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Sidney [Riesenberg?] Jewish Welfare
"Civilians" charcoal

Burton Rice [[Sathder were convinced?]]
"See Him Through"

John Sheridan

Adolf Tweedler [?] For Every [[Figher?]] a Woman Worker girl in overalls YWCA girl
holding small air plane & shell
YMCA the schools Radio Tractor & Tranks
EBB
Ernest Hawkins Baker   United Services
"United"
behind the [[Service?]] Star
fires beyond with banners
line of troops in sun small in distance
good idea [[two illegible words?]]

Albert Hurter "His Home Over There" with red lights of hut

Sam Woolf part of series YMCA.
not very good for [[having lull?]]
lacking [[bemness?]]

Clarence Underwood
   Back our girls over there
   telephone girl Troops marching outside the window

Edw Penfelds
Victory Girls  girl plowing

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Leone Brackers  'Keep' Em Smiling

Neyra [[McMeigs?]] pretty YMCA girl
    Doughboy and doughnut girl
    Oh Boy That's the Girl

[[sketch]]

the businessmen.  The great moment of the leveling had come.  Every body counted  On came the impromptu procession with their beating cans and [[shoals?]] of flags.  But here is a bit of tragic tableaux - Here comes a small solemn procession a group of dark poor looking men solemn serious and they ar [[carrying?]] along a framed portrait of a dark man a man with a beard.  For a moment this procession of almost funeral solemnity in the midst of so much gayety made a great impression. The marchers were silent - They merely carried aloft this portrait of their hero.  Who was it.  I surmise it to be a father of socialism

Transcription Notes:
Here is a link to Albert Herter's "YMCA His Home Over There": http://www.great-republic.com/collections/eddie-birthday/products/ymca-his-home-over-there-ww-i-patriotic-poster Here is a link to Underwoods poster, Back our Girls: http://www.learnnc.org/lp/editions/ww1posters/5078 Here is a link to Oh Boy That's the Girl: http://iconosquare.com/p/1119098342258133635_2259000401

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