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Name Liberty Loan

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Image of 2014.9.14 - Card, Membership

2014.9.14 - Card, Membership

Card from the Treasury Department to Mrs. Gold stating that she was a member of the Glenwood Landing Woman's Committee for the Fifth Liberty Loan.

Image of 2014.9.16 - Postcard

2014.9.16 - Postcard

Postcard requesting purchase of Liberty Bonds for the protection of children - both foreign and domestic. Transcription of text: The boys and girls of France and Belgium have to go to school in heavy gas-masks, along shell-torn roads, because the German guns shell their streets and homes. School for them means often only three walls of a ruined house, or the poor protection of a dark cellar. Our fathers and brothers are in France, fighting that we here may go to school without danger, may go on learning to be good citizens, may grow up safely in a free America. You can help them win battles, help bring them back - victorious - if you buy Liberty Bonds - all the Bonds you possibly

Image of 1984.175.15 - Card, Documentary

1984.175.15 - Card, Documentary

United States Government Thrift Card Once card has been filled return card to a post office, bank or other authorized agent to receive a War Savings Certificate Stamp

Image of 1984.175.16 - Card, Documentary

1984.175.16 - Card, Documentary

Advertising Card for Victory Bond

Image of 2005.70.15 - Card, Documentary

2005.70.15 - Card, Documentary

War Savings Stamp Caption on front: I have VOTED for Uncle Sam / War Saving's Stamps Inscribed on back: A tag like this was given each person who bought a bond or pledged to buy one before the 1st of next year.

Image of 1981.81.9 - Music, Sheet

1981.81.9 - Music, Sheet

Title: What Are You Going To Do To Help The Boys Composer: Egbert Van Alstyne Lyrics: Gus Kahn Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Company

Image of 2013.38.12 - Music, Sheet

2013.38.12 - Music, Sheet

Title: Come Buy A Liberty Bond Composer & Lyricist: Kate Greene Hoof Publisher: Kate Greene Hoof Lyrics or poem about knitting socks written on back.

Image of 1936.2.1 - Card, Documentary

1936.2.1 - Card, Documentary

4th Liberty Loan Fundraising Card

Image of 2003.80.4 - Postcard, Inscribed

2003.80.4 - Postcard, Inscribed

Description: Postcard with inscription. Picture of soldiers inspecting shells. Inscription on Front, Transcribed: We shoot this many shells at the Huns every few seconds. Liberty Bonds will buy more. Inscription on Back, Transcribed: Will drop you a few lines when I can write to let you know I am well. Am working in [illegible] now. [illegible]

Image of 2016.85.9 - Poster

2016.85.9 - Poster

Country of Origin: United States Title: Liberty Day Artist: Anonymous Date: October 12, 1918 Size: 29.25 x 17.75 inches Issuing Agency: Unknown Medium: Lithograph American Poster - 4th Liberty Loan Inscription: 426th Anniversary of the Discovery of Ameica / Liberty Day / Saturday, October 12th 1918 / Buy Liberty Bonds Today - For Liberty Today, Tomorrow and Forever!

Image of 1920.1.14 - Poster

1920.1.14 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: The Hun -- His Mark Artist: J. Allen St. John, signed Date: 1917 Size: 19 5/8 x 30 inches (30 x 76.4 cm) Issuing Agency: Medium: Lithograph, printed at Manz Engraving Co., Chicago Poster, American - 2nd Liberty Loan Inscription: The Hun -- his Mark / Blot it Out / with / Liberty Bonds

Image of 1920.1.29a - Poster

1920.1.29a - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Women! Help America's Sons Artist: R. H. Porteous, signed Date: 1917 Size: 19 15/16 x 30 inches (50.7 x 76.5 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 11 Medium: Lithograph, printed by Edwards & Deutsch Litho. Co., Chicago Poster, American - 2nd Liberty Loan Inscription: Women! / Help America's Sons / Win the War / Buy / U.S. Government Bonds / 2nd Liberty Loan of 1917

