World War I miscellany > Printed material

Series 3
Printed material, 1914-1964
Box 10; OP12 (2-7)-23; XOP1-XOP5

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type.

Box Folder Content
10 1 Burial of the Unknown Soldier, 1921
10 2 The Burma Magnet, 1914: Newsletter
10 3 "Doughboy Prophylactic Kit," instructions, no date
10 4 [General John J. Pershing?]
10 5 Poetry, 1931, no date
10 6 Songbooks, no date
10 7 Woodrow Wilson, 1919, 1924, 1938, 1944
10 8 YWCA booklet, no date
Pamphlets
10 9 The Presidents Flag Day Address, 1917 September
10 10 Conquest and Kultur: Aims of the Germans, 1918 January
10 11 The Question of Alsace Lorraine in 1918, 1918
10 12 German War Aims, 1918; Revelations by an Ex-Director of Krupps, no date Revelations by an Ex-Director of Krupps, no date
10 13 Southern Field Flipper, 1919 January 1
10 14 Report to the Committee for Men Blinded in Battle, 1919 May
10 15 Various pamphlets from J. C. Harris, 1929-1932
10 16 Over There: Letters Written During the War, [1920s?]
10 17 Various pamphlets from Mrs. A. Waldo Jones, no date
Magazines
10 18 Red Cross Magazine, 1918 August
10 19 Still More Bystander Fragments from France, nos. 3-6, no date
Other
10 20 British publications, 1917, no date
10 21 French publications, 1914, 1916, no date
10 22 German publications, 1926, no date
10 23 German publications: Photo reproductions from scrapbook, no date
10 24 Miscellaneous publications, 1916-1927
Clippings
10 25 Atlanta Journal, 1917 November 27
10 26 New York Times, 1918 November 11
10 27 Hearsts Sunday American, 1927 July 17
10 28 Various clippings, 1964, no date
Posters
OP22 - "3e Emprunt de la Défense Nationale, Crédit Lyonnais : souscrivez" [French, translation: 3rd National Defense Fund, Credit Lyonnais,: subscribe] by Abel Faivre, 1917
OP15 - "Again the Government comes to the people of the country with the request that they lend their money" a letter from Woodrow Wilson, by A. Dugas, Liberty Loan Committeem, Philadelphia, 1918
XOP2 - "All Together. Enlist in the Navy" by Henry Reuterdahl, United States Naval Reserve Forces, 1917
OP15 - "'America shall pay for this! -" Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, circa 1918
OP18 - "America's Tribute to Britain" by Frederic G. Cooper, The Marchbanks Press, New York, 1917
XOP1 - "Americans All! Victory Liberty Loan" by Howard Chandler Christy, United States Department of the Treasury, 1919
OP20 "'Ammunition!' And remember - Bonds buy bullets!" by Vincent Lynel, Ketterlinus, Philadelphia, 1918
OP23 - "Answer the Red Cross Christmas roll call. All you need is a heart and a dollar" by Ray Greenleaf, Niagra Litho Co., New York, 1918
OP20 - "Are you 100% American? Prove it! Buy government bonds" by Stern, Sackett & Wilhelms Corp., New York, 1917
OP19 - "Are you breaking the law? Patriotic Canadians will not hoard food" Canada Food Board, Howell Litho., Ontario, no date
OP23 - "Back our girls over there. United War Work Campaign" by Clarence F. Underwood, Young Women's Christian Association, 1918
OP16 - "Be a 'Coupon Cutter'" Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
OP19 - "Be Patriotic. Sign your country's pledge to save the food" by Paul Stahr, U.S. Food Administration, The W.F. Powers Co. Litho, New York, 1917
OP20 - "Beat back the Hun with Liberty Bonds" by Frederick Strothmann, Department of the Treasury, 1918
OP16 - "Blind the Huns!" by W.N. Wilson, Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
OP17 - "Blood or Bread. Others are giving their blood. You will shorten the war - save life" by Henry Raleigh, United Sates Food Administration, Forbes, Boston, 1917
OP21 - "Boys and girls! You can help your Uncle Sam win the war" by James Montgomery Flagg, American Lithographic Co., New York, 1917
XOP2 - "'Buddies.' Proud of it" by Adolph Treidler, American Legion, Carey Print Lith, New York, no date [in 2 pieces]
OP20 - "Buy Liberty Bonds. 'That government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth" Department of the Treasury, American Lithographic Co., 1918
XOP1 - "Buy United States Government War Savings Stamps" by William Balfour Ker, Strobridge Litho Co., Cincinnati & New York, 1917 [2 copies]
OP19 - "Canada's Butter Opportunity!" Canada Food Board, Howell Litho., Ontario, circa 1918
OP18 - "Candy conservation. Candy manufacturers are now all working on a 50 per cent" Manufacturers' Committee cooperating with U.S. Food Administration, A.H. Sickler Company, Philadelphia, no date
OP19 - "El Cardenal Mercier ha solicitado de la Administración de Alimentos" [Spanish, translation: "Cardinal Mercier has appealed to the Food Administration"] by George Illian, Latham Litho and Printing Co., New York, no date
