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U.S. Navy Recruiting Station, Vintage Poster, by J Wall Decal
James Montgomery Flagg (1877-1960) American Artist James Montgomery Flagg, created a cultural icon with his World War I propaganda poster, “I Want YOU for the U.S. Army”. Flagg’s career started at the

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22" x 32" $18 $23 $41 $145 $119
27" x 40" $24 $32 $57 $202 N/A

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U.S. Navy Recruiting Station, Vintage Poster, by J Wall Decal

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