From Litho Stone to Pentium Chip:
Interpreting Gender in U.S. World War I Posters

Exhibition Project for Gender Studies 103 (Spring 98)

Accession Numbers 95.3.13-18

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Anonymous 
Untitled (V), ca. 1914-1917 
offset lithograph mounted on board 
29 1/2  x  19 1/2 in. (sheet); 29 7/8 x 19 3/4 in. (board) 
95.3.13
 
Anonymous  
Untitled (The Spirit of America), ca. 1919  
offset lithograph mounted on board 
30 x 20  in. (sheet) 
95.3.14
 
Anonymous  
Untitled (Back our girls over there), ca. 1917-1920 
offset lithograph mounted on board 
26 5/8 x 19  in. (sheet) 
95.3.15
 
Anonymous (after Adolph Treidler) 
Untitled (Have you bought your bond?), ca. 1917-1920 
lithograph mounted on board 
25 7/8 x 25 1/4  in. (sheet) 
95.3.16
 
Anonymous 
Untitled (The Greatest mother in the world), ca. 1919 
lithograph mounted on board 
18 7/8 x 15 (sheet); 19 1/4 x 15 1/8 in. (board) 
95.3.17
Anonymous (after Dan Smith) 
Untitled (Then come with me), ca. 1917-20 
offset lithograph mounted on board 
27 7/8 x 18 7/8 in. (sheet) 
95.3.18

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