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Full Record: x-1970-sl-2.36/1970_2.36.JPG

St. Benedict Receiving Totila

Giovanni Battista Marcola

c.1711-1780

18th century

circa 1711-1780

1970/2.36

pen and black ink with gray wash, heightened with white, on brown paper

rank 7.46442

army

figures

military

people and occupations

soldiers

Full Record: x-1988-sl-1.107/1988_1.107.JPG

Suihalese Marshal and Women, Ceylon

A.W. Grigson

19th century

19th century

1988/1.107

albumen print on paper

rank 7.46442

army

locality

military

people and occupations

soldiers

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Soldier

F. Perri

20th century

n.d.

1943.106

lithograph

rank 7.38498

army

how we live

military

organizations

people and occupations

soldiers

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Guerre Civile

Édouard Manet

1832-1883

19th century

1871

1961/2.20

lithograph on laid China paper

rank 7.30721

army

how we live

military

people and occupations

rites of passage

soldiers

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Bookplate: N.Y. Society Library

Peter Maverick

1755-1811

18th-19th century

1755-1811

1969/2.134

engraving on paper

rank 7.30721

army

military

objects

people and occupations

religion

religions

soldiers

Full Record: x-1969-sl-2.170/1969_2.170.JPG

The General

Enrico Baj

1924-2003

20th century

1961

1969/2.170

oil and mixed media on canvas

rank 7.30721

army

military

modern and contemporary art

people and occupations

soldiers

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Reclining Soldier

Frede Vidar

1911-1967

20th century

1944

1980/2.231

ink and crayon on paper

rank 7.30721

army

military

modern and contemporary art

people and occupations

soldiers

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Soldier

Alphonse-Marie-Adolphe Neuville

1835-1885

19th century

circa 1855-1885

1985/1.194

oil on canvas mounted on board

rank 7.30721

architecture

army

military

objects

people and occupations

soldiers

weaponry

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What a Soldier!, from"Los Proverbios" (also known as "Los Disparates")

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes

1746-1828

19th Century

1877

1990/2.5

etching and brushed aquatint on paper

rank 7.30721

army

military

objects

people and occupations

soldiers

swords

weaponry

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Mucius Scaevola

Monogrammist FG

2nd Third of 16th C.

16th century

1537

1960/2.37

engraving on paper

rank 7.23105

army

men

military

objects

people and occupations

soldiers

swords

weaponry

Full Record: x-1964-sl-2.133/1964_2.133.JPG

Les bucoliques de Virgile: (Warrior and Victim), one of a series of 25, Editions

Hans Erni

Born 1909

20th century

1960

1964/2.133

etching on paper

rank 7.23105

army

figures

military

modern and contemporary art

people and occupations

soldiers

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The Advance on Jerusalem -- Wadi Ali (Second Palestine Set, No. 4)

James McBey

1883-1959

20th century

1920

1949/1.76

etching on paper

rank 7.15647

army

geography

military

modern and contemporary art

mountains

people and occupations

soldiers

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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 7.01183

army

figures

how we live

military

people and occupations

posters

soldiers

text-based art

war

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A Soldier Killing a Naked Man

Hieronymous Hopfer

(Augsburg, ca. 1500 - 1563(?), Nuremberg)

16th century

1530

1983/1.376

etching on paper

rank 7.01183

army

how we live

military

objects

people and occupations

rites of passage

soldiers

standing

swords

weaponry

Full Record: x-1954-sl-2.35.80/1954_2.35.80.JPG

Hun or Home? Buy More Liberty Bonds

Henry Raleigh

(active 1880 - 1945)

circa 1918

1954/2.35.80

color lithograph on paper

rank 6.94169

army

family

how we live

military

people and occupations

posters

relationships

soldiers

text-based art

war

Full Record: x-1954-sl-2.35.72/1954_2.35.72.JPG

Help Deliver the Goods - Do It Now

Herbert Andrew Paus

Text: Help Deliever the Goods - DO IT NOW - (tag on warheads) To be Delivered RUSH

