WW1 Photo Library: Library of Congress Photographs, Illustrations, and Posters

Images sourced from the Library of Congress, photographs, illustrations, and posters, complete with captions, about World War 1 and the GG Archives Online Exhibit.

America Calls: Enlist in the Navy World War 1 Poster.

America Calls: Enlist in the Navy World War 1 Poster. Library of Congress LC 2002712075. GGA Image ID # 187325c8ac

Bonus Army Stages Huge Demonstration at Empty Capitol, 2 July 1932.

Bonus Army Stages Huge Demonstration at Empty Capitol, 2 July 1932. Unaware That Congress Had Adjourned for the Holidays, Members of the Bonus Army, Lead by Their Newly Re-elected National Commander, Walter W. Waters, Marched to the Capitol Plaza and Staged a Monstrous Demonstration, on the Steps of the Empty US Capitol. The Photo Shows a Close-up of the Demonstrators and Their Banners. Photograph by Underwood & Underwood. Library of Congress LC 2016649901. GGA Image ID # 187363c117

Bonus Expeditionary Forces Marches on Washington DC, July 1932.

Bonus Expeditionary Forces Marches on Washington DC, July 1932. Library of Congress LC 2016649902. GGA Image ID # 18737ef2ad

Sheet Music Front Cover, Camp Dix by William L. Garner, 1918.

Sheet Music Front Cover, Camp Dix by William L. Garner, 1918. Library of Congress LC 2013566338. GGA Image ID # 18739bb236

Sales Poster from Collier's Weekly: Latest News and Pictures of the War -- Ten Cents, circa 1918.

Sales Poster from Collier's Weekly: Latest News and Pictures of the War -- Ten Cents, circa 1918. Library of Congress LC 2002706757. GGA Image ID # 1873f950d7

Follow the Boys in the Blue for Home and Country. Enlist in the Navy. World War 1 Poster circa 1916.

Follow the Boys in the Blue for Home and Country. Enlist in the Navy. World War 1 Poster circa 1916. US Navy Recruitment Poster Showing Civilian Men in Queue Receiving Their Navy Gear and Boarding a Battleship. Painted and Presented to the US Navy by George G. Wright. Library of Congress LC 00651871. GGA Image ID # 1874b59d37

Everyone Should Do His Bit -- Enlist Now Poster by Baron Low 1915.

Everyone Should Do His Bit -- Enlist Now Poster by Baron Low 1915. Poster Showing a Young Man in Uniform, Posed with a Drum, before a Wall Displaying Enlistment Posters by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee. Printed by Roberts & Leete. Library of Congress LC 2003663187. GGA Image ID # 1874d946ec

Exposition Des Dons Américains, 1916.

Exposition Des Dons Américains, 1916. Two French Women, One from Alsace and One from Lorraine Making Floral Wreaths. Translation of French: and Now Let's Weave Wreaths for Those We Are Waiting for and Also for Those Who Will Not Come Back. French Republic Ministry of War and Under-secretary of State for Maritime Transport United States, Canada, Latin America. Library of Congress LC 99613723. GGA Image ID # 187507f9c4

Fight or Buy Bonds -- Third Liberty Loan Poster, 1917.

Fight or Buy Bonds -- Third Liberty Loan Poster, 1917. Poster Showing a Woman in White Waving the American Flag, as Soldiers March behind Her. Artist: Howard Chandler Christy. Library of Congress LC 2002708939. GGA Image ID # 187516441f

World War 1 Poster Shows Uncle Sam Pointing at the Viewer, 1917.

World War 1 Poster Shows Uncle Sam Pointing at the Viewer, 1917. First Call - I Need You in the Navy This Minute! Our Country Will Always Be Proudest of Those Who Answered the First Call. Color Lithograph Poster by James Montgomery Flagg. Library of Congress LC 2002712332. GGA Image ID # 187572cf86

Front Cover of Puck Magazine -- No limit, 22 September 1909.

Front Cover of Puck Magazine -- No limit, 22 September 1909. Illustration by L.M. Glackens Shows a High-stakes Poker Game with Uncle Sam, William II, the German Emperor, Meiji, the Emperor of Japan, Armand Fallières, President of France, and Edward VII, King of Great Britain; The Emperor of Japan Is Raising the Bid by One Battleship. Published by Keppler & Schwarzmann, Puck Building. Library of Congress LC 2011647506. GGA Image ID # 187587e27d

Gee -- I Wish I Were a Man -- I'd Join the Navy -- Recruitment Poster, 1917.

