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Title
Join the Army Air Service be an American eagle!
Creator
Bull, Charles Livingston, 1874-1932, artist
Alpha Litho Co., printer
Date Created and/or Issued
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Collection
Prints and Ephemera
Rights Information
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Description
Prints, advertising; Image of a bald eagle and a black eagle (symbols of the United States and Germany) fighting in the sky with talons outstretched; biplanes fly in the background; the poster encourages men to enlist in the United States Army during World War I.
Date supplied by cataloger based on U.S. recruitment timeframe during World War I. "Alpha Litho Co. Inc. N.Y."--text, bottom right margin. "Charles Livingston Bull"--text, bottom left margin. "Consult your local draft board. Read the illustrated / booklet at any recruiting office, or write to the Chief / Signal Officer of the Army, Washington, D.C."--text, bottom center of image.
Type
image
Extent
1 lithograph : color printed ; overall 68.26 x 51.91 cm (26 7/8 x 20 7/16 in.)
Identifier
priWWI_S_47
414747
http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p9539coll1/id/23596
Subject
Advertising--Recruiting and enlistment
Air warfare--Pictorial works
Birds--Pictorial works
Eagles--Pictorial works
World War, 1914-1918--Recruiting & enlistment--United States
United States. Army. Air Service
Lithographs--Color--1900-1925. (gmgpc)
War posters--American--1910-1920. (gmgpc)
Source
Huntington Collection
World War I
Your Country Calls
Prints and Ephemera, Huntington Digital Library

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