American war posters from the First World War circa 1914-circa 1919 bulk 1917-1919


American war posters from the First World War circa 1914-circa 1919 bulk 1917-1919

American war posters, handbills, and broadsides created during the era of the First World War.

428 prints (posters) ; chiefly lithographs ; various sizes.



SNAC Resource ID: 6649743

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