Gee -- I Wish I Were a Man -- I'd Join the Navy -- Recruitment Poster, 1917. Be a Man and Do It! United States Navy Recruiting Station Poster Showing a Young Woman in a Navy Uniform. Created by Howard Chandler Christy. Library of Congress LC 2002712088. GGA Image ID # 187598010e

Sheet Music Front Cover, Get the Bonus for Your Solders True by Clarence J. Grogan, 1923.

Sheet Music Front Cover, Get the Bonus for Your Solders True by Clarence J. Grogan, 1923. Library of Congress LC 2013566818. GGA Image ID # 1875df4e61

"Hey Fellows!" Your Money Brings the Book We Need When We Want It American Library Association, United War Work Campaign, Week of November 11, 1918.

"Hey Fellows!" Your Money Brings the Book We Need When We Want It American Library Association, United War Work Campaign, Week of November 11, 1918. Poster Shows a Soldier Holding up a Book and Calling Out, "Hey Fellows!", With a Sailor Sitting on the Ground at His Feet, Reading. The Soldier Seems to Be Issuing a General Call to Both His Fellow Servicemen to Come Get Books, as Well as to His Fellow Countrymen to Contribute Funds to Make Books Available for the Men in the Armed Forces. Artist was John E. Sheridan. John E. Sheridan Promotes Literacy. The United War Work Campaign Set Out to Raise $170 Million in the Final Week of the War From November 11-18, 1918. of the Seven Participating Service Organizations That Collected Money for War Work at Home and Abroad, the American Library Association Focused Its Fundraising on Supplying Books and Magazines to the Soldiers. This Spirited Poster Was Created by John E. Sheridan Who Attended Georgetown College and Designed a Number of Posters Promoting Athletic Events at His Own, as Well as Other Colleges and Universities Before the War. Published 1918 Committee on Public Information, Division of Pictorial Publicity. National Archives LC 2002722568. GGA Image ID # 1875f9ef5d

"I Summon You to Comradeship in the Red Cross" - Woodrow Wilson, 1918.

"I Summon You to Comradeship in the Red Cross" - Woodrow Wilson, 1918. Poster Showing a Young Woman Clutching an American Flag as She Calls out, with Red Cross Symbol and US Capitol in Background. Created by Harrison Fisher. Published by American Lithographic Co. N.Y. Library of Congress LC 2002712070. GGA Image ID # 1876529725

I Want You for the Navy -- Promotion for Anyone Enlisting, Apply Any Recruiting Station or Postmaster, 1917.

I Want You for the Navy -- Promotion for Anyone Enlisting, Apply Any Recruiting Station or Postmaster, 1917. A Wave, Half-length, Standing, Facing Front. Created by Howard Chandler Christy, Artist. Library of Congress LC 92510150. GGA Image ID # 1876fe7c79

he USS Jacob Jones (DD-61), World War 1 Destroyer Sunk by German Submarine U-53 on 6 December 1917.

The USS Jacob Jones (DD-61), World War 1 Destroyer Sunk by German Submarine U-53 on 6 December 1917 with a Loss of 66 Men, Becoming the First United States Destroyer Sunk by Enemy Action. Jacob Jones Sank in Eight Minutes without Issuing a Distress Call; the German Submarine Commander, Kapitänleutnant Hans Rose, after Taking Two Badly Injured Jacob Jones Crewmen Aboard His Submarine, Radioed the US Base at Queenstown with the Coordinates for the Survivors. Photograph from Bain News Service. Library of Congress LC 2014700753. GGA Image ID # 18772ca6d3

He Is Getting Our Country's Signal - Are You? Join the Navy. For Information, Apply at Your Nearest Recruiting Station or Navy League Headquarters.

He Is Getting Our Country's Signal - Are You? Join the Navy. For Information, Apply at Your Nearest Recruiting Station or Navy League Headquarters. US Navy Recruitment Poster Showing Sailor with Signal Flag, circa 1916. Published by American Lithograph Co. of NY. Library of Congress LC 00651872. GGA Image ID # 18774dab2f

King George V inspecting American ship at Liverpool, 1917.

King George V inspecting American ship at Liverpool, 1917. Photograph shows American sailors saluting King George V of Great Britain during his visit to their troop transport ship the U.S.S. Finland, docked at Liverpool, England. Photograph from Bain News Services. Library of Congress LC 2014704814. GGA Image ID # 18776f17ae

Members of the "Bonus Expeditionary Force" Walking through the Muddy Streets of Camp Marks, Washington DC, 18 June 1932.

