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King of Hearts

Fernand Léger

1881-1955

20th century

1949

1951/2.69

color lithograph on paper

rank 11.87588

genres

information artifacts

information artifacts by physical form

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

the natural world

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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 11.56383

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

objects we use

people and culture

world wars

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 11.56383

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

objects we use

people and culture

world wars

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 11.56383

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

objects we use

people and culture

world wars

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 11.56383

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

objects we use

people and culture

world wars

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 11.56383

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

objects we use

people and culture

world wars

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La Bandera de Cuba

Emilio Sanchez

A color lithograph depicting the Flag of Cuba.

b. 1921

1980

2011/2.79

color lithograph on paper

rank 11.55890

geographic and political locations

identifying artifacts

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

north and central america (continent)

objects we use

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For Your Boy - United War Work Campaign

Arthur William Brown

Canada, 1881-1966

20th century

1881-1954

1954/2.35.13A

photomechanical print on paper

rank 11.42603

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

war

world wars

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Cribbage

Sears Gallagher

1869-1955

20th century

1869-1940

1940.169

etching on paper

rank 11.36203

clothing

figures

genres

information artifacts

information artifacts by physical form

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

people and occupations

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The Denial of Peter

Schelte Adams Bolswert

ca. 1581 - 1659

17th century

circa 1610-1638

1994/2.3

engraving on medium weight, lightly textured beige laid papaer

rank 11.35527

exchange media

information artifacts

information artifacts by physical form

information forms

objects

objects we use

people and occupations

religious figures

saint

spears

swords

weaponry

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(Cribbage)

Alice Stoddard

n.d.

1940.233

etching on paper

rank 11.30758

architecture

clothing

figures

genres

information artifacts

information artifacts by physical form

information forms

objects

objects we use

people and occupations

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Healing Scroll

Artist Unknown, African, Ethopian Orthodox Ethiopia

Long narrow strip of parchment with writing in red and black pigment; image at top shows a face with large eyes in a square with eight radiating triangles (Solomon's Seal); image at bottom shows a winged figure holding a sword (archangel). Rows of eyes border the images.

19th century

19th century

1981/2.159

parchment, pigment on leather scroll

rank 11.24972

associated concepts

christianity

components

components and systems

components by specific context

information artifacts

information artifacts by physical form

information form components

information forms

layout features

objects we use

people and culture

religions

religions and religious concepts

scrolls (information artifacts)

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Les Cartes (The Game of Solitaire)

Jacques Villon

1875-1963

20th century

1903

1963/2.57

color aquatint and etching on paper

rank 11.24760

clothing

genres

information artifacts

information artifacts by physical form

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

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Eugene & Willy Strens/Felicitas 1956 (Water: No.4 of 'The Four Elements'; Water:

M.C. Escher

1898-1972

20th century

1956

1979/2.102

three-color lithograph on paper

rank 11.08927

animals and creatures

declaratory and advertising artifacts

descriptors

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

inorganic material

materials

materials by composition

objects we use

Full Record: x-1954-sl-2.35.135/1954_2.35.135.JPG

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 10.99755

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

text-based art

war

world wars

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They Give Their Lives - Do You Lend Your Savings? W.S.S. - War Savings Stamps Issued by the United States Government

Horace Devitt Welsh

1888-1942

20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.103

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.91232

architecture

armed conflicts

crosses

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

text-based art

war

world wars

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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 10.91232

armed conflicts

arms

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

how we live

illustrations

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

text-based art

war

world wars

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They Give Their Lives - Do You Lend Your Savings? W.S.S. - War Savings Stamps Issued by the United States Government

Horace Devitt Welsh

1888-1942

20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.103A

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.86451

architecture

armed conflicts

crosses

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

geography

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

text-based art

war

world wars

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Budweiser Sign, Saint Louis

Joel Meyerowitz

The Budweiser Building sign in Saint Louis during the day. An upclose shot of the sign and rooftops of other close by buildings.

born 1938

1978

2012/2.128

vintage chromogenic contact print on paper

rank 10.80702

containers

containers by form

declaratory and advertising artifacts

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

objects we use

vessels

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Baton in the form of a Hornbill Bird

Artist Unknown, African, Burkina Faso, South Gurunsi, Fara?

