretary of Commerce; The Secretary of Labor - Advisory Commission of the COuncil of National Defense (signatures below) - One cent saved each day by every person in the United States means $1,00,000 per day - One lump of sugar saved each day by every person in the United States means 2,000,000 pounds per day

Early 20th century

n.d.

1954/2.35.149

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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United We Serve - United War Work Campaign

Artist Unknown

Text: UNITED WE SERVE - Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A. - National Catholic War Council-K.of C. - Jewish Welfare Board - War Camp Community Service - American Library Association - Salvation army - United War Work Campaign - $170,500,000.

Early 20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.150

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Wear Your Fourth Liberty Loan Honor Button - 4th Liberty Loan Bonds

Artist Unknown

Early 20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.151

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

Ring me again Third Liberty Loan

Artist Unknown

Text: Ring Me Again - (in center cut out) Push Over Door Knob - Third Liberty Loan - Buy U.S. Government Bonds

20th century

circa 1917

1995/2.18

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

Ring me again Third Liberty Loan

Artist Unknown

Text: Ring Me Again - (in center cut out) Push Over Door Knob - Third Liberty Loan - Buy U.S. Government Bonds

20th century

circa 1917

1995/2.19

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

Ring me again Third Liberty Loan

Artist Unknown

Text: Ring Me Again - (in center cut out) Push Over Door Knob - Third Liberty Loan - Buy U.S. Government Bonds

20th century

circa 1917

1995/2.20

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

Ring me again Third Liberty Loan

Artist Unknown

Text: Ring Me Again - (in center cut out) Push Over Door Knob - Third Liberty Loan - Buy U.S. Government Bonds

20th century

circa 1917

1995/2.21

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Join the Navy, the Service for Fighting Men

Richard Babcock

1887-1954

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.1

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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For Every Fighter A Woman Worker Y.W.C.A - Back Our Second Line of Defense - United War Work Campaign

Ernest Baker

1889-1975

20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.2

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Wanted 25,000 Student Nurses, U.S. Student Nurse Reserve

Milton Herbert Bancroft

1867-1947

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.3

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Enlist in the Navy - To Arms - U.S. Navy Recruiting Station

Milton Herbert Bancroft

1867-1947

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.4

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Sure! We'll Finish the Job - Victory Liberty Loan

Gerrit A. Beneker

1882-1934

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.5

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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The Past is Behind Us, The Future is Ahead. Let Us All Strive to Make the Future Better and Brighter than the Past Ever Was.

Gerrit A. Beneker

1882-1934

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.6

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons

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Red Cross Christmas Roll Call December 16th to 23rd

Edwin Howland Blashfield

Text: December 16th to 23rd - Where Columbia Sets Her Name Ley Every One Of You Follow Her - Red Cross Christmas Roll Call

1848-1936

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.7

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.99265

Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons