Salvation Army Poster, 1919 Framed Giclee Print by Frederick Duncan. Product size approximately 11.9374 x 14.9374 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space - your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.
Salvation Army Poster, 1919 Framed Art Print by Frederick Duncan. Product size approximately 18.75 x 24.75 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space - your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.
American World War One Poster Promoting the Salvation Army Lassie - Giclee Print
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Series: Christmas & Santa Artist: Unknown Period: Source country: USA Source Year: Christmas Illustration 20inch by 30 inch poster print on standard paper. All files are stored digitally and are ready for reproduction. The quality is closely monitored to ensure professional results. This item takes 5-9 business-days to ship
George Mather Richards The Salvation Army Lassie 40" x 30" Produced by the Committee on Public Information Division of Pictorial Publicity . Advertising the United War Work Campaign is a smiling soldier and in his hand is a doughnut with a large bite missing from it. He gestures behind him explaining in the text about him that “Oh Boy! That's The Girl! The Salvation Army Lassie. Keep her on the job”, is the one who has made him so chipper by giving him the sweet treat that he is munching on. Behind him a
G.M. Richards, The Salvation Army, 1918 This original World War I poster features a smiling girl with a plate of donuts and a happy doughboy solider. It is one of the most charming designs of that era. It has an interesting stamp "International Alliance of Bill Posters and Billers of America" on the face of the poster. The poster looked like it had been through the war but was carefully restored by our skilled conservation staff made, bringing it to a very handsome and presentable condition. Most of the
Shopping Cart WWI Home Service Fund Campaign Salvation Army 3-3g10026 0 reviews "A man may be down but he's never out!" Home Service Fund Campaign - Salvation Army - May 19-26, 1919 / / Frederick Duncan. Poster showing a woman in Salvation Army uniform raising her hand above a variety of destitute people. 16.6 x 22.4 inches 22.6 x 30.5 inches Rating:
Evangeline Booth, General of the Salvation Army, from 1934-1939, Early 1900s - Premium Poster
William Booth, British Founder of the Salvation Army, and First General, from 1878-1912, 1890s - Premium Poster
Photo Mug showing SALVATION ARMY/WWI. World War I poster requesting the public to donate food and supplies to the Salvation Army who will distribute to soldiers fighting in France. Chosen by Mary Evans. 11oz White ceramic coffee mug. Image printed using sublimation ink process. Microwave, dishwasher safe. This item is shipped from our American lab.
Salvation Army Metal Donation Box & Sign on a Stand 1318 Salvation Army Christmas or year Round Solid Steel Donation Box. Holds lots of Donations for your Corp. 8½" x 8" x 9 3/4" Built in lock. Mounted on a black stand with a 22 x 24 sign holder. Can be used to collect money and offering envelopes. Metal "Take One" holder for cards, donation envelopes and/or pens. Made from textured beige steel to resist scratching. Slot measures 6-3/4" x 1/4". Easy Assemble. Easy to open, Hard to steal. Stock Poster amd
Ronald Ginther Blue-Uniformed Members of the Salvation Army Singing, Playing their Instruments and Saving Souls - Giclee Print
General William Booth English Religious Leader and Founder of Salvation Army - Giclee Print