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  Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
 Collection: World War One Collection
Cardinal Mercier has appealed to the Food Administration for more food for starving millions.
A color image of Cardinal Mercier's head and shoulders is centered on the top half of the poster. He has gray hair and blue eyes, and wears a red garment with a white collar. The bottom half of the poster is all text.
Crédit Lyonnais : souscrivez au 4e Emprunt National.
Naked man wearing sword belt and helmet lunges to the right with sword extended against an eagle and pulling a French flag from its beak.
Le Cardinal Mercier protège la Belgique.
Illustration of Cardinal Mercier in a gold cape and mitre (headdress). He holds a staff in his left hand. A fallen man is slumped over at his feet and there is a crowd of people behind him, most of whom appear to be women. The Cardinal is depicted in color and the other people are depicted in black & white.
Comptoir National D'escompte de Paris : Emprunt National 1918 : pour hâter la Victoire, et pour nous revoir bientôt, souscrivez!
Color poster of two women smiling. The woman on the left is wearing a large black Alsatian headdress ("coiffe alsacienne"). She is raising one arm in the air as if to salute and has her other arm around the shoulder of the other woman. The woman on the right is holding flowers. She wears a white bonnet and a shawl, typical of the region of Lorraine. Both women wear blue-white-and-red rosettes on their headwear. A bird flies at the lower left side of the picture. (Alsace-Lorraine was a part of France ceded to the German Empire in 1871. It was reverted to France at the end of the First World War.)
Emprunt de la Libération : on les a : souscrivez à la London County & Westminster Bank (Paris) Ltd.
Lithograph of 3 soldiers in battle. One is wearing a Scottish uniform with kilt. A tall soldier with a mustache wears a French uniform and holds his helmet in the air. Another in the background wears an olive/khaki uniform (British or U.S.) with helmet, and is pointing a rifle. An explosion can be seen in the background on the left.
Eat more corn, oats and rye products-- ... : eat less wheat, meat, sugar and fats, to save for the Army and our allies.
Color poster depicts a variety of foods on a table: a whole fish on a plate, a bowl of fruit, vegetables, a basket of corn, poultry, and a loaf of bread. The table is brown and the poster background is green.
1778-1783. America owes France the most unalterable gratitude : 1917- -- . French Comrade your children shall be as our children.
Black and white drawing of a soldier saluting the grave of another soldier. A weeping boy and a girl kneeling in prayer are at his sides. In the sky to the upper right there is a faint drawing of a row of soldiers standing guard and a commander on horseback.
2me Emprunt de la Défense Nationale : en avant, armée de l'épargne, c'est pour la patrie.
A crowd of people hands money to a woman draped in a blue, white, and red French flag and wearing a helmet. The woman stands in front of a winged statue of liberty ("La Marseillaise"). The stairs around her are littered with bills, coins, and money bags. A small cherub figure in a helmet sits near the woman's feet.
War rages in France : we must feed them.
Black & white print. A large crowd of people of all ages walk or ride in carts on a cobble street. Behind them is a ruined building.
Why is it necessary to eat less meat and less wheat bread?
All-lettered poster has a two-column article with lengthy text, explaining the need to conserve meat, wheat, fats, sugar, and coal.
"Good bye, Dad, I'm off to fight for Old Glory, you buy U.S. gov't bonds" : Third Liberty Loan.
Color illustration of a young man, in uniform holding a rifle, shaking the hand of an elderly man with white hair and beard wearing matching gray pants and vest and a white shirt with a bow tie. There is a landscape of farms in the distance. There is a blue border around the picture.
Halt the Hun! : buy U.S. government bonds, Third Liberty Loan.
Drawing of an Allied Forces soldier pushing a German soldier away from a frightened woman who is holding a small child in her lap. The German soldier has blood on his hands. Red flames rise from the ground in the background.
Keep it coming ... : waste nothing.
Color poster shows a convoy of green food-supply trucks driving through snow. A soldier in a long coat and helmet appears to be directing the trucks. In the lower left corner is the seal of the U.S. Food Administration.
My daddy bought me a government bond of the Third Liberty Loan, did yours?
A smiling young blonde girl in a white dress and red hair bow clutches a government bond.
Over the top for you : buy U.S. gov't bonds, Third Liberty Loan.
A soldier in a combat uniform and helmet appears to be climbing a hill while grasping a large U.S. flag on a pole. His mouth is open as if he is shouting.
I summon you to the comradeship : answer the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call for Universal Membership.
Portrait drawing of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson in black and white. Large Red Cross symbol at lower left area. Signature of Woodrow Wilson appears in lower right area between the text captions.
Sure! We'll finish the job : Victory Liberty Loan.
A smiling man wearing a hat and overalls stands. He wears an indigo shirt, sleeves rolled up and showing the cuff of a red undershirt. On his overalls are pinned four buttons depicting patriotic symbols of the United States.
Students ... set the pace ... unanimous [giving] for universal service : clear over the first day.
All-lettered poster promoting a funding drive by the United War Work Campaign. Blue text on white paper.
Share in the victory : save for your country, save for yourself : buy war savings stamps.
Color poster with turquoise blue background. A female figure dressed in a flowing ivory gown holds a sword in one hand and a palm branch in the other. She has wings and wears a laurel wreath around her head.
V : invest.
Red poster with blue and white border. In the center is a large blue "V" and below that is the word "INVEST" in white.
Ring it again : buy U.S. gov't bonds : Third Liberty Loan.
A crowd of American colonial-era people point at the Liberty Bell ringing out from the tower of Philadelphia's Independence Hall. In the upper left area of the poster is a large close-up picture of the Liberty Bell.
Food will win the war : you came here seeking freedom, you must now help to preserve it : wheat is needed for the Allies, waste nothing.
Color poster of people standing on a boat or shoreline near the sea. They appear to be European immigrants. In the foreground, a man appears to be pleading with a woman holding a basket of food. In the background can be seen part of a large ship, the Statue of Liberty, and a rainbow stretching across the New York skyline. A man waves his cap in that direction.
Feed a fighter : eat only what you need-- waste nothing-- that he and his family may have enough.
Charcoal drawing of a soldier sitting in a trench, drinking out of a cup. Other soldiers can be seen in the background. At the top right corner of the poster is the round seal of the U.S. Food Administration (shield with flag motif surrounded by wheat stalks).
Fight or buy bonds : Third Liberty Loan.
Color poster depicts a woman dressed in a white gown and holding a U.S. flag in the air. Troops march in the background, also carrying a U.S. flag.
What Libraries Learned from the War.
Pamphlet containing lessons learned by librarians during their service in World War I. Topics covered include how men were not influenced by books or libraries, that libraries must be organized, and that libraries could be used to foster the understanding of world problems.
Congressional Medal of Honor, the Distinguished Service Cross, and the Distinguished Service Medal Issued by the War Department Since April 6, 1971 Up to and including General Orders, Number 126, War Department, November 11, 1919
Book containing the names and deeds of the recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor, the Distinguished Service Cross, and the Distinguished Service Medal awarded for actions during World War I. It includes information such as whether the award was posthumous, the person's rank, and their company (if applicable).
The War with Germany: A Statistical Summary
Book containing statistical figures regarding the United States of America's conflict with Germany during World War I, including statistics for casualties, expenditures, and ordnance. Index starts on page 151.
Help yourself : get up in the world by steady saving.
All lettered poster with text in black, encouraging the public to save by buying War Savings Stamps, Treasury Savings Certificates, and Liberty Bonds.