Members of the "Bonus Expeditionary Force" Walking through the Muddy Streets of Camp Marks, Washington DC, 18 June 1932. Photo by Underwood and Underwood. Library of Congress LC 2017648538. GGA Image ID # 187785e993

Naval Recruiting Office Decorated with World War I Posters, 1917.

Naval Recruiting Office Decorated with World War I Posters, 1917. Photograph Shows the Interior of a Recruiting Office for the US Navy with Several Well-dressed Young Men Filling out Forms and Waiting in Line behind a Woman Seated at a Large Desk, Possibly in Washington, DC; On the Walls Are Several Recruiting and Enlistment Posters "You, Wireless Fans, Help the Navy Get the Hun Submarine", "help Your Country! Enlist in the Navy. Navy Recruiting Station, ... Washington, Dc", "Gee!! I Wish I Were a Man. I'd Join the Navy", "Keep Him Free", and "A Wonderful Opportunity for You". Photograph Published by the National Photo Company. Library of Congress LC 2016645643. GGA Image ID # 1878212440

President Woodrow Wilson asking Congress to Declare War on Germany, 2 April 1917 for the Freedom of the World.

President Woodrow Wilson asking Congress to Declare War on Germany, 2 April 1917 for the Freedom of the World. Library of Congress LC 2002716887. GGA Image ID # 187843898f

Quarterdeck of Dreadnought Cleared for Action. Photograph Shows the HMS Dreadnought circa 1915.

Quarterdeck of Dreadnought Cleared for Action. Photograph Shows the HMS Dreadnought circa 1915. Photograph by Bain News Service. GGA Image ID # 1878782848

Railroad Car in Which Was Signed the Armistice, 11 November 1918.

Railroad Car in Which Was Signed the Armistice, 11 November 1918. Railroad Carriage of French Marshal Ferdinand Foch, in Which the Armistice Ending World War I Was Signed. Probably Depicts Its Location Between 1921 and 1927 When It Was on Display in the Cour Des Invalides in Paris. Photograph from American Colony (Jerusalem) Photo Department. Library of Congress LC 2019704473. GGA Image ID # 1878cdba62

Front Cover, When the Armistice Was Signed. Sheet Music Words by J. M. Benedick; Music by Leo Friedman.

Front Cover, When the Armistice Was Signed. Sheet Music Words by J. M. Benedick; Music by Leo Friedman. For Voice and Piano. Published by North American Music Company of Chicago, 1919. Library of Congress LCCN 2013566030. GGA Image ID # 1878ebe3e9

Stenographers! Washington Needs You!

Stenographers! Washington Needs You! Poster Shows a Woman Seated at a Desk with a Stenotype Machine; She Is Turned Away from the Viewer, Looking at the Silhouette of a Soldier and the Dome of US Capitol. Roy Hull Still Enlists the Help of Stenographers. In the Shadow of the US Capitol Building, a Soldier Shares the Stage with a Stenographer, Both Essential Cogs in the War Effort. The United States Needed More than Soldiers to Fight the War, Issuing Repeated Calls for Secretaries and Stenographers. Another Example in the Library's World War I Poster Collection Claims a Shortage of 5,000 Stenographers and Offers a Yearly Salary of $1,100. Nearly Sixty Years after the War Ended, the Female Stenographers Who Worked with the American Expeditionary Forces in France Were Granted Veteran Status by a 1977 Act of Congress. Published by Prudential Litho. Co., New York circa 1918. Library of Congress LC 2002722567. GGA Image ID # 187947558a

The Camp Library Is Yours - Read to Win the War.

The Camp Library Is Yours - Read to Win the War. Poster Showing a Soldier Reading. You Will Find Popular Books for Fighting Men in the Recreational Buildings and at Other Points in This Camp. Free. No Red Tape. Open Every Day. Good Reading Will Help You Advance. Library War Service, American Library Association. Charles Buckles Falls Promotes Literacy. US Military Officials, Concerned by Low Literacy Rates, Even among Native-born American Soldiers, Promoted Reading and Writing. The American Library Association Maintained Libraries for Servicemen Both at Home and Overseas through Its Library War Service Directed by Librarian of Congress Herbert Putnam. Artist Charles Buckles Falls, Who Signed This Poster with Only an "F, " Designed a Number of World War I Recruitment Posters, as well as Those Encouraging Americans to Donate Books and Soldiers to Use Camp Libraries. Between 1917 and 1920, Some Seven to Ten Million Books and Magazines Were Distributed. Created by Charles Buckles Falls, 1917. Sponsored by the American Library Association. Library of Congress LC 2002709066. GGA Image ID # 1879967b36

Under Four Flags the Third United States Official War Picture.

