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Name Liberty Loan

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Image of 1926.36.20 - Print, Photographic

1926.36.20 - Print, Photographic

Film still. On verso is typed: "Elsie Ferguson / in / "The Spirit that Wins" / A Liberty Loan Film / By courtesy Famous Players-Lasky Corpsoration / Distributed by the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry." A fund-raising short for the United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War I.

Image of 1926.36.21 - Print, Photographic

1926.36.21 - Print, Photographic

Film still. On verso is typed: "Elsie Ferguson / in / "The Spirit that Wins" / A Liberty Loan Film / By courtesy Famous Players-Lasky Corpsoration / Distributed by the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry." A fund-raising short for the United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War I.

Image of 1926.36.22 - Print, Photographic

1926.36.22 - Print, Photographic

Film still. On verso is typed: "Sessue Hayakawa / in / "Banzai" (Hurrah) / A Liberty Loan Film / By courtesy Haworth Pictures Corpsoration / Distributed by the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry." A fund-raising short for the United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War I.

Image of 1926.36.23 - Print, Photographic

1926.36.23 - Print, Photographic

Film still. On verso is typed: "Sessue Hayakawa / in / "Banzai" (Hurrah) / A Liberty Loan Film / By courtesy Haworth Pictures Corpsoration / Distributed by the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry." A fund-raising short for the United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War I.

Image of 1926.36.24 - Print, Photographic

1926.36.24 - Print, Photographic

Film still. On verso is typed: "Sessue Hayakawa / in / "Banzai" (Hurrah) / A Liberty Loan Film / By courtesy Haworth Pictures Corpsoration / Distributed by the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry." A fund-raising short for the United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War I.

Image of 1926.36.25 - Print, Photographic

1926.36.25 - Print, Photographic

Film still. On verso is typed: "Emily Stevene & King Baggot / in / "Building for Democracy" / A Liberty Loan Film Appeal / By courtesy Metro Pictures Corpsoration / Distributed by the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry." A fund-raising short for the United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War I.

Image of 1926.36.26 - Print, Photographic

1926.36.26 - Print, Photographic

Film still. On verso is typed: "Emily Stevene & King Baggot / in / "Building for Democracy" / A Liberty Loan Film Appeal / By courtesy Metro Pictures Corpsoration / Distributed by the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry." A fund-raising short for the United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War I.

Image of 1926.36.27 - Print, Photographic

1926.36.27 - Print, Photographic

Film still. On verso is typed: "Emily Stevene & King Baggot / in / "Building for Democracy" / A Liberty Loan Film Appeal / By courtesy Metro Pictures Corpsoration / Distributed by the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry." A fund-raising short for the United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War I.

Image of 1926.36.29 - Print, Photographic

1926.36.29 - Print, Photographic

Film still. On verso is typed: "Edith Storey / in / "Edith's Victory for Democracy" / A Liberty Loan Film / By Courtesy Metro Pictures Corpsoration / Distributed by the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry." A fund-raising short for the United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War I.

Image of 1926.36.28 - Print, Photographic

1926.36.28 - Print, Photographic

Film still. On verso is typed: "Geraldine Farrar as Columbia; Milton Sills as an American soldier and Tom Santaschi as a sailor in Miss Farrar's Liberty Loan picture, "The Bonds That Tie," directed by Reginald Barker and distributed by Goldwyn. A fund-raising short for the United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War I.

Image of 1926.36.30 - Print, Photographic

1926.36.30 - Print, Photographic

Film still. On verso is typed: "Scene from / "It's A Cinch" / Mack Sennett All-Star Cast/ A Liberty Loan Film / By courtesy Famous Players-Lasky Corps. & Mack Sennett / Distributed by the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry." A fund-raising short for the United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War I.

Image of 2001.46.9 - Print, Photographic

2001.46.9 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Image is a U.S. Air Service (?) lieutenant working at a desk; a war bonds solicitation poster "Clear the Way" on the wall in background. Signed: "To Skaggs, Charles Wilson". From the service of Sergeant John C. Skaggs, 115th Aero Squadron, AEF.

Image of 1989.24.63 - Postcard

1989.24.63 - Postcard

"We shoot this many shells at the Huns every few seconds. Liberty Bonds will buy more." Picture of shells being inspected by soldiers.

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.

Image of 2010.125.100 - Photograph

2010.125.100 - Photograph

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #45818. President Woodrow Wilson leaves a railroad station in a car while crowds cheer. Caption written on back of image: Thousands of people cheer Pres. Wilson as he arrives in N.Y. to open 4th Liberty Loan campaign. President is shown leaving Penn. R.R. Station.