1880-1946

circa 1918

1954/2.35.72

color lithograph on paper

rank 6.87293

army

geography

how we live

military

objects

people and occupations

posters

ships

soldiers

text-based art

war

Full Record: x-1954-sl-2.35.117/1954_2.35.117.JPG

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 6.87293

army

how we live

military

objects

people and occupations

posters

soldiers

text-based art

trains

transportation

war

Full Record: x-1970-sl-2.88/1970_2.88.JPG

A Scene from 'La Gerusalemme Liberata:' Tancred and Clorinda

Laurent de La Hyre

1606-1656

17th century

before 1630

1970/2.88

black and white chalk on brown paper, laid down

rank 6.87293

army

family

how we live

la gerusalemme liberata

military

objects

people and occupations

relationships

soldiers

swords

weaponry

Full Record: x-1954-sl-2.35.125/1954_2.35.125.JPG

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 6.80552

army

how we live

military

people and occupations

photographs

posters

soldiers

text-based art

the natural world

war

waterscapes

Full Record: x-1954-sl-2.35.43/1954_2.35.43.JPG

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 6.67459

architecture

army

fighting

figures

how we live

military

objects

people and occupations

posters

rites of passage

soldiers

text-based art

war

Full Record: x-1954-sl-2.35.60/1954_2.35.60.JPG

If You Can't Go Across with a Gun, Come Across with Your Part of the Red Cross War Fund

C. Love

circa 1917

1954/2.35.60

color lithograph on paper

rank 6.36829

americas

army

child

how we live

locality

military

new york

north & central america

people and occupations

posters

soldiers

text-based art

united states

war

workers

Full Record: x-1954-sl-2.35.121/1954_2.35.121.JPG

Oh, boy! That's the Girl! The Salvation Army Lassie - Keep Her on the Job - United War Work Campaign - Nov. 11th-18th 1918

George Mather Richards

1880-1958

Early 20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.121

color lithograph on paper

rank 6.27007

army

atmospheric effects

descriptors

figures

how we live

materials

materials by function

military

people and occupations

posters

seasons

soldiers

text-based art

the natural world

war

Full Record: x-1964-sl-1.124/1964_1.124.JPG

The General

Jack Levine

born 1915

20th century

1915-1964

1964/1.124

aquatint and etching on paper

rank 5.98410

image form

army

figures

man

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and occupations

soldiers

visual works

visual works by form

Full Record: x-1964-sl-2.105/1964_2.105.JPG

Sleeping Soldier

Ludwig Herthel

Born 1887

20th century

1915

1964/2.105

ink on cream paper

rank 5.98410

army

figures

military

modern and contemporary art

people and culture

people and occupations

physical activities

physical activities by general context

soldiers

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Soldatengrab zwischen den Linien (Soldier's Grave between the Lines), from "Der Krieg"

Otto Dix

1891 - 1969

20th century

1924

1948/1.100

etching, drypoint and aquatint on paper

rank 5.58057

army

buildings and the land

funerary structures

military

modern and contemporary art

movement

people and occupations

single built works

single built works by function

single built works by specific type

soldiers

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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 5.44108

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 5.44108

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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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 5.39869

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 5.39869

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 5.39869

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 5.39869

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 5.39869

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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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 5.37543

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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Beat Back the Hun with Liberty Bonds

Frederick Strothmann

1879-1958

20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.95

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.35106

armed conflicts

army

blood

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

faces

geography

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

Full Record: x-1954-sl-2.35.42/1954_2.35.42.JPG

Sugar Means Ships - The Consumption of Sugar Sweetened Drinks Must be Reduced.

Ernest Fuhr

Text: Sugar Means Ships - The Consumption of Sugar Sweetened Drinks Muse be Reduced. For your beverages 400million lbs. of sugar were imported in Ships last year. Every Ship is needed to carry soldiers and supplies now. - (upper left seal) United States Food Administration - (ships labled) Sugar - (top left cloud) WAR HURRY!

1874-1933

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.42

lithograph on paper

rank 5.29964

armed conflicts

army

clothing

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

geography

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

locality

medium

military

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

ships

smoke

soldiers

war

world wars

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Un blessé léger

André Albert Marie Dunoyer de Segonzac

1884 - 1974

20th century

1915

2000/2.280

graphite on paper

rank 5.29884

army

figures

furnishings

furnishings by form or function

furniture

furniture by form or function

military

objects we use

people and occupations

seating furniture

single seating furniture

sketches

soldiers

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Nothing Stops These Men - Let Nothing Stop You - United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation

Howard Giles

1876-1955

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.45

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.27509

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

soldiers

text-based art

war

world wars

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"Hey Fellows!" Your Money Brings the Books We Need When We Want It - American Library Association, United War Work Campaign, Week of November 11, 1918

John E. Sheridan

1880-1948

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.85

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.27509

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

soldiers

text-based art

war

world wars

Full Record: x-1954-sl-2.35.124/1954_2.35.124.JPG

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 5.27287

armed conflicts

army

cityscapes

declaratory and advertising artifacts

europe

events

figures

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

locality

military

modern and contemporary art

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

photographs

soldiers

streets

text-based art

war

world wars

Full Record: x-1954-sl-2.35.70/1954_2.35.70.JPG

For Home and Country - Victory Liberty Loan

Alfred Everitt Orr

b. 1886

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.70

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.25630

armed conflicts

army

child

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

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

soldiers

text-based art

war

women

world wars

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Y.M.C.A. United War Work Campaign - Pershing

Samuel Johnson Woolf

Text: YMCA - Cabled From France August 21st, 1918 - "A sense of obligation for the varied and useful service rendered to the army in France by the Y.M.C.A. prompts me to join in the appeal for its further financial support. I have opportunity to observe its operations, measure the quality of its personnel and mark its beneficial influence upon our troops, and I wish unreservedly to commend its work for the Army." - Pershing - United War Work Campaign - November 11-18, 1918

1880 - 1948

20th century

November 11, 1918 - November 18, 1918

1954/2.35.107

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.25630

armed conflicts

army

clothing

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

soldiers

text-based art

war

world wars

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Workers, Lend Your Strength to the Red Triangle - Help the "Y" Hlpe the Fighters Fight - United War Work Campaign - November 11 to 18

Gil [Arthur Prince] Spear

1879-1959

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.89

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.23615

armed conflicts

arms

army

clothing

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

soldiers

text-based art

war

world wars

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Workers, Lend Your Strength to the Red Triangle - Help the "Y" Hlpe the Fighters Fight - United War Work Campaign - November 11 to 18

Gil [Arthur Prince] Spear

1879-1959

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.89A

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.23615

armed conflicts

arms

army

clothing

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

soldiers

text-based art

war

world wars

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Follow the Flag - Enlist in the Navy - U.S. Navy Recruiting Station

James Daugherty

1887-1974

20th century

1917

1954/2.35.29

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.21482

armed conflicts

armed forces

army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

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

ships

soldiers

text-based art

war

world wars

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Soldiers-Sailors and Women Guests - Welcome to the Y.W.C.A. Hostess House - "A bit of Home Within the Camps"

Walter Tittle

Born 1883

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.96

lithograph on paper

rank 5.16926

armed conflicts

army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

genres

hands

how we live

human body

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

the natural world

war

world wars

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Gee! I Wish I Were a Man - I'd Join the Navy, Naval Reserve, or Coast Guard

Howard Chandler Christy

1873-1952

20th century

1918

1954/2.35.20

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.13177

armed conflicts

armed forces

army

costumes

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

organizations

people

people (agents)

people and culture

people and occupations

people by activity

people by gender

soldiers

war

world wars

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Don't Let Up - Keep on Saving Food - United States Food Administration

Francis Louis Mora

1874 - 1940

20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.67

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.12606

armed conflicts

army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

descriptors

events

figures

how we live

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

materials

materials by function

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 in the Navy

Louis Raemaekers

Text: Enlist in the Navy - (fascimile script below) Americans! Stand by Uncle Sam for Liberty against Tyranny! Theodore Roosevelt - (text on cross in image ) Slavery Barbarism

1869-1956

20th century

circa 1917

1954/2.35.81

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.12606

armed conflicts

armed forces

army

crosses

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

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military

modern and contemporary art

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organizations

people and culture

people and occupations

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royalty

soldiers

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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 5.10841

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army

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

how we live

human body

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

military

modern and contemporary art

objects

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people and occupations

soldiers

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Have You Answered The Red Cross Christmas Roll Call?

Harrison Fisher

1875-1934

20th century

circa 1918

1954/2.35.35

color lithograph on paper

rank 5.06965

armed conflicts

army

clothing

crosses

declaratory and advertising artifacts

events

figures

how we live

human body

information artifacts

information artifacts by function

information forms

military

modern and contemporary art

objects

objects we use

people and culture

people and occupations

soldiers

text-based art

the natural world

war

world wars