Under Four Flags the Third United States Official War Picture. Poster Showing Allied Soldiers Storming over the Crest of a Hill, Carrying Bayonets. "Unis Pour la Paix Avec la Victoire." Presented by Division of Films, Committee on Public Information, George Creel, chairman. Taken by the official photographers of the Allied armies. Distributed by World Film Corporation. Library of Congress LC 2002712079. GGA Image ID # 1879c839e1

US Soldiers Reviewed by King George V.

US Soldiers Reviewed by King George V. Photograph Shows American Soldiers Being Reviewed by George V (1865- 1936) during World War I. Photograph by Bain News Service, ca 1918. Library of Congress LC 2014707534. GGA Image ID # 1879d1b9c5

Veterans Stage Bonus Demonstration as Congress Struggles with Deficit, 8 April 1932.

Veterans Stage Bonus Demonstration as Congress Struggles with Deficit, 8 April 1932. Photograph Shows a Large Crowd of Members of the Bonus Expeditionary Forces, Band Members, Civilians, and Others on the East Plaza and Steps of the U.S. Capitol. Photograph by Underwood and Underwood, Washington. Library of Congress LC 2002719377. GGA Image ID # 1879dcdb4c

Americans all! Victory Liberty Loan.

Americans All! Victory Liberty Loan. Allegorical Female Figure of America, Standing in Front of American Flag, Holding Wreath Over "Honor Roll" Consisting of Last Names From Different Ethnic Groups. Created by Artist Howard Chandler Christy, 1919. Promotional Goal: U.S.J8. 1919. Library of Congress LC 97520325. GGA Image ID # 187a1e4a2d

Women Awake! Your Country Needs You--Learn to Be of National Service - Join the Navy League--Help the Navy - Local Headquarters.

Women Awake! Your Country Needs You--Learn to Be of National Service - Join the Navy League--Help the Navy - Local Headquarters. Woman in Uniform Holding Megaphone and Flag. Created by Andrew B. Graham Co. Lithographers,  Washington, D.C., 1916. Library of Congress LC 95503110. GGA Image ID # 187a66f5e2

Women Are Working Day & Night to Win the War.

Women Are Working Day & Night to Win the War. £25,000 Immediately Needed for the Women's War Time Fund to Provide Restrooms, Canteens & Hostels. Young Women's Christian Association. Poster Showing Women Working at a Lathe in a Factory Complex, with a YWCA Structure Visible through the Window. Created by Witherby & Co. London, 1915. Library of Congress LC 2003675265. GGA Image ID # 187a6f5706

You Are Making This Now. Service Series No. 74.

You Are Making This Now. Service Series No. 74. World War 1 Poster Showing a Soldier Pointing to Documents, "Service Record" and "Honorable Discharge." Created by Major Harry S. Mueller, US Infantry ca 1918. Originally Mounted with Other Service Series Posters. Library of Congress LC 2003663074. GGA Image ID # 187a9bf9ac

American Women in Glasgow Enrolled for Canteen and Hostess Duty under the Banner of the American Red Cross.

American Women in Glasgow Enrolled for Canteen and Hostess Duty under the Banner of the American Red Cross. Their Guests at the "club" Are Mainly Troops in Transit, Convalescent Americans from the Glasgow Hospitals, and Sailors in Port for a Few Days. Glasgow Has Been the Scene of Several Excellent Ball Games This Fall, Generally between Army and Navy Teams, and the Rival Camps Fraternize after the Game around the Canteen Counter or the Piano in the Clubrooms, circa 15 November 1918. Photograph by American National Red Cross. Library of Congress LC 2017675864. GGA Image ID # 188690d2b8

Adopted Children, September 1918. These Are All "Stars and Stripes" Children, Little French War-orphans, Adopted by American Soldiers and Sailors.

