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    • Amy Buck

      RED CROSS POSTER, c1917. American Red Cross poster requesting knit socks to send to troops in Europe during World War I.

    • Candice Fehrman

      Our boys need sox - knit your bit American Red Cross Vintage Poster Canvas Print -

    • Susan Tomasallo #1

      U.S. World War I poster: "Our boys need sox - knit your bit" | American Red Cross (N.Y. American Lithographic Co., between 1914 and 1918; Library of Congress call number: POS - WWI - US, no. 118, C size)

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