Lend the way they Fight, E. M. Ashe; Lend the way they Fight Buy Bonds to Your Utmost Here we have a Doughboy bayoneting a German offstage right with a grenade in left hand, German helmets below. Poster designer Ashe was noted for his industrial paintings, especially of steel mills. Through his friendship with Teddy Roosevelt, he became an artist in residence at the White House. This is his only known WW1 poster.
Follow the Flag - Enlist In The Navy, James Henry Daugherty. World War 1 original poster "Follow the Flag". Enlist in the Navy. U.S. Navy Recruting Station. The image is of a Sailor holding U.S. flag on shore and a battleship at sea behind him. He is holding the U. S. Flag. This bold, patriotic Recruiting Poster was printed by Carey Print Lith. in New York, and is "signed" by the artist "J. Daugherty.
Le Trait-D' Union, Leonetto Cappiello. "In the midst of World War 1, a patrotric group decided to publish Le Trait-D'Union, a daily publication intended to promote closer ties between France and Italy, and correctly believed that Cappiello would bee the ideal spokesman to publicize it. He envisions a man exhorting his countrymen to unity as he stands between the two flags" (from #271 Poster of Leonetto Cappiello / Rennert)