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Title: One of the thousand Y.M.C.A. girls in France--United War Work Campaign Nov. 11th to 18th.

Creator(s): McMein, Neysa, artist

Date Created/Published: 1918

Summary: Poster showing a woman in a Y.M.C.A. uniform offering a steaming cup of coffee and books; large red triangle is behind her.

Approximate size: 13"X19".

About the World War I Posters:

During World War I, the impact of the poster as a means of communication was greater than at any other time during history. The ability of posters to inspire, inform, and persuade combined with vibrant design trends in many of the participating countries to produce thousands of interesting visual works.

All WWI era posters were obtained from the Library of Congress in digital form as a raw scan. We then painstakingly color-correct and crop the image to make them look as close to the original as possible.

Finally, they are printed on a museum-quality giclee printer on heavy acid-free archival paper.

NOTE: The "Imagerich" watermark will not be visible on the printed poster.

World War 1 Poster - One of the thousand Y.M.C.A. girls in France ...