OP17 - "Civilians: when we go through this we need all the help and comfort you can give" by Sidney H. Riesenberg, Alco-Gravure Inc, New York, 1918
OP20 - "Clear the way!! Buy bonds. Fourth Liberty Loan" by Howard Chandler Christy, 1918 [2 copies]
OP20 - "Come on! Buy more Liberty Bonds" by Walter Whitehead, Ketterlinus, Philadelphia, 1918
OP23 - "Comrades all. Junior Red Cross" by Karl E. Johnson, American Junior Red Cross, 1919
XOP2 - "Congress makes war pay permanent in U.S. Navy" no date
OP18 - "Eat more corn, oats and rye products - fish and poultry - fruit, vegetables, and potatoes" by L.N. Britton, U.S. Food Administration, Heywood, Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co., New York, 1917
OP22 - "Emprunt de la libération. On souscrit à la banque d'Alsace et de Lorraine" [French, translation: Borrow for Freedom. Subscribe to the Alsace and Lorraine banks] by Hansi, Lapina, Paris, 1918
OP21 - "Enlist in the Navy. Follow the boys in blue for home and country" by George Hand Wright, U.S. Navy Publicity Bureau, New York, 1914
OP21 - "Enlist in the Signal Corps. Receive a technical education free" by J. McGibbon Brown, Government Printing Office, 1919
OP16 - "'Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty' American Defense Society Vigilance Corps" The American Defense Society, no date
XOP3 - "Farm to win 'over there'" by Adolph Treidler, U.S. Department of Labor, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1917
OP17 - "Follow the Pied Piper. Join the United States School Garden Army" by Maginel Wright Barney, The Graphic Company, Washington D.C., circa 1919
OP18 - "Food 1- buy it with thought 2- cook it with care" by Frederic G. Cooper, U.S. Food Administration, The W.F. Powers Co. Litho, New York, 1918
OP18 - "Food is Ammunition - don't waste it." by John E. Sheridan, U.S. Food Administration, Heywood Strasser & Voigt Litho Co., New York, 1918? [2 copies]
OP17 - "For active service join the U.S. Marines" by Sidney H. Riesenberg, United States Marine Corps, 1913
XOP3 - "For every fighter, a woman worker" by Adolph Treidler, Young Women's Christian Association, American Litho Co., New York, 1918
XOP1 - "For home and country. Victory Liberty Loan" by Alfred Everitt Orr, American Litho Co., New York, 1918
XOP1 - "For victory, buy more bonds. Fourth Liberty Loan" by John Scott Williams, Donaldson Litho Co., Newport, Kentucky, 1918
XOP3 "Four years in the fight. The women of France" by Lucien Jonas, Young Women's Christian Association, Strobridge Litho Co., Cincinnati & New York, 1918
XOP2 - "Gee!! I Wish I were a man" by Howard Chandler Christy, United States Navy, 1917
OP22 - "German Colonial Possessions surrendered to the Allies since August 1914" Johnson, Riddle, & Co., London, circa 1916 [2 copies]
OP20 - "'Good bye, Dad, I'm off to fight for Old Glory, you buy U.S. gov't bonds'" by Lawrence Harris, Sackett & Wilhelms Corp., New York, 1917
OP17 - "Halt the Hun! Buy U.S. Government Bonds" by Henry Patrick Raleigh, Department of the Treasure, Edwards & Deutsch Litho Co., Chicago, 1918
XOP3 - "Happy Childhood the World over. Join the Junior Red Cross." By Anna Milo Upjohn, American Red Cross, 1919
OP23 - "Have you a Red Cross service flag?" by Jessie Wilcox Smith, The American Red Cross, Forbes, Boston, 1918
OP16 - "He is driving them back" Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
OP21 - "He is getting our country's signal. Are you? Join the Navy," American Lithograph Co., New York, circa 1914
XOP2 - "Help deliver the goods. Do it now." By Herbert Andrew Paus, U.S. Navy Recruiting Station, American Lithographic Co. 1918
XOP1 - "The Hun - his mark. Blot it out with liberty bonds." by James Allen St. John, Brett Litho Co., New York, 1917
OP17 - "Hun or Home? Buy more Liberty Bonds" by Henry Raleigh, Edwards & Deutsch Litho Co., Chicago, circa 1917 [2 copies]
OP17 - "Hunger. For three years America has fought starvation in Belgium" by Henry Raleigh, United States Food Administration, Edwards & Deutsch Litho. Co., Chicago, 1918
XOP2 - "I want you for the Navy" by Howard Chandler Christy, Forbes, Boston, 1917
OP15 - "In France alone your Liberty Bonds have built" Liberty Loan Committee, Third Federal Reserve District, Philadelphia, no date
OP16 - "In the path of the Hun!" by J.A. Knickerbocker, Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
OP19 - "L'Italia ha bisogno di carne-frumento-grasso & zucchero" [Italian, translation: Italy needs meat, wheat, fat, and sugar"] by George Illian, U.S. Food Administration, Latham Litho & Printing Co., New York, 1917
