She's a swell plane - give us more!
New York War Camp Community Service
Issued to Helen Mills on July 15, 1919.
United States Treasury War Service
To Alfred E. Smith W.S.S.
Watch Cap (U. S. Navy)
Man's "V" Neck Sweater Sleeveless
Cap-Muffler For Service Men
Muffler (U. S. Army)
The General Committee of the United War Work Campaign
Thank you letter to J. Clarence Davies from John R. Mott, Director General.
Aluminum for Britain
Motor Corps of America
"Rosie the Riveter," muted blue wool jumpsuit
Muted blue wool treated gabardine jumpsuit; convertible collar; long barrel sleeves; front panels double...
Dorothea Harnecker Momsen - Summer of 1917
Dorothea A. Harnecker, New York, N.Y.
Certificate of Cooperation
Issued to Mahia Stavrula for assistance in making fur-lined vests to be distributed to the Merchant Marine...
"The Spirit of Woman-Power"
Women - Serve Your Country Where You Can. Register April 27-May 4. Woman's Committee of Council of National...
Civilian Defense Volunteer Organization
Helmet (For Service Men)
Wristlets (For Service Men)
United War Work Campaign
November 21, 1918
United War Work Campaign, Inc.
Bronx Division. Organization as of November 6, 1918
Front Line of City Defense
Join the City Patrol Corps today!
All-Purpose Gold Corporation
Main office and factory, 320 Bridge Street.
Volunteer for the Stage Women's War Relief signing a vest.
Women campaigning for War Bonds and women in the workplace, W.W.I.
Motor Corps of America, Motor Ambulance and Four Ladies.
[Red Cross Workers at Riverside Theatre, May 26th 1918.]
"Rosie the Riveter" summer jumpsuit in synthetic blue broadcloth
"Rosie the Riveter" summer jumpsuit in lightweight blue synthetic broadcloth; straight with fitted waist;...
Barn Dance on Lower Broadway
You are cordially invited to attend the Harvest Festival Dinner Dance to be held December 7, 1917 at...
[The Union League Club resolution to remember Pearl Harbor.]
Letter dated January 5, 1942.
[Concert hosted by Mr. Rockefeller for the benefit of the United War Work Campaign.]
November 6, 1918, 10 West 54th Street.
Military, World War I, Women's Sewing and Americanization Class.
Women wearing white smocks in a sewing class.