Glamorous Red Cross Nurse Posing in Front of a Cