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United States. Department of the Treasury

 Organization

Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:

Historic Bank Notes Collection

 Collection
Identifier: U208
Overview The Historic Bank Notes Collection consists of an assortment of bank notes. Some were issued by state banks across the United States, some were issued by the Confederate States of America which were found by the Union Army near the end of the Civil War. The Collection also contains the letter from the Treasury Department transferring the notes to the University of Denver with an explanation of the transfer. The collection also includes a scrapbook of "Banknotes From Around The World."
Dates: 1817-1979

Honor Button. Every American should consider it an honor to wear this button, 1919

 Item — Box: M438.0001
Identifier: M438.00002
Overview A print poster in blue and red ink reads "Honor button every American should consider it an honor to wear this button. Carter Glass, Secretary of the Treasury. Victory Liberty Loan." In the center of the poster is the image of a blue button that reads "Liberty V Loan." Poster was distributed by Heywood, Strasser and Voigt Litho. Co. in New York.
Dates: 1919

Honor Emblem. 75% of this firm's employees have bought bonds of the 4th Liberty Loan, 1918

 Item — Box: M438.0001
Identifier: M438.00001
Overview A print poster in blue, red, and white ink reads "Honor Emblem 75% of this firm's employees have bought bonds of the 4th Liberty Loan." Poster depicts a white flag with a red border and four vertical blue stripes. Poster was published by Commercial Printing and Lithography.
Dates: 1918

New York will see it through

 Item — Box: M438.0001
Identifier: M438.00007
Overview A print poster in black and red ink reads "New York will see it through. New York has Never Failed - She Will Not Fail Now. Victory Liberty Loan." On the left side of the poster is a black, white, and red drawn image of a building and train station.
Dates: Other: 1918-1919

Notes of cheer for Christmas, 1919 November 29

 Item — Box: M438.0001
Identifier: M438.00009
Overview Color poster reads "Notes of Cheer for Christmas. Treasury Savings Certificates as Gifts. Government Loan Organization. Second Federal Reserve District. Form 60. 11-29-19." Image in shades of blue, orange, and brown depicts three men standing in the snow and two men are playing instruments. In the far distance is a small cabin. In the lower left corner, "Stacy H. Wood" is written in blue ink.
Dates: 1919 November 29

Roosevelt Memorial

 Item — Box: M438.0001
Identifier: M438.00014
Overview Poster reads "Roosevelt Memorial. Theodore Roosevelt born October 27, 1858. 'Thrift is common sense applied to spending.' Buy Treasury Savings Certificates. Governemnt Loan Organization. Second Federal Reserve District." Poster includes a black and white photograph of Theodore Roosevelt surrounded by a tan and black drawn frame. Underneath and to the right of the photograph is text that reads "© A. L. Pach."
Dates: Other: 1918-1919

Take home Christmas cheer and a treasury savings certificate, 1919 December 9

 Item — Box: M438.0001
Identifier: M438.00019
Overview Print poster reads "Take home Christmas cheer and a Treasury Savings Certificate. Ask any bank. Government Loan Organization. Second Federal Reserve District. Form 61 12-9-19." Poster depicts a figure walking through a snow storm with the moon in the background. The figure is carrying a wreath and is wearing a long scarf that trails behind. Poster has a red background and the figure is depicted in red, black, green, and white. At the bottom left corner, "Stacy H. Wood" is printed.
Dates: 1919 December 9

The broad highway of success is reached by the well-beaten footpath of small savings, 1919 May 12

 Item — Box: M438.0001
Identifier: M438.00016
Overview Print poster in shades of brown and orange reads "The broad highway of success is reached by the well-beaten footpath of small savings. Hold on to your W.S.S. and buy more. Governemnt Loan Organization. Second Federal Reserve District. War Savings Committee. WS-865 - 5/12/19." Poster depicts a nature scene, featuring a path leading to the sun on the horizon. Poster is advertising War Savings Stamps.
Dates: 1919 May 12

The true American, 1918

 Item — Box: M438.0001
Identifier: M438.00008
Overview A print poster in navy blue ink reads "The true American is one who sticks by America in peace as well as in war. The coming Victory Liberty Loan will be a test of your Americanism. Government Loan Organization. Second Federal Reserve District. Liberty Loan Committee. V-357." The background of the poster is light blue with scattered white stars.
Dates: 1918

Theodore Roosevelt, 1919 March 1

 Item — Box: M438.0001
Identifier: M438.00015
Overview A print poster in shades of brown and orange reads "Theodore Roosevel once said 'Thrift is merely hard-headed common sense applied to spending.' The regular purchase of W.S.S. is the surest indication of common-sense Americanism. Government Loan Organization. Second Federal Reserve District. War Savings Committee. Form WS-815 - 3/1/19." At the top of the poster is a drawn portrait of Theodore Roosevelt. Poster is advertising War Savings Stamps.
Dates: 1919 March 1