World War I Recruiting Posters, Six: Isaac Brewster Hazelton (1875-1943). Men Wanted for the Army, Advancing foot soldiers charge through a tawny field, lithograph on paper, with space at the foot to add the recruiting station, mounted on linen, tacked to a wooden stay at the bottom only, 1914; 29 3/4 x 40 1/2 in.; another copy, lithograph on paper, with space at the foot to add the recruiting station, mounted on linen, tacked to a wooden stays at the top and bottom, 1914; 29 3/4 x 40 1/2 in.; Gee!! I Wish I Were a Man, I'd Join the Navy, Howard Chandler Christy (1873-1952), Lithograph on paper, wrapped on foam core, with some old folds and marginal tears, with the stamp of the recruiting station.
Christy's iconic image of the would-be female sailor, with energetic painterly text in red and blue; Over The Top! Sidney H. Riesenberg (1885-1971), formerly rolled, some damage; another copy of the same poster; and Our Daddy Is Fighting, by Dewey, formerly rolled, some damage. (6)
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