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Name Victory Liberty Loan

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Image of 1920.1.57a - Poster

1920.1.57a - Poster

Country of Origin: United States Title: They Kept the Sea Lanes Open Artist: L.A. Shafer, signed Date: 1919 Size: 29 1/8 x 39 inches (74 x 99.1 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 6-C Medium: Lithograph American Poster - Victory Loan Inscription: They kept the / sea lanes / open / Invest in the Victory Liberty Loan

Image of 1920.1.58b - Poster

1920.1.58b - Poster

Country of Origin: United States Title: Sure! We'll Finish the Job Artist: Gerritt A. Beneker, signed and dated (1918) Date: 1919 Size: 37 13/16 x 25 13/16 inches (96.1 x 65.6 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 1-C Medium: Lithograph American Poster - Victory Loan Inscription: Sure! / We'll / Finish / the Job / VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN

Image of 1984.175.16 - Card, Documentary

1984.175.16 - Card, Documentary

Advertising Card for Victory Bond

Image of 1986.203.48 - Poster

1986.203.48 - Poster

Country of Origin: United States Title: For Home and Country Artist: Alfred Everitt Orr, signed and Dated Date: 1918 Size: 30 x 20 inches, (50.6 x 75.7 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 2-C Medium: Lithograph American Poster - Victory Loan Inscription: For Home and Country / VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN

Image of 2005.98.381 - Poster

2005.98.381 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Buy Another Join the YD Artist: Date: 1918 Size: 64 x 50 cm. Issuing Agency: Medium: Inscription: Victory Liberty Loan [YD stands for Yankee Division (26th Infantry Division)]

Image of 2007.207.25 - Poster

2007.207.25 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Buy and Buy for Bye and Bye Artist: Gordon Grant Date: 1919 Size: 11 x 14 inches Issuing Agency: Morale Branch, Army General Staff Medium: Lithograph American Poster - Victory Loan Inscription: Service Series, Victory Loan, No. 1 / Buy and Buy for Bye and Bye / 5th / Liberty / Loan / Say, old Sonny Boy, / Hindenburg had / nothing on that Dotted Line - did he?

Image of 2007.207.26 - Poster

2007.207.26 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Three Wise Men Artist: Gordon Grant Date: 1919 Size: 11 x 14 inches Issuing Agency: Morale Branch, Army General Staff Medium: Lithograph American Poster - Victory Loan Inscription: Service Series, Victory Loan, No. 2 / Three Wise Men / Oh, the Huns we fought, and the BONDS we bought, / The LESSON we taught, and the PEACE we brought. / If anyone here didn't do as we ought / There's time to catch up if he'll do it. / The BATTLE is won and the HUN is knocked out, / But some VICTORY BONDS are still floating about. / So, Buddy, come on, be a FAR-SIGHTED SCOUT, / and GO TO IT.

Image of 2015.162.4 - Letter

2015.162.4 - Letter

Cataloging of individual letters in process Letters written and received by Corporal Reid Disman Fields See container list for individual letter transcription/cataloging 264 letters total encompassing correspondence from training camps, France, Army of Occupation (Germany) and the homefront (Chicago, Illinois) From the service of Corporal Reid Disman Fields, Ordnance Detachment, 13th Field Artillery, AEF.

Image of 1992.49.26 - Print, Photographic

1992.49.26 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Close-up view of tank on street with bicyclist and onlooker. Inscribed on verso: "The war tank brought to Topeka [Kansas] Sunday April 27th, 1919 to take part in the Victory Liberty Loan Parade. Taken near 2nd & Kansas Ave. [Signed] J.E.E." From the service of Charles Euwer, Sr., Private, Engineer, Railway, AEF.

Image of 2016.112.102 - Photograph

2016.112.102 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of a homecoming parade in Kansas City, Missouri. Renault tank with Victory Loan advertisement on top. From the service of Lt. James Carey Martin.