OP16 - "'It's for the boy, father!'-" by Hermann Heyer, Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
OP21 - "Joan of Arc Saved France" by Haskell Coffin, United States Treasury Department, United States Printing & Lithograph Co., New York, 1918 [smaller version]
XOP3 - "Joan of Arc Saved France" by Haskell Coffin, United States Treasury Department, United States Printing & Lithograph Co., New York, 1918 [larger version]
OP21 - "Join the Air Service. 'Giver 'er the Gun.' Learn-Earn" by Warren Keith, Edwards & Deutsch Litho Co., Chicago, circa 1919
OP21 - "Join the Air Service. Learn-Earn" Forbes, Boston, 1917
XOP3 - "Join the Navy and see" Navy Recruiting Station, no date
XOP2 - "Join the Navy. the service for fighting men." by Richard Fayerweather Babcock, 1917
XOP3 - "Keep 'em smiling! Help" by M. Leone Bracker, U.S. Food Administration, 1918
OP19 - "Keep it coming. 'We must not only feed our soliders at the front'" by George Illian, United States Food Administration, The W.F. Powers Co. Litho, New York, 1918
OP22 - "Keep your head - Hold your breath - Be Quick!! and this won't happen to you" by W.G. Thayer, Instruction Laboratory, 1917
OP19 - "Kościuszko Pulawski walczyli o wolność w Ameryce" [Polish, translation: Kosciuszko Pulawski fought for freedom in America] by George Illian, United States Food Administration, Latham Litho & Printing Co., New York, 1917
OP17 - "Lend as they fight. Buy more Liberty Bonds" by Sidney H. Riesenberg, Ketterlinus, Philadelphia, 1918
XOP1 - "Lend the way they fight. Buy bonds to your utmost." by Edmund M. Ashe, New York, 1918 [2 copies]
OP15 - "'Like father - like son'" Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
OP22 - "Many peoples, one nation. Let us unite to Americanize America" by Ray Greenleaf, National Americanization Committee, 1917 [2 copies]
XOP1 - "Must children die and mothers plead in vain? Buy more liberty bonds" by Walter H. Everett, The Sackett & Wilhelms Corp., New York, 1918
OP20 - "My Daddy bought me a government bond of the Third Liberty Loan. Did yours?" United States Printing & Lithograph Co., New York, 1917
XOP2 - "The Navy is calling. Enlist now." By L.N. Britton. U.S. Navy Recruiting Station, The W.F. Powers Co. 1917[?].
OP22 - "Now for some music. Draft your slacker records..." National Phonograph-Record Recruiting Corps, no date
OP20 - "Oeuvre du souvenir des défenseurs de Verdun..." by Adolphe le Goupy, Paris, 1920
OP16 - "On our own shores!" Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
XOP3 - "One of the thousand Y.M.C.A. Girls in France" by Neysa McMein, Young Men's Christian Association, Grinnell Litho Co. Inc., New York, 1918
OP16 - "Our allies are watching us," Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, no date
OP17 - "Over the top for you. Buy U.S. gov't bonds" by Sidney H. Riesenberg, Ketterlinus, Philadelphia, 1918
10 29 "Pershing Patriot. W.S.S." circa 1914
XOP4 - "Pour la France versez votre or" by Abel Faivre, La Société des amis des artistes, Devambez, Paris, 1915
XOP4 - "Pour le triomphe, souscrivez à l'emprunt national" by Serge Goursat [SEM], Devambez, 1918
OP21 - "Remember Belgium. Buy bonds. Fourth Liberty Loan," by Ellsworth Young, United States Printing & Litho Co., 1918 [2 copies]
OP20 - "Remember! The flag of Liberty. Support it! Buy U.S. Government Bonds," Department of the Treasury, Heywood Strasser & Voigt Litho Co., New York, 1918
OP20 - "Ring it again. Buy U.S. gov't bonds" Third Liberty Loan, Sackett & Wilhelms Corp., New York, 1917
XOP3 - "The Romantic drama. St. Elmo" Ackermann-Quigley Litho Co., Kansas City, no date
OP18 - "Save 1-wheat: use more corn, 2-meat: use more fish & beans" by Frederic G. Cooper, U.S. Food Administration, The W.F. Powers Co. Litho, New York, 1917
OP18 - "Save a loaf a week. Help win the war" by Frederic G. Cooper, U.S. Food Administration, W.F. Powers Co. Litho., New York, 1917
XOP3 - "Save your child from autocracy and poverty" by Herbert Andrew Paus, United States Treasury Department, The United States Printing & Lithograph Co, New York, 1918
OP22 - "See him through. Help us to help the boys. National Catholic War Council. Knights of Columbus." by Burton Rice, American Lithographic Co., New York, 1918
OP15 - "A 'Service Star' in your pocket book" Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
OP21 - "Spirit of 1917. Join the U.S. Marines at 813 Market Street, Wilmington, Del." by L. Whitman, 1917
OP23 - "Stadium de Bordeaux Christmas Sportif des SammiesAu profit des Croix-Rouges françaises et américaines" 1917[?]
