Publisher Name: [U.S. Army, Recruiting Publicity Bureau]
Color illustration of a woman in a blue uniform dress and brown shoes, carrying a silver tray with a white cloth draped over it. Behind her are faint images of hospital beds. At right is a small image of two silver discs, one showing the head of Pallas Athene and the other showing a caduceus.
Additional text on poster:
The Greek goddess Pallas Athene was the symbol of the Women's Army Corps. (Source: U.S. Army Women's Museum, http://www.history.army.mil/html/museums/showcase/women/awm_03.html)
"P-164-RPB p 2-20-45-200M"
Listed in 1945 Monthly Catalog, p. 675.
Cataloged in UNT Libraries' shelflist card file.
This poster title is also listed in the Monthly Catalog 1945-46 Supplement, entry no. 7 (without dimensions given, Sudoc no. W 3.46/8:163). Title is also listed twice in the Checklist.
1 poster : col. ; 64 x 43 cm.
|Keyword(s):||woman | appeal to women | U.S. Army | Women's Army Corps | WAC | medical technicians | surgical technicians | caduceus | Pallas Athene | Athena|
|Series Title:||American War Posters|
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