World War I Posters, ca. 1917 *JMU Records*
Repository: Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University
Title: World War I Posters, ca. 1917
Collection No.: UA 0038
Extent: 1 folder; .38 cubic feet
Abstract: The collection is comprised of two World War I posters used at the State Normal School for Women at Harrisonburg, ca. 1917: "Stars and Stripes Forever," and a poster advertising enrollment to the State Normal School for Women in order to support the war effort.
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Preferred Citation: [identification of item], [box #, folder #], World War I Posters, ca. 1917, UA 0038, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.
Acquisition Information: Posters were in the cage at the time of founding. Posters were originally folded and
stored with the Lanier, Lee and YMCA bound posters, in collections UA 0026, UA 0027,
and UA 0028, respectively.
Scope and Content:
The collection is comprised of two posters related to World War I. "Stars and Stripes Forever" contains the images of George Washington, Woodrow Wilson, and Abraham Lincoln. "Enlist Young Women Now! Your Country and Your State Call You! Great Need for More Trained Teachers," advertises the State Normal School for women at Harrisonburg, and contains a quote by U.S. Commissioner of Education, Dr. P.P. Claxton.
Posters are housed in a folder.
Box : Folder
|World War I posters, ca. 1917||
Compiled by: Sarah Roth-Mullet, March 2018