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Prints, advertising; Image of a boy in silhouette pushing a farm plow in the foreground, with a battle scene in the background depicting two soldiers arming a canon amid the ruins of a church, with smoke and fire; the poster promotes the United States Boys' Working Reserve during World War I. Date supplied by cataloger based on history of the program; the United States Department of Labor organized the Boys' Working Reserve in 1917. "Adolph Treidler"--text, artist's signature in stone, bottom right of image. "Government Printing Office: Washington"--text, bottom left margin. "U.S. Department of Labor"--text, bottom right margin. "Apply [blank]"-text, bottom left margin.
1 lithograph : color printed ; overall 100.49 x 75.41 cm (39 9/16 x 29 11/16 in.)
Advertising--Recruiting and enlistment Agriculture--Pictorial works Battlefields--Pictorial works Boys--Pictorial works Ruins--Pictorial works World War, 1914-1918--Recruiting & enlistment--United States World War, 1914-1918--War work--United States United States. Department of Labor Lithographs--Color--1900-1925. (gmgpc) War posters--American--1910-1920. (gmgpc)
Huntington Collection World War I Your Country Calls Prints and Ephemera, Huntington Digital Library