Adopted Children, September 1918. These Are All "Stars and Stripes" Children, Little French War-orphans, Adopted by American Soldiers and Sailors. They Are Proud of Their Lucky Chance to Be the Wards of the Americans and If They Are Old Enough to Go to School They Work Especially Hard so That Their Grandfathers May Be Well Satisfied with Them. If They Are Too Small to Go to School, They Keep Busy "mascotting" as Hard as They Can for Their "Good God-fathers". This Photo Shows the Group of the "Stars and Stripes" in the Refugee Colony at Caen. There, in an Old Château Built Originally by William the Conqueror, They Live in Barracks like Little Soldiers, Go to School, March and Sing the Soldier Songs of Fair Lorraine Which Is Their Home. the Director of the Colony M. Eugene Schmidt, Who Is Standing in the Center of the Group, Is Himself from Lorraine. He Has Given His Only Son to France and He Loves These Fatherless Children Almost as If They Were His Own. He Says: "Tell Those American Men Who Have Taken an Interest in These Little Waifs of the Great War That Every Heart in France Is Grateful to Them. the American Red Cross Administers the Funds for the Maintenance of All the Children Adopted by the American Troops. Photograph from American National Red Cross. Library of Congress LC 2017682096. GGA Image ID # 18866c07e4

Six Million Cheers - for Our Sailor Boys - the Best Ever!

Six Million Cheers - for Our Sailor Boys - the Best Ever! Poster Showing a Sailor Marching, Cheered on by "father Knickerbocker" Representing Manhattan, and Children Labeled Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, and Richmond. Color Lithograph Created 1918. Library of Congress LC 00652838. GGA Image ID # 18abf2f429

Soldiers-Sailors and Women Guests - Welcome to the YWCA Hostess House.

Soldiers-Sailors and Women Guests - Welcome to the YWCA Hostess House. Poster Showing a Soldier and a Sailor Shaking Hands, as a Woman Looks On. Lithograph Created by Artist Walter Tittle, 1917. Published by Rotoprint Gravure Co., New York. Library of Congress LC 2002722581. GGA Image ID # 1886649222

Two Unidentified Sailors Holding Copy of the Chicago Daily Tribune with the Headline "Great War Ends."

Two Unidentified Sailors Holding Copy of the Chicago Daily Tribune with the Headline "Great War Ends." Photograph by Theodore Kiriacopulos, Chicago. Published 1918. Library of Congress LC 2018648125. GGA Image ID # 18865e3a17

The Navy Needs You! Don't Read American History - Make It!

The Navy Needs You! Don't Read American History - Make It! U.S. Navy Recruiting Station, 34 East 23rd St., New York. Poster Showing a Sailor Taking a Man in a Suit by the Shoulder, and Gesturing toward Battle Ships at Sea and a Figure of Liberty Waving the American Flag. Lithograph by James Montgomery Flagg. Published by The H. C. Miner Litho. Co., New York, 1917. The Mayor's Committee on National Defense, Recruiting Committee. Library of Congress LC 2001700115. GGA Image ID # 1885bf713a

What the Navy Is Doing - Training Young Americans Four Sure Things in the Navy - Pay, Health, Training, Travel.

What the Navy Is Doing - Training Young Americans Four Sure Things in the Navy - Pay, Health, Training, Travel. Poster Showing Sailors at Sea with an American Flag. Color Lithograph Created by Joseph Christian Leyendecker, 1918. Training Young Americans Our Navy Is One of the Best Agencies for the Proper Development of Young Men because of Its Combination of Manual and Physical Training and the Opportunities for Self Education and Advancement. the Broadening Effects of Travel and the Association with Men from All Parts of the United States Are Additional Benefits from Service in the Navy That Help a Man to Hit His Stride. Thousands of Men in Civil Life Owe Their Present Success to the Training They Received in the Navy, Where Their Ability to Get Results and to Lead Men Was Discovered and Developed. 354 NRB—17201—11-7-34—8M. Library of Congress LC 2002719777. GGA Image ID # 18853950bf

Come along - Learn Something, See Something in the US Navy Ample Shore Leave for Inland Sights.

Come along - Learn Something, See Something in the US Navy Ample Shore Leave for Inland Sights. Poster Showing Two Sailors as Tourists in South America, Riding and Feeding Bananas to a Llama. Painted by James H. Daugherty. Published By Press Navy Recruiting Bureau, NY, 1919. Poster stamped at bottom: U.S. Navy Recruiting Station, Law Building, 9th & Market Sts., Wilmington, Delaware. Library of Congress LC 2002709071. GGA Image ID # 1885202f3d

Welcome Home. Poster Showing a Soldier and a Sailor Holding a Large Star.

Welcome Home. Poster Showing a Soldier and a Sailor Holding a Large Star. Published by Philadelphia Public Ledger Supplement, Sunday, 15 December 1918. Library of Congress LC 2002722587. GGA Image ID # 1884ddee98

He Is Getting Our Country's Signal - Are You? Join the Navy.

