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Survey Form Number: 689

Handwritten Number:

SI-Assigned Tracking No.: 3

Different Language Version of nos.:

Nos.:

Duplicate of No.: 2776

Condition Differs:

Time Period: World War One

Nationality of Issuing Organization: U.S.

Other:

Issuing Organization/Creator: United States Navy, N.Y. City

Series Information: N/A

Locale Information: N/A

Date:

Begin (YYYY-MM-DD):

End (YYYY-MM-DD):

Purpose: Recruiting and Enlistment

Other:

Organization/Service for which Issued: United States Navy

Genre: Poster

Other:

No. of Pieces:

Size:

Height:

Width:

Size: 1/2

Opening Words: A Wonderful Opportunity For You ...

Translation:

Language: English

Other:

Physical Description: Multi-color

Artist(s):

Artist(s): Ruttan

Main Image: Sailor with personal luggage

Other Image(s): Silhouette of ship

Printing Info:

Printing Info: None

Printer: N/A

Other Printing Info.: N/A

Printing Date: N/A

Begin (YYYY-MM-DD):

End (YYYY-MM-DD):

Printing Place: N/A

INFO STAMPED ON POSTER:

"Specimen of British War Literature ...":

Princeton Donor/Number: N/A

Other Donor Info.:

Mrs. Van S. Merle-Smith: Yes

Condition: Good

Condition Details:

Other:

Accession/Non-Accession Number: 1990.3118

Negative Number:

Collection Name: Princeton University Posters Collection (AC #433)

SITE:

Map Case: 1

Drawer: 1

Folder: 1

Box:

Folder:

Comments:

Cataloger:

Name: K. Jacobsen

Date: 6/26/91

Begin (YYYY-MM-DD): 1991-06-12

End (YYYY-MM-DD): 1991-06-26


Transcription Notes:
[[margin note, page 1]] Color; Height [[underline]] 71 [[/underline]] cm; Width [[underline]] 52.5 [[/underline]] cm [[/margin note, page 1]] Selected Multi-colored based on the margin note 'color'. Dimensions where also taken from the margin note.

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