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RED CROSS POSTER, 1917. American Red Cross fundraising poster with a Red Cross nurse tending to a wounded soldier. Lithograph by Albert Herter, 1917

RED CROSS POSTER, 1917. American Red Cross fundraising poster with a Red Cross nurse tending to a wounded soldier. Lithograph by Albert Herter, 1917


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RED CROSS POSTER, 1917. American Red Cross fundraising poster with a Red Cross nurse tending to a wounded soldier. Lithograph by Albert Herter, 1917

RED CROSS POSTER, 1917.
American Red Cross fundraising poster with a Red Cross nurse tending to a wounded soldier. Lithograph by Albert Herter, 1917

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1917 Albert Armband Bandage Charity Compassion First Aid Fundraiser Mercy Nurse Poster Red Cross Symbol World War I Wounded


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This powerful and poignant print captures the essence of compassion and mercy during a time of great turmoil. The "RED CROSS POSTER, 1917" showcases an American Red Cross fundraising poster from the early days of World War I. In this lithograph by Albert Herter, we see a Red Cross nurse attending to a wounded soldier, symbolizing the unwavering dedication and selflessness of those who served on the frontlines. The image portrays a woman in a Red Cross nurse's uniform tending to a man with bandages wrapped around his head. The nurse's armband proudly displays the iconic red cross symbol, representing hope and aid in times of crisis. The text on the poster emphasizes the importance of first aid and highlights the urgent need for support. Albert Herter's artistic talent shines through in this lithograph as he masterfully captures both vulnerability and strength within his subjects. Through their expressions, we can sense not only physical pain but also resilience and determination. This historic photograph serves as a reminder that even amidst chaos, there are individuals dedicated to providing care and comfort to those in need. It is an enduring testament to humanity's capacity for empathy and solidarity. "The RED CROSS POSTER, 1917" is more than just an artwork; it represents a call for unity and support during challenging times. This piece continues to inspire generations with its timeless message of charity and goodwill towards others.

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