French Posters from World War I

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Soldiers of Alsace and Lorraine [44K JPEG]

Artist/Sponsor/Advertiser: Friant, Emile, artist
Title: Venez en aide aux soldats Alsaciens-Lorrains. Nancy: Lith. Berger-Levrault, [1916]
Physical Description: Lithograph (83.5 x 64.5 cm)
Translated Title: Come to the aid of the soldiers of Alsace and Lorraine.
Summary: Two men, one in a soldier’s uniform, the other in civilian clothing carrying a uniform. The men are waving to two girls (Alsace and Lorraine).
Note: Signed: E. Friant 1916
Call number: POS - Fr .F75, no. 2 (C size)
Reproduction number: LC-USZC2-4016 (color film copy slide)


Women working in a 

factory [55K JPEG]

Artist/Sponsor/Advertiser: Jonas, Lucien Hector, 1880-1947, artist
Title: Four years in the fight. The women of France, we owe them houses of cheer. United War Work Campaign. Y. W. C. A. New York: Strobridge Lith. Co., [1918]
Physical Description: Lithograph, color (107 x 72.5 cm)
Summary: Women working in a factory.
Note: Signed: L. Jonas
Call number: POS - Fr .J65, no. 12 (C size)
Reproduction number: LC-USZC2-4018 (color film copy slide)


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