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Image of 1936.2.3 - Poem

1936.2.3 - Poem

Poem Patriotic Palm The dead are dea, yet we are all here living; Today our Country asks not for the giving Of all that we possess, as they, But simply that we help to pay Our debt to them in lending way. No argument is needed to ensure That which you lend; it is secure, For all our glorious Country is behind it, Now and foreever more; these bonds do bind it. Hence lend again and once more win the prize, The patriotic palm; be dutiful, be safe, be wise!

Image of 1936.2.12 - Card, Documentary

1936.2.12 - Card, Documentary

Liberty Loan Advertisement card Which? Bonds for Liberty? or Bonds of Slavery? Dig Down! Dig Deep! Dig Up! ! Everybody! Everywhere! !

Image of 1997.61.9 - Poster

1997.61.9 - 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 1920.1.32 - Poster

1920.1.32 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Second Liberty Loan of 1917 Artist: Anonymous Date: 1917 Size: 14 1/8 x 10 5/8 inches (35.8 x 26.9 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 5 Medium: Lithograph Poster, American - 2nd Liberty Loan Inscription: U.S. Treasury / Washington, D.C., / Second / Liberty Loan / of 1917 / Buy a Bond

Image of 1976.315.5 - Poster

1976.315.5 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Subscriber's Roll of Honor Artist: Anonymous Date: 1917 Size: 27 1/4 x 18 inches (62 x 45.7 cm) Issuing Agency: Medium: Lithograph Poster, American - 2nd Liberty Loan Inscription: Subscriber's / ROLL OF HONOR / 1917 / Second Liberty Loan / Name of Corporation (under line) / The following officers and employees have subscribed to the 2nd Liberty Loan of 1917 / "To Make the World Safe for Democracy"

Image of 1920.1.13 - Poster

1920.1.13 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Lend as They Fight Artist: Sidney H. Riesenberg, signed Date: 1917 Size: 30 x 19 7/8 inches (76 x 50.4 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, Third Federal Reserve Medium: Lithograph, printed at Ketterlinus Press, Philadelphia Poster, American - 2nd Liberty Loan Inscription: Lend as they fight / Buy More / LIBERTY BONDS

Image of 1920.1.8a - Poster

1920.1.8a - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Buy a Liberty Bond Artist: Anonymous Date: 1917 Size: 29 13/16 x 19 3/4 inches (75.7 x 50.2 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 10 Medium: Lithograph, printed at Edwards & Deutsch Litho. Co., N.Y. Poster, American - 2nd Liberty Loan Inscription: Buy A / Liberty Bond / of the U.S. Government / I own a / Liberty / Bond / And wear this Button-- / It is a Badge of Honor

Image of 1920.1.8b - Poster

1920.1.8b - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Buy a Liberty Bond Artist: Anonymous Date: 1917 Size: 29 13/16 x 19 3/4 inches (75.7 x 50.2 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 10 Medium: Lithograph, printed at Edwards & Deutsch Litho. Co., N.Y. Poster, American - 2nd Liberty Loan Inscription: Buy A / Liberty Bond / of the U.S. Government / I own a / Liberty / Bond / And wear this Button-- / It is a Badge of Honor

Image of 1920.1.31 - Poster

1920.1.31 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: The Spirit of '17 '76 Artist: (initials, unreadable, within heart) Ickes, signed Date: 1917 Size: 41 1/4 x 27 3/4 inches (105.5 x 70.4 cm) Issuing Agency: Medium: Lithograph Poster, American - 2nd Liberty Loan Inscription: The Spirit of '17 '76 / Your forefathers / Died for Liberty / In 1776--What / Will You Do For / It in 1917?. . . / Buy Liberty Bonds

Image of 2003.31.180 - Postcard, Inscribed

2003.31.180 - Postcard, Inscribed

Inscribed, overseas, black and white postcard. Front depicts men standing near tanks with "Huns don't like these tanks now, and if you buy more liberty bonds they will like them less" along the bottom. Inscription:/ Miss Leona E. Perkins, Huntsville, Missouri USA Dear Leona: - Just a line until I have time for a regular letter. Are feeling the best in the world - Love, George L McCormac, 658 Aero Squad