He Is Getting Our Country's Signal - Are You? Join the Navy. For Information Apply at Your Nearest Recruiting Station or Navy League Headquarters. US Navy Recruitment Poster Showing Sailor with Signal Flag. Published by the American Lithograph Co., New York, ca 1916. Library of Congress LC 00651872. GGA Image ID # 18ac3c4fa3

Columbia Calls--Enlist Now for US Army -- Nearest Recruiting Station.

Columbia Calls--Enlist Now for US Army -- Nearest Recruiting Station. Print Shows Columbia Holding a Flag and a Sword While Standing on North America on Top of a Globe. Includes Text of a Poem by Halsted in the Lower Right Corner. Painted by Vincent Aderente, Designed by Frances Adams Halsted. Published c1916. Frances Adams Halsted (designer) and Vincente Aderente (painter) Create Columbia Calls. Convinced That War with Germany Was Inevitable, Frances Adams Halsted Wrote Her Poem, Columbia Calls, in 1916. After America Entered the War on April 6, 1917, Halsted Donated Both Her Poem and Accompanying Image Design to the US War Department. Three Months Later, the New York times Announced Plans to Print 500, 000 Copies as a Poster, Intending to Use the Proceeds to Establish a Home for Orphaned Children of American Soldiers and Sailors. Painter Vincent Aderente, Who Executed Halsted's Design, Had Emigrated from Italy at Age Six, Studied at the Art Students League in New York City, and Served as an Assistant to Muralist Edwin Howland Blashfield. Library of Congress LC 95506508. GGA Image ID # 1883e93b39

Buy a Liberty Bond - 3rd Liberty Loan. Photograph Shows a Poster of Girl Wearing a Sailor Suit with Hand Cupped to Side of Mouth.

Buy a Liberty Bond - 3rd Liberty Loan. Photograph Shows a Poster of Girl Wearing a Sailor Suit with Hand Cupped to Side of Mouth. Poster © 1918 by Schaefer Ross Co., Inc., Rochester, NY. Library of Congress LC 2007683070. GGA Image ID # 18848bcfa0

Floyd P. Gibbons, War Correspondent for the Chicago Tribune, Shown Standing After Being Wounded. Photograph by Harris & Ewing, 1918.

Floyd P. Gibbons, War Correspondent for the Chicago Tribune, Shown Standing After Being Wounded. Photograph by Harris & Ewing, 1918. Library of Congress LC 2016869466. GGA Image ID # 1883e4f659

Will You Supply Eyes for the Navy? Navy Ships Need Binoculars and Spy-Glasses.

Will You Supply Eyes for the Navy? Navy Ships Need Binoculars and Spy-Glasses. Glasses Will Be Returned at Termination War, If Possible. One Dollar Will Be Paid for Each One Accepted. Tag Each Article with Your Name and Address and Express or Mail to Hon. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Assistant Secretary of Navy, c/o Naval Observatory-Washington DC. Will You Help Us "Stand Watch" on a Destroyer? Created by Gordon Grant, Artist. Published by Sackett & Wilhelms Corporation, New York, 1917. Library of Congress, LC 2002712343. GGA Image ID # 18b89b719a

Joint Resolution Declaring That a State of War Exists Between the Imperial German Government and the Government and the People of the United States and Making Provision to Prosecute the Same. 6 April 1917.

Joint Resolution Declaring That a State of War Exists Between the Imperial German Government and the Government and the People of the United States and Making Provision to Prosecute the Same. 6 April 1917. Library of Congress. Statues at Large: The Law Library of Congress Has Digitized This Collection of Laws Passed by the United States Congress and Aims to Make Historic Statutes at Large Increasingly More Accessible to the Public in This Ongoing Project. GGA Image ID # 18b12ec27e

Yeomen (f) Welcoming the Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels, on Return to Washington from Overseas, New Navy Building, Washington, D.c., May 19, 1919.

Yeomen (f) Welcoming the Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels, on Return to Washington from Overseas, New Navy Building, Washington, DC, 19 May 1919. Panoramic Photograph from Library of Congress LC # 2007664337. GGA Image ID # 18cfad3130

Left Panel of Yeomen (f) Welcoming the Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels, on Return to Washington from Overseas, New Navy Building, Washington, D.c., May 19, 1919.

Left Panel of Yeomen (f) Welcoming the Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels, on Return to Washington from Overseas, New Navy Building, Washington, DC, 19 May 1919. Panoramic Photograph from Library of Congress LC # 2007664337. GGA Image ID # 18cfb87ea7

Center Panel of Yeomen (f) Welcoming the Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels, on Return to Washington from Overseas, New Navy Building, Washington, DC, 19 May 1919.