Image of 1976.315.8b - Poster

1976.315.8b - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Good Bye Dad I'm Off to Fight for Old Glory Artist: Laurence Harris, signed Date: 1918 Size: 20 x 30 inches (50.9 x 76.4 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 9-A Medium: Lithograph, printed by Sackett-Wilhelms Corp., New York Poster, American - 3rd Liberty Loan Inscription: Good Bye, Dad, I'm Off / To Fight for Old Glory / You Buy U.S. Gov't / Bonds / Third Liberty Loan

Image of 1991.12.2 - Poster

1991.12.2 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Halt the Hun Artist: Henry Raleigh, signed "Raleigh" Date: 1918 Size: 20 x 30 inches (50.9 x 76.4 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 4-A Medium: Lithograph, printed by Edwards & Deutsch Litho Co. Chicago Poster, American - 3rd Liberty Loan Inscription: Halt the Hun! / Buy U.S. Government Bonds / Third Liberty Loan

Image of 2003.20 - Poster

2003.20 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Weapons for Liberty (Boy Scouts of America tribute) Artist: Joseph Christian Leyendecker, signed J.C. Leyendecker Date: 1918 Size: 20 x 30 inches (50.9 x 76.4 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, in recognition of Boy Scouts Medium: Lithograph, printed by American Litho Co. New York Poster, American - 3rd Liberty Loan Inscription: U-S-A Bonds / Third / Liberty Loan / Campaign / BOY SCOUTS / of America / Weapons for Liberty

Image of 1976.315.7b - Poster

1976.315.7b - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Fight or Buy Bonds Artist: Howard Chandler Christy, signed and dated (1917) Date: 1918 Size: 20 x 30 inches (50.9 x 76.4 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 2-A Medium: Lithograph, printed by Forbes, Boston Poster, American - 3rd Liberty Loan Inscription: Fight or Buy Bonds / Third Liberty Loan

Image of 1920.1.38b - Poster

1920.1.38b - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: My Daddy Bought Me a Government Bond Artist: Anonymous Date: 1918 Size: 20 x 30 inches (50.9 x 76.4 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 11-A Medium: Lithograph, printed by The United States Printing & Litho, NY Poster, American - 3rd Liberty Loan Inscription: My Daddy Bought Me a Government Bond / of the / THIRD LIBERTY LOAN / Did Yours?

Image of 1920.1.43a - Poster

1920.1.43a - Poster

Country of Origin: United States Title: Clear the Way!! Artist: Howard Chandler Christy, signed Date: 1918 Size: 30 x 20 inches, (50.6 x 75.7 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 10-B Medium: Lithograph American Poster - 4th Liberty Loan Inscription: Clear the way!! / BUY BONDS / Fourth Liberty Loan

Image of 1920.1.46a - Poster

1920.1.46a - Poster

Country of Origin: United States Title: Remember Belgium Artist: Ellsworth Young, signed Date: 1918 Size: 30 x 20 inches, (50.6 x 75.7 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 6-B Medium: Lithograph, printed by the U.S. Printing and Litho Co., NY American Poster - 4th Liberty Loan Inscription: Remember / Belgium / Buy Bonds / Fourth / Liberty Loan

Image of 1920.1.44 - Poster

1920.1.44 - Poster

Country of Origin: United States Title: The A.E.F. to the President Artist: sketch by C. LeRoy Baldridge, signed and dated Date: 1918 Size: 30 x 20 inches, (50.6 x 75.7 cm) Issuing Agency: Liberty Loan Committee and A.E.F. Medium: Lithograph, printed by Robert Gair Co., Brooklyn, NY American Poster - 4th Liberty Loan Inscription: Straight from the Trenches Originated and Produced for the Liberty Loan Committee entirely by members of the AEF The A.E.F. to the President: / If the folks back / home fall short on / the billions you / need, Mr. President, call on us for the balance. We like our / pay - but if we have / to we can go / without it. / Yours for Victory, / A.E.F. / France,