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Billboard Opposite Union Station, Washington, D.C.
Billboard Opposite Union Station, Washington, D.C.
TitleBillboard Opposite Union Station, Washington, D.C.
Digitized MaterialBlack and white lantern slides
Coverage-Yearc. 1918
Coverage-SpatialWashington, District of Columbia
SubjectLibrary War Service
World War I
Post-Service Employment
DescriptionGlass plate slide of a billboard with an advertisement. Image depicts a sailor, possibly a factory worker, and an army serviceman with linked arms, marching towards a sign which reads: Back to the Job. Knowledge WINS on Pay Day. Use your Camp and Public Library. The backgroup behind the texts appears to be a dock and warehouses. The sign above the billboard has the company name of "Thos. Cusack Co."
ThemeWar Service Photographs and Slides, 1917-20
WorkDimensions-Measurements10.0 x 8.2 cm
Resource IdentifierALA0001308
CopyrightEfforts by the University of Illinois to locate an heir of the creator or a holder of the copyright to the materials were unsuccessful. If you know of a verifiable copyright holder for this item or if you have any question regarding the publication rights, please contact the American Library Association Archives (
Physical LocationRS 89/1/13, Box 3, Group #8 - Publicity
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