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Posters and Patriotism
This selection of images from the World War I poster collection donated to the Museum by railroad executive and financier John W. Campbell (1880-1957) in 1943, is representative of many shown in Posters and Patriotism: Selling World War I in New York. When the United States entered World War I in April 1917, New York City's artists and illustrators were enlisted in the war effort. Many of them worked for the federal government’s new Division of Pictorial Publicity, and created these images to stir the American public to wartime loyalty, duty, and sacrifice.
The American Ambulance in Russia

The American Ambulance in Russia

This is the Only American Ambulance | Now Saving Lives in Russia

Feed Our Fighters

Feed Our Fighters

Buy Liberty Bonds to your Utmost

Zeichnet Kriegs Anleihe

Zeichnet Kriegs Anleihe


Help Crush the Menace of the Seas

Help Crush the Menace of the Seas

Buy Liberty Bonds | Buy Quickly Buy Freely

They Give Their Lives Do You Lend Your Savings?

They Give Their Lives Do You Lend Your Savings?


Help the Red Cross

Help the Red Cross


Barron Collier Patriotic Series No. 2

Barron Collier Patriotic Series No. 2

Morning Prayer (.273); A Good Month's Business (.274); Times Are Hard Your Majesty (.275); All Civilization...

Home Again!

Home Again!

The 27th Division: The Story of Its Sacrifices and Achievements

Aeronautical Exposition

Aeronautical Exposition

Madison Square Garden and 69th Regiment Armory. March 1 to 15, 1919.

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