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    War Propaganda Poster (YWCA, 1910s). World War I Poster (30" X 41") "For Every Fighter a Woman Worker". War. The United States Government and other private organizations created the United War Campaign as America entered World War One. The purpose of the campaign was to encourage support for the war effort. The United States was entering the modern age, one in which women became more than just supporters, they became workers too. This poster and many others like it were put up at workplaces and all over so that people would not forget to support their country. An unrestored poster that may be slightly brittle due to age, show some paper loss or staining, very minor tape stains, writing in an unobtrusive place, and/or some very slight fading to colors. It is most likely in need of some degree of work or restoration. The poster has been laminated and has two grommets in the upper border. Grades on all restored items are pre-restoration grades; Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Artwork by Adolph Triedler. Folded, Very Good-.

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