Center Panel of Yeomen (f) Welcoming the Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels, on Return to Washington from Overseas, New Navy Building, Washington, DC, 19 May 1919. Panoramic Photograph from Library of Congress LC # 2007664337. GGA Image ID # 1906b00f55

Right Panel of Yeomen (f) Welcoming the Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels, on Return to Washington from Overseas, New Navy Building, Washington, DC, 19 May 1919.

Right Panel of Yeomen (f) Welcoming the Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels, on Return to Washington from Overseas, New Navy Building, Washington, DC, 19 May 1919. Panoramic Photograph from Library of Congress LC # 2007664337. GGA Image ID # 18cfebc39f

Rear Admiral Victor Blue, USN; Chief Bureau of Navigation Reviewing Yeomen (f) - 1919.

Rear Admiral Victor Blue, USN; Chief Bureau of Navigation Reviewing Yeomen (f) - 1919. Photograph © Harris & Ewing. National Archives, LC # 2016869728. GGA Image ID # 18cfed5d64

Joy Bright Hancock, Yeoman First Class, USNR

Joy Bright Hancock, Yeoman First Class, USNR, half-length portrait, facing front, body turned to left profile, wearing uniform, February 1918. Official U.S. Navy Photograph. Library of Congress, LC # 2002713059. GGA Image ID # 18d03892ed

Red Cross Nurses Serving Food To Soldiers in Hospital, During Christmas Season, c1918.

Red Cross Nurses Serving Food To Soldiers in Hospital, During Christmas Season, c1918. Photograph © National Photo Company. Library of Congress, LC # 93505082. GGA Image ID # 18d09d854b

Woman in the Red Cross Commission's Warehouses at Rotterdam, Holland Giving American Canned Food To Refugees, c1918.

Woman in the Red Cross Commission's Warehouses at Rotterdam, Holland Giving American Canned Food To Refugees, c1918. Photograph © Harris & Ewing, Washington, DC. Library of Congress, LC # 95502513. GGA Image ID # 18d0bd0cf0

Navy Girls on Review.

Navy Girls on Review. Photograph Shows World War I Navy "Yeoman (F)" Women Lined up Outdoors, With What Might Be the Washington Monument Behind Them, National Mall, Washington, DC. Photograph © National Photo Company. Library of Congress, LC # 96501196. GGA Image ID # 18d0d5c62b

Don't Wait for the Draft--volunteer. Poster Showing Uncle Sam, against a Backdrop of Troops and the American Flag, Offering a Rifle, 1917.

Don't Wait for the Draft--volunteer. Poster Showing Uncle Sam, against a Backdrop of Troops and the American Flag, Offering a Rifle, 1917. Color Lithograph Compliments of Joseph H. Tooker. Associated Motion Picture Advertisers, Inc. Poster No. 3. Library of Congress, LC # 2001700146. GGA Image ID # 18daaeaaff

If you want to fight! Join the Marines.

If you want to fight! Join the Marines. 1915 Poster Showing Half-length Portrait of a Woman in Military Uniform, and a Trench Warfare Scene with Troops Carrying the US Flag and the Flag of the Marines. Halftone Photomechanical Print War Poster by Howard Chandler Christy, Artist. Library of Congress, LC # 95500952. GGA Image ID # 18e03fbf33

Join [Red Cross Symbol] - America's Answer to Humanity's Challenge.

Join [Red Cross Symbol] - America's Answer to Humanity's Challenge. Poster Showing a Red Cross Nurse Gesturing in Front of an American Flag, 1917. Created by Hayden Hayden, Artist. Published by Snyder & Black, Inc. New York. Color Lithographic War Poster. American Red Cross. Library of Congress, LC # 2002711989. GGA Image ID # 18e0ce44cb

One of the Thousand YMCA girls in France--United War Work Campaign November 11th to 18th, 1918.

One of the Thousand YMCA girls in France--United War Work Campaign November 11th to 18th, 1918. Poster Showing a Woman in a YMCA Uniform Offering a Steaming Cup of Coffee and Books; Large Red Triangle Is behind Her. Neysa McMein, Artist. Library of Congress, LC # 95506520. GGA Image ID # 18e1022a12

YWCA in Service for the Girls of the World.

YWCA in Service for the Girls of the World. Head-and-Shoulders of Young Woman in Front of YWCA Insignia. Neysa McMein, Artist. Published by American Lithographic Company, New York, 1919. Library of Congress, LC # 93502256. GGA Image ID # 18e166675a

Pershing's Crusaders--Auspices of the United States Government.

