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ladies cross from the tender onto the titantic.

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ Engaged July 15, 1919! ...aww, sweet! Her dress is so pretty!

"Halt! Who goes there?"...WW I British war poster.

World War 1 version of the Rosie the Riveter of WW2. Poster encouraging (at least unmarried women) joining the work force to back up the war effort.

WWI Nurse / Infirmière inconnue de la Première Guerre Mondiale

US WW I propaganda - the word on the club is Kultur. This refers to Kulturkampf (culture war) in founding the 2nd Reich: Prussia forcibly unified independent German states into one nation by forcing everyone to speak Prussian and by outlawing Catholicism, among other things. Many Germans emigrated to the US after having been violently repressed and sometimes losing everything they owned. I'm thinking one of these people could have designed this poster.

British WWI poster - Irishmen, even though you hate the English like sin, look, your ship sank, come fight for us!

William Orpen - The Signing of Peace in the Hall of Mirrors, Versailles, 28th June 1919 (1919)

A vintage ad from 1919 for Nut Tootsie Rolls. Tootsie Rolls with peanuts? Yes, please! #TootsieRolls

William T. Shorey (1859 – 1919) was a late 19th Century American whaling ship captain known to his crew as the Black Ahab. He was born in Barbados July 13, 1859 and spent his life at sea. He became the only black captain operating on the west coast of the United States in the late-1880s and 1890s. He obtained his certification in 1885. Black history album