AMERICAN HISTORICAL WORLD WAR I POSTERS, LOT OF TWO, chromolithograph on paper (each), comprising a "VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN" example featuring a decorated soldier reunited with his wife and young son below "For Home and Country", designed by Alfred Everitt Orr (b.1884), housed under glass in a modern frame; and a "COLUMBIA CALLS" recruitment image (on linen backing) featuring Lady Liberty clutching a sword and standing astride the globe with "ENLIST NOW FOR U. S. ARMY" inscription in lower left corner, designed by Frances Adams Halstead (19th/20th century), unframed. 1916-1918. Columbia Calls 39 3/4" x 30" object.
Columbia Calls example with minor toning and discoloration, edge wear and small tears, crease lines. Victory Loan example with minor toning and discoloration, crease line at upper edge. Frame with tape residue and minor wear. Not examined out of frame.
Provenance: Property from the collection of Robert and Patsy Hassert, Strasburg, VA.