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Description: Original caption:
"The above picture is the first that has been taken of Mrs. Vernon Castle and her soldier husband since he returned to this country aft...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: United States Food Administration World War I poster urging citizens to eat less meat, wheat, fats and sugar in order to help fight starvation in Belgium....
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Soldiers standing outside a military building at Camp Upton, built in 1917. Some soldiers play basketball while others observe.
Description: Portrait of young Oscar Rennebohm in his World War I Navy uniform. Rennebohm interrupted his already successful career as the owner of the Badger Pharmacy...
Description: Factory workers assembling artillery or "machine gun" carts for the United States military during World War I at International Harvester's McCormick Works.
Description: French torpedoes (torpilles) shot by compressed gas.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: "Enlisted for Duration of The War. Help The National Egg Collection for the Wounded." Poster of a chicken wearing a red leg band and a sash with a symbol o...
Description: An unidentified East Coast warehouse full of food and supplies ready for shipment to the U.S. soldiers in France during World War I.
Description: View of a large group of people gathered for a Homecoming celebration. A young woman in the foreground is identified as Daisy Helen Hicken.
Date: date unknown
Description: A view of the assembled military men of Company E and the military band on a town street. Others stand and observe behind the formation of soldiers. On t...
Description: Philip La Follette (right), doing paperwork while in the Army during the First World War, 1918. He was a Second Lieutenant infantry instructor in Oklahoma.
Description: A French trench. Captioned: "Notice the workmanship on this French trench - and imagine the water in the springtime."
Description: Page from an International Harvester calendar promoting safety using themes from World War I. The title of calendar is "The World's Greatest Chance Taker!...
Description: Removed from the "New York Sun," March 21, 1918. Shows "where disloyalty in Wisconsin chiefly centres." Shaded areas indicate regions of suspected pro-Germ...
Description: World War I poster urging newly arrived immigrants to conserve food to aid the allied cause. The image shows people in ethnic costume being ushered into th...
Description: United States Navy recruitment poster. Depicts a woman in a naval uniform.
Description: A World War I observation balloon held Gulliver-like by its airship company. During World War I, balloons were positioned near the front so that observers...
Description: Mrs. H. L. (Charlotte) Gerber, escorted by Earl Heath, prepares to place a wreath in honor of World War I dead during ceremonies at the South Hamilton Stre...
Description: Soldiers parade with guns bearing American flags past Schuette Brothers clothing store at the corner of S. 8th and Jay Streets as spectators look on. There...
Description: Veterans of the 32nd "Red Arrow" Division honor Rev. Gustav Stearns, Milwaukee, who served as a chaplain with the 127th Infantry of the division during Wor...
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