Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Two Civil War posters and fliers pertaining to the recruitment and organization of supplies for Wisconsin soldiers. Included in the collection is a copy of a poster asking for volunteers to join the Madison Zouaves. The poster provides information about the unit, where to enlist, and mentions better pay than being drafted. Also featured is a flyer asking for donated supplies that would be sent to Wisconsin soldiers who had fought at the Battle of Shiloh. The flyer, issued from Milwaukee on April 9, 1862, states that Governor Louis Harvey had asked that boxes of supplies, such as pillow cases, bandages, and linens, be donated to send to the wounded and sick
New York State Historical Documents
Posters from the U.S., Great Britain and France, published during World Wars I and II. Subjects include conservation, war bonds, recruiting, and home front activities
North Central College - Oesterle Library
Don't Waste Bread! Save two thick slices everyday and defeat the 'U' boat -- Boys and Girls! You can help your Uncle Sam win the war. Save your quarters. Buy War Savings Stamps -- Gehenna Apartments to let: "Times are hard Your Majesty/You leave us nothing to do" -- These women are doing their bit. Learn to make munitions -- Armenia's Day. Wednesday, June 13, 1917, in aid of the Armenian Refugees (Lord Mayor's) Fund -- Women of Britain say:"Go!" -- Help stop this. Buy W.S.S. & keep him out of America. Salemen's War Savings Drive -- More aeroplanes are needed. Women come and help! Free training and maintenance allowances. Apply at once -- The Great War, 1871-1939, Allied Powers/Central Powers
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Posters from World War I and World War II. Majority are American but there are a few from Canada, France and England. Subjects include recruitment, fund-raising (war chest, savings bonds, chocolate fund), civil defense, and more. Organizations represented include the Red Cross; U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps; American Expeditionary Force; various relief committees; more.
New-York Historical Society
The Civil War posters collection consists of a total of 466 items. Of this total, 275 are recruiting posters; 31 are posters advertising auctions, drives, meetings; and the remaining 160 items refer to deserter lists, muster rolls, and various other announcements and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Civil War. The recruiting posters represent a variety of Civil War regiments from the states of Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania in the areas of artillery, cavalry, and infantry. Most of the recruiting posters come from New York followed by New Jersey and Pennsylvania in the areas of artillery, cavalry, and infantry. Also noted on many recruiting posters are the types of men desired. These desired men may have been African Americans, Germans (11 are written in German), Irish, married or single men. The iconography of the recruiting posters also makes them quite distinct. Icons, in color and black and white, depict the spreading wings of an eagle with ... Read More
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The Historical Society includes among its holdings a collection of over 500 original World War I and World War II posters. The World War I series includes a number of Liberty Loan, American National Red Cross, and the U.S. Food Administration posters, while the World War II group includes American home front posters, many published by the Office of War Information. Other organizations represented in the collection include the War Production Board, the U.S. Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Coast Guard Women's Reserve ("Spars"), the Y.W.C.A., the Women's Land Army, as well as branches of the U.S. military. War bonds, rationing, enlistment, vigilance, and conservation of resources are all topics treated by these artworks. The collection includes posters by such famous artists as Albert Dorne, James Montgomery Flagg, E. McKnight Kauffer, David Stone Martin, Norman Rockwell, Ben Shan, and Frederick Siebel
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Posters from World War I, World War II and the Vietnam War. Majority are American but there are a few from France, Canada, Italy and England as well. Subjects include recruitment, fund-raising, civil defense, morale-building and more. Organizations represented include the Red Cross; U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps; various relief committees; more.
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Posters issued during the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939, featuring quotations from leaders, appeals for aid, and the International Brigade
University of California, Berkeley
Posters, informational broadsides, window placards, decals, and other printed ephemera produced in the United States in support of war efforts during World War Two. The majority are on themes of patriotism, bond drives, war production, and other civilian activities in support of the war. Other themes include anti-espionage, anti-Axis propaganda, rationing, scrap drives, international relations and support for Allies. About two dozen military recruiting posters are included
University of California, Berkeley
American war posters created during the era of the First World War. Collection contains many posters for Liberty Bonds (second through fifth Liberty Loans, Victory Loan, War Savings Stamps, etc.), drives by the American Red Cross, the YMCA and YWCA, United War Work agencies, the US Food Administration, Near East Relief, and a relatively small number of Navy and Marines recruiting posters. The majority are posters, but some smaller formats such as handbills and broadsides are also present