OP15 - "'The Stars and Stripes Forever'" no date
OP16 - "Sugar. 1 - none on fruits 2 - none in desserts" U.S. Food Administration, circa 1917
XOP1 - "Sure! We'll finish the job. Victory Liberty Loan" by Gerrit A. Beneker, Edwards and Deutsch Litho Co., Chicago, 1918
XOP2 - "Tell that to the Marines! At 24 E. 23rd Street" by James Montgomery Flagg, 1917
XOP2 - "Tell that to the Marines! At 1409 Arch Street" by James Montgomery Flagg, 1917
OP15 - "These proofs of full-page newspaper advertisements for the Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign are for display purposes only" Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
OP16 - "They bled and died on this spot -" by R.G. Morgan. Philadelphia Liberty Loan Committee, Third Federal Reserve District, Lincoln Building, Philadelphia, 1918
XOP3 - "'They shall not perish'" by Douglas Volk, American Committee for Relief in the Near East, American Litho Co., New York, 1918
OP23 - "Think - Have you bought your limit? Fourth Liberty Loan" no date
OP15 - "This is Prussianism!" Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
OP13 1 "Thrift and economy. The Council of National Defense and the Advisory Commission to the Council, believe that" Council of National Defense and Advisory Commission of the Council, no date
OP20 - "U.S.A. Bonds. Third Liberty Loan Campaign. Boy Scouts of America. Weapons for Liberty" by Joseph Christian Leyendecker, American Lithographic Co., New York, 1917 [2 copies]
OP18 - "Victory is a question of stamina. Send - the wheat, meat, fats, sugar" by Harvey Dunn, United States Food Administration, Latham Litho & Printing Co., 1917
OP22 - "The war of munitions. How Great Britain has mobilised her industries" Robert & Leete Ltd. Litho, London, circa 1917
OP19 - "Waste not-want not. Prepare for winter. Save perishable foods by preserving now" Canada Food Board, Howell Litho., Ontario, no date
OP15 - "What's back of every bond" Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
OP16 - "When the bonds mature" Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, 1918
OP22 - "Will you supply eyes for the Navy? Navy ships need binoculars and spy-glasses" by Gordon Grant, Sackett & Wilhelms Corp., New York, 1917
OP23 - "Women awake! Your country needs you" by Hazel Roberts, Abraham B. Grahaam Co. Lithographers, 1916
OP23 - A World War I Red Cross nurse reaching her hand out with soldiers in background by Harrison Fisher, circa 1918
10 29 "W.S.S. War Savings Stamps issued by the United States Government" no date
OP23 - "You can help. American Red Cross" by Wladyslaw Theodore Benda, Alco-Gracure, Inc, New York, 1918
OP15 - "Your boy and my boy" by Hermann Heyer, Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, circa 1917
OP22 - "Your patriotic duty is to burn wood and save coal" Berks County Trust Company, no date
Oversized materials
OP12 2 Months in the Trenches: letters of the War (French), 1914-1916
OP12 3 Illustrated London News, 1915 March 6
OP12 4 German proclamations in Belgium and France, [1916?]
OP12 5 Citations of Marines in France, 1918, 1919
OP12 6 Woodrow Wilson obituary, The Daily Princetonian, 1924 February 4
OP12 7 Newsletter, 1961
Maps
XOP5 - Krolestwo Polskie, no date
XOP5 - German Empire, 1914
XOP5 - France: Chatillon, no date [2]
XOP5 - France: Location Corps and Divisions, 1918 11 August
XOP5 - France: General Progress of Allied Offences of the Fall of 1918, plate XIV
XOP5 - France: Wassy, 1918
XOP5 - France: General Map of the Western Front, plate I, 1913
XOP5 - France: Buzance Special-Secret Operation Map No. 16, 1919
XOP5 - France: Champagne-Ardenne, 1919
XOP5 - France: Lorraine, 1919
XOP5 - France: Meuse-Argonne Offensive, 1919 [5]
XOP5 - France: St. Mihiel Operation, 1918 [4]
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