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Urgent! The president has issued an urgent call for 70,000 recruits to complete the new regiments of infantry & field artillery, regular Army

Urgent! The president has issued an urgent call for 70,000 recruits to complete the new regiments of infantry & field artillery, regular Army

 
 
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U.S. Army recruiting poster showing men in civilian dress entering a recruiting office and exiting in military uniform, also gives locations of main recruiting station, sub-stations, and auxiliary stations, and notes that "railroad fare paid from sub-stations to main recruiting stations."
Poster caption continues: Single men - 18 to 40 - not engaged in occupations necessary to prosecution of the war are wanted before June 30 ; Pennsylvania must produce 7,000 real men at once.
Issued(?) by: Committee of Public Safety for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Military Service, South Penn Square, Philadelphia.

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01/01/1917
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