20th century

circa 1940

1984/2.76

carved wood

rank 10.73065

animals and creatures

descriptors

identifying artifacts

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

materials

materials by origin

objects we use

plant material

symbols of office

wood and wood products

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Eat Less, and let us be thankful that we have enough to share with those who fight for freedom - United States Food Administration

Albert Hendee

Text: Eat less, and let us be thankful that we have enough to share with those who fight for freedom - United States Food Administration

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.48

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.68747

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

descriptors

events

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

materials

materials by function

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

war

world wars

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This is what God gives us - What are you giving so that others may live? Eat less wheat, meat, fats, sugar - Send more to Europe or they will starve

Albert Hendee

Text: This is what GOD gives us - What are you going so that others may live? - Eat less - WHEAT - MEAT - FATS - SUGAR - Send more to Europe or they will Starve - United States Food Administration

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.49

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.68747

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

descriptors

events

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

materials

materials by function

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

war

world wars

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We Need You - American Red Cross

Albert Steiner

1877-1965

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.90

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.68747

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

war

world wars

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I Want You for U.S. Army - Nearest Recruiting Station

James Montgomery Flagg

1877-1960

20th century

1917

1974/2.17

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.66001

armed conflicts

clothing

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

hats

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

locality

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

people and culture

text-based art

world wars

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Kosciuszko, Pulawski fought for liberty in America, Can you help America fight for freedom in Poland? Eat less sugar, wheat, meat, fats so that we can support our brothers fighting in the allied armies

George John Illian

Text (in Polish): Kosciuszko, Pulawski [sic.] walczyli o wolnosc w Ameryce Czy ty pomozesz Ameryce walczyc o wolnosc w Polsce? Jedz Mniej Pszenicy-miesa-ttuszczy-cukru abysmy mogli pomodz maszym braciom walczactm w Amiach Alianckich - Zarzad Spozywczy Stanow Zjednoconych

1894-1932

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.52

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.62779

armed conflicts

clothing

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

feathers

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

people and culture

text-based art

war

world wars

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Keep These Off the U.S.A. - Buy More Liberty Bonds

John Warner Norton

1876-1934

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.69

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.62779

armed conflicts

blood

clothing

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

people and culture

text-based art

war

world wars

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Ships for Uncle Sam - Official United States War Film

Joseph Pennell

Text: Ships for Uncle Same - Official United States War Film - Produced by Signal Coprs. U.S.A. and Committee on Public Information

1857-1926

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.78

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.62779

architecture

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

machine

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

people and culture

text-based art

war

world wars

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On the Job for Victory - United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation

Jonas Lie

Norway, 1880-1940

20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.59

gouache-lithograph on paper

rank 10.59150

architecture

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

ships

text-based art

war

world wars

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Make Every Minute Count for Pershing - United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation

Adolph Treidler

1886-1981

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.99

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.59150

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

ships

text-based art

war

world wars

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Over There! Skilled Workers - On the ground behind the lines in the Air Service

Louis D. Fancher

Text: Over There! Skilled Workers - (stamp in box) For Information Write Or Apply To Department Aeronautical Officers No. 4 Broad Street Charleston, N.C. - On the ground behind the lines in the Air Service - (list top left to bottom right) Chauffeurs, Metal Workers, Auto Mechanics, Wood Workers, Machinists, Photographers, Carpenters, Tailors, Motorcyclists - And Men From 40 Other Trades - Skilled Workers Registered in the Draft, or Under 40 Years of Age Can Still Join the Aviation Section, Signal Corps, U.S. Army - For Instructions Write Air Personnel Division, Recruiting Section, Signal Corps, Washington, D.C.

1884-1944

20th century

1917-1918

1974/2.16

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.59150

armed conflicts

army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

military

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

soldiers

text-based art

world wars

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Over the Top For You - Buy U.S. Gov't Bonds - Third Liberty Loan

Sidney H. Reisenberg

1885-1971

20th century

circa 1918

1974/2.18

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.59150

armed conflicts

army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

locality

military

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

soldiers

text-based art

world wars

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The Hun - his Mark - Blot it Out with Liberty Bonds

James Allen St. John

1872-1957

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.94

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.55173

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

hands

how we live

human body

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

text-based art

the natural world

war

world wars

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The Hun - his Mark - Blot it Out with Liberty Bonds

James Allen St. John

1872-1957

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.94.2

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.55173

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

hands

how we live

human body

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

text-based art

the natural world

war

world wars

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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 10.53932

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people and occupations

people by gender

war

world wars

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He is Keeping the World Safe for Democracy. Enlist and Help Him

Clifford Carleton

Born 1867

20th century

circa 1916-1918

1954/2.35.16

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.50899

armed conflicts

army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

military

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

soldiers

text-based art

war

world wars

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Clear-the-Way!! Buy Bonds - Fourth Liberty Loan

