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The father of our country appealed for soldiers as follows [...] Do as our forefathers did in 1776--Enlist--Army recruiting office open day and night.

The father of our country appealed for soldiers as follows [...] Do as our forefathers did in 1776--Enlist--Army recruiting office open day and night.

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Poster showing a Revolutionary era broadside soliciting volunteers to "join the troops, now raising under General Washington." The broadside is illustrated with instructional figures demonstrating the handling of a rifle.
Forms part of: Willard and Dorothy Straight Collection.

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01/01/1917
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