Pritzker Military Library American Icons Of The Great War

As some of you may or may not know I’m a member of the Pritzker Military Library and the Membership Director for the Library’s Young Professional Association.

On Thursday, April 18th we will be hosting an exhibit opening called “American Icons of the Great War.”

American Icons of the Great War includes some of the United States’ most iconic images that emerged from the propaganda posters created during World War I (1914-1918). Using original posters from the era, the exhibit shows how these artists utilized well known symbols to rally the United States behind the war effort.

The link for the event is here.



I’m one of the few Lexicans that lives in Chicago but if you do, I’d be honored if you would attend. If you don’t and know someone that lives in the area please feel free to pass the word along. We also accept donations and those proceeds will to go programs to assist us in veteran outreach.

Thank you.


Filed under Freedom!, Heroes Among Us, History, Lexicans, Other Stuff, Patriotism, Valor

2 responses to “Pritzker Military Library American Icons Of The Great War

  1. Old AF Sarge

    If I was gonna be in Chi-town I’d stop by Mav. Sounds interesting. People talk about the Korean War as being the “Forgotten War”, our involvement in WWI is really below the radar. Especially as we’re coming up on the 100th anniversary of the “War to End All Wars”. (Not!)

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