Image of 2003.31.181 - Postcard, Inscribed

2003.31.181 - Postcard, Inscribed

Inscribed, overseas post card. Front depicts men standing near tanks with "Huns don't like these tanks now, and if you buy more liberty bonds they will like them less" along the bottom. Inscription:/ Mr. WH McCormac, Huntsville, Missouri, USA Dear Dad: Just a line to say Hello-This leaves no [illegible] fine - Love to all - Your son - Geo L. McCormac, 658th Aero Squad. Purple stamp with United States seal on back along with the word "censored".

Image of 2017.45.2 - Announcement

2017.45.2 - Announcement

Liberty Bond Flyer thrown from airplane by Ruth Law Text on front of flyer: Every Liberty Bond You Buy Brings Victory Nearer Buy Another Bond Today / RUTH LAW Inscription on front of flyer: Tuesday, Oct. 23, 1917 / Thrown from her aeroplane over our camp at Camp Sheridan Image of Ruth Law on reverse. From the service of William Elmer Green

Image of 1976.315.15 - Poster

1976.315.15 - Poster

Country of Origin: United States Title: That Liberty Shall Not Perish from the Earth Artist: Joseph Pennell, Del., signed and dated Date: 1918 Size: 25.1 x 20.3 cm Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 2-B Medium: Lithograph, printed by Heywood Strasser and Voight, NY American Poster - 4th Liberty Loan Inscription: That Liberty Shall Not / Perish from the earth / Buy Liberty Bonds / Fourth Liberty Loan

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 2013.26.2 - Newspaper

2013.26.2 - Newspaper

Camp Newspaper The Dodger Camp Dodge, Iowa Volume 1, Number 6 October 20,1917 Articles Included: Governors from Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota and North Dakota Send Words of Greeting and Cheer to the Men at Camp Dodge Camp Dodge Goes "Over the Top" in Liberty Loan Subscription Campaign Son of Famous General Lee is at Camp Dodge Many Soldiers to Leave Soon To Be Equipped with "Sam Browne" Belts Thousands of Girls Are Awaiting to Adopt Soldiers of Camp Dodge Giant Begs to Be Taken for Service Paving Completed in Fifteen Days Former Puncher to Break Wild Horses at Camp - Richard Heinel of 351st Infantry was Real Rough Rider Over 20,000 Men to Arrive at Camp Dodge in the Near Future

Image of 2017.139.1 - Poster

2017.139.1 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Ring It Again Artist: Anonymous Date: 1918 Size: 76.6 x 50.9 cm Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 8-A Medium: Lithograph, printed by Sackett-Wilhelms Corp, New York Inscription: Ring it Again / Buy U.S. Gov't Bonds / Third Liberty Loan

Image of 2017.139.2 - Poster

2017.139.2 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Are You 100% American? Artist: Stern, signed Date: 1918 Size: 76.3 x 50.9 cm Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 10-A Medium: Lithograph, printed by Sackett-Wilhelms Corp, New York Inscription: Are You / 100% / American? / Prove it! / Buy / U.S. Government Bonds / Third / Liberty Loan / U.S. / Treasury / Will Pay / Interest / Every Six / Months

Image of 2017.138.1 - Poster

2017.138.1 - 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 2017.138.2 - Poster

2017.138.2 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Remember! The Flag of Liberty Artist: Anonymous Date: 1918 Size: 20 x 30 inches (50.9 x 76.4 cm) Issuing Agency: U.S. Treasury, No. 6-A Medium: Lithograph, printed by Heywood Strasser and Voight Litho, NY Poster, American - 3rd Liberty Loan Inscription: REMEMBER! / The Flag of Liberty / Support it! / BUY / U.S. Government Bonds / 3rd Liberty Loan

Image of 2006.134.0 - Banner

2006.134.0 - Banner

Banner for U.S. Liberty Loan campaigns; two sided cloth with lettering: OFFICIAL PERMIT TO OPERATE FOR LIBERTY LOAN; used in San Francisco stores and Liberty Loan stations; 29 x 53 cm