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    • "The child at your door"

    • Children in wartime; Near East Relief (Organization); War posters, American; World War, 1914-1918--Atrocities; World War, 1914-1918--Posters--United States;
    • Color poster made from a black and white sketch of a young girl wearing a head scarf and looking weary and pensive, with a quotation "The child at your door" positioned below the image. Stamped in red in the upper right portion of the poster are...
    • I fought for Virginia.. now it's your turn!

    • Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870; Patriotism; United States. Navy--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.--World War, 1939-1945; War posters, American; World War, 1939-1945--Posters--United States;
    • Color poster that shows a sailor in a Summer white uniform (center foreground) carrying a rifle with fixed bayonet as he stands guard in front of a U.S. Navy warship (center background), with a large portrait of Robert E. Lee dressed in uniform...
    • Call me back again

    • Broadsides; Dreams; Hagans, G. W. (George W.); Hendrickson, W. D. (William D.); Hennig, O. E. (Otto E.); Oliver Ditson & Co.; Unrequited love;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Call Me Back Again" from a song written by O. E. (Otto E.) Hennig with music by D. W. (correct initials are W. D. for William D.) Hendrickson, copyrighted in 1881 by G. W. Hagan (correct name is George W....
    • Chippeway widow

    • Engraving, American--19th century; Illustration of books--United States--19th century; Indian Women--North America--Portraits; Lithography, American--19th century;
    • Lithograph titled A Chippeway widow by John T. Bowen from a portrait painted by Charles Bird King after an original painting by R. T. (note initials bottom right), from the book titled History of the Indian tribes of North America, with...
    • Railroad

    • Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration; United States. Works Progress Administration; Writers' Program (U.S.); Railroads; Railroad trains;
    • Pen and ink and crayon drawing by Aaron Sopher of trains in a rail yard. The artist's initials are written in the bottom right corner.
    • Untitled (Loading a B&O Railroad Car)

    • Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration; United States. Works Progress Administration; Writers' Program (U.S.); Railroads; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company;
    • Pen and ink drawing by Aaron Sopher of workers loading and unloading items from railroad cars. One car has "B&O" written on the back. The artist's initials are written in the bottom right corner. (Editor's note: The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad...
    • Press

    • Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration; United States. Works Progress Administration; Writers' Program (U.S.); Press; Journalism;
    • Pen and ink drawing by Aaron Sopher of a group of reporters interviewing a large man with a cigar in his mouth. The reporters all wear glasses and hats. The two reporters in the foreground of the drawing are writing on notepads. The drawing was...
    • Art

    • Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration; United States. Works Progress Administration; Writers' Program (U.S.); Art;
    • Pen and drawing by Aaron Sopher of a woman viewing a work of art. The woman wears a large, conical shaped hat. Only the bottom left corner of the artwork is visible, but it appears to be an abstract painting. In the background of the drawing, a...
    • Indians

    • Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration; United States. Works Progress Administration; Writers' Program (U.S.); Indians of North America;
    • Pen and ink drawing by Aaron Sopher of a Native American man doing some form of agricultural labor. In the background of the drawing, a Native American woman with an infant strapped to her back is shown working in the fields. The drawing was...
    • Agriculture

    • Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration; United States. Works Progress Administration; Writers' Program (U.S.); Agriculture;
    • Pen and ink drawing by Aaron Sopher of two workers in a field of crops. Both men hold rakes or hoes. In the background a barn and silos are visible. The drawing was created as an illustration for "Maryland, A Guide to the Old Line State" (published...

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