Pershing's Crusaders--Auspices of the United States Government. Poster Showing Pershing Leading Troops, with Spirits of Crusaders Floating Above. The First Official American War Picture, Taken by US Signal Corps and Navy Photographers. Published by the H. C. Miner Lithographic Company, New York, 1918. Library of Congress, LC # 2002712072. GGA Image ID # 18e23815a1

Back Our Girls over There United War Work Campaign, 1918.

Back Our Girls over There United War Work Campaign, 1918. YWCA Poster for the United War Work Campaign Showing a Young Woman Seated at a Switchboard with Soldiers in the Background. Clarence F. Underwood, Artist. Library of Congress, LC # 93510431. GGA Image ID # 18e26d0369

US Marines - First to Fight for Democracy, 1917.

US Marines - First to Fight for Democracy, 1917. US Marines Recruitment Poster Showing Marines Firing Artillery from a Ship. Leon Alaric Shafer, Artist. Library of Congress, LC # 00652142. GGA Image ID # 18e26e6ec1

Spirit of 1917--Join the United States Marines and Be First in Defense on Land or Sea.

Spirit of 1917--Join the United States Marines and Be First in Defense on Land or Sea. US Marine Color Guard Leading the Advance. Color Lithograph ca 1917. Library of Congress, LC # 95501511. GGA Image ID # 18e2769f82

Honor the brave Memorial Day, May 30, 1917.

Honor the brave Memorial Day, May 30, 1917. Poster Showing Veterans in a Memorial Day Parade. Color Lithograph Poster In Memory of American Soldiers of the Wars of 1775-1783, 1812-1814, 1846-1847, 1861-1865, 1898. Library of Congress, LC # 00652857. GGA Image ID # 18e2ed156c

Register June 5th, 1917. Poster Showing Uncle Sam Brandishing a Quill Pen before a Cheering Crowd.

Register June 5th, 1917. Poster Showing Uncle Sam Brandishing a Quill Pen before a Cheering Crowd. Created by Philadelphia: Committee of Public Safety of Pennsylvania, Department of Military Service. Arthur William Colen, Artist. Published by The Colonial Press, Philadelphia. Library of Congress, LC # 2001699911. GGA Image ID # 18e31301c1

Group of "Hello Girls" Standing in Front of a Building in France, ca 1918.

Group of "Hello Girls" Standing in Front of a Building in France, ca 1918. Photograph by Bain News Service. Library of Congress, LC # 2014706868. GGA Image ID # 191ea79cb0

Historical Map American Expeditionary Force, Plan of the City of Paris.

Historical Map American Expeditionary Force, Plan of the City of Paris -- from Home Ports to War Zone -- the Meuse-argonne Drive -- the St. Mihiel Salient. Includes Textual Material: High Points of the World Conflict--the Path of War. Includes Graph and Color Illustrations, including Map Border Consisting of Badges of the Combat Divisions. Pittsburgh: Herbick & Held Printing Company, 1932. United States Army/American Expeditionary Force. Library of Congress, LC # 2003627001. GGA Image ID # 191ef98ca8

For Every Fighter a Woman Worker YWCA: Back Our Second Line of Defense.

For Every Fighter a Woman Worker YWCA: Back Our Second Line of Defense. Poster Showing a Parade of Women Workers Wearing Uniforms Appropriate for Specific Jobs. United War Work Campaign Color Lithograph War Poster Designed by Ernest Hamlin Baker. Published by The United States Printing & Lithographic Company, 1918. Library of Congress, LC # 98507935. GGA Image ID # 191f2a58ba

Oh, Boy! That's the Girl! The Salvation Army Lassie.

Oh, Boy! That's the Girl! The Salvation Army Lassie. Poster Showing a Young Woman in Uniform Carrying a Tray of Doughnuts, and a Soldier with a Doughnut Gesturing toward Her Approvingly. United War Work Campaign Poster Created by George Mather Richards for the United States Committee on Public Information, Division of Pictorial Publicity. Published New York: the Sackett & Wilhelms Corporation, 1918. Library of Congress, LC # 2002719418. GGA Image ID # 191f5d40f0

Motor Transport Corps Training School Earn While You Learn.

Motor Transport Corps Training School Earn While You Learn. U.S. Army Motor Transport Corps Recruiting Poster Showing Two Men Working in an Auto Repair Shop, Also Shows Truck from the Army Motor Transport Corps. Drawn by Sgt. E.R. Euler, MTC, 1919. Library of Congress LC # 00651837. GGA Image ID # 1970a078a0

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