Howard Chandler Christy

1873-1952

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.23

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.50899

armed conflicts

army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

geography

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

military

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

ships

soldiers

war

world wars

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Two Inspiring Cablegrams

William George Krieghoff

Text: 2 Inspiring Cablegrams - Chairman Edward N. Hurley cables: "…We want you and the boys in the trenches to know that the men in the yards are going to limit to provide in record-braking time the ships that will carry more Men, Food and Munitions to the intrepid American Expeditionary Forces." - General Pershing replies: " The launching of nearly 100 ships on the Fourth of July is the most inspiring news that has come to us. All ranks of the Army in France send their congratulations and heart-felt thanks to their patriotic brothers in the shipyards at home. No more defiant answer could be given to the enemy's challenge. With such backing we cannot fail to win. All hail, American Ship-Builders!" - United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation

1875 - 1930

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.57

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.50899

armed conflicts

army

clothing

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

medium

military

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

soldiers

war

world wars

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Over There - U.S. Navy

Albert Steiner

1877-1965

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.91

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.50899

armed conflicts

army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

military

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

ships

soldiers

war

weaponry

world wars

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The Combination that Will Win the War

Adolph Treidler

Text: The Combination that Will Win the War - Every piece of work done in this plant has a direct bearing on the outcome of the war. Our finished product goes to France. The men who face for us weariness, hardships, death, depend upon us. Our work here, fits their work over there, like a cog in a giant machine. Without our product they are helpless. With it they are invincible. They fight with what we make. We are their resource and reliance, the American workman and the American soldier, the combination that will win the war. - Issued By Ordnance Department U.S. Army

1886-1981

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.98

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.50899

armed conflicts

army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

military

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

soldiers

text-based art

war

world wars

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Enlist - On Which Side of the Window Are You?

Laura Brey

20th century

1917

1974/2.14

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.50899

architecture

armed conflicts

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

man

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

political and social issues

text-based art

world wars

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Large Scale Projects

Claes Oldenburg

A book about the Large Scale Projets by Claes Oldenburg. On the cover is a large scale sculpture of a feathered shuttlecock.

American, born Sweden, 1929

1995

2011/1.84

book

rank 10.48066

components and systems

information artifacts

information artifacts by physical form

information forms

object groupings and systems

objects we use

visual works

visual works by medium or technique

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And They Thought We Couldn't Fight - Victory Liberty Loan

Victor Clyde Forsythe

born 1885

20th century

circa 1917-1919

1954/2.35.41

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.46371

armed conflicts

army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

fighting

figures

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

military

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

soldiers

text-based art

war

world wars

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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 10.46371

animals

armed conflicts

birds

business and industry

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

stars

text-based art

the natural world

war

world wars

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Tired of Giving? You Don't Know What it is to Be Tired! - Connecticut State Council of Defense

Jay Norwood Darling

Text: Tired of Giving? You don't know what it is to be Tired! - Courtesy of New York Tribune - Issued by Connecticut State Council of Defense

1876-1962

20th century

circa 1917-1919

1954/2.35.30

lithograph on paper

rank 10.41628

architecture

armed conflicts

crosses

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

family

figures

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

relationships

text-based art

war

workers

world wars

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Together We Win

James Montgomery Flagg

Together We Win - United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation

1877-1960

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.38

color lithography on paper

rank 10.41628

architecture

armed conflicts

army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

geography

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

military

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

organizations

people and culture

people and occupations

text-based art

war

world wars

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Beat Back the Hun with Liberty Bonds

Frederick Strothmann

1879-1958

20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.95

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.41628

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Two Women Hold Signs at Women's Rights Demonstration, New York City, USA

Leonard Freed

Two women holding signs at a protest march. They are talking together on the side of a street.

1972; printed later

2014/2.333

gelatin silver print on paper

rank 10.40029

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information artifacts

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people

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Force

Craig Hickman

A sign that reads "Force" by railroad tracks.

2013

2014/2.115

archival inkjet print on paper

rank 10.38293

components

components and systems

components by specific context

declaratory and advertising artifacts

information artifacts

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Untitled

Carl Weese

A sign in a landscape. The sign reads "Pike Closed God Bless America" surrounded by an uneven black border.

b. 1949

2001; printed 2010

2014/2.121

toned black and white photograph on paper

rank 10.38293

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components and systems

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Teamwork Builds Ships - United States Shipping Board - Emergency Fleet Corporation

William Dodge Stevens

1870-1942

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.92

color lithograph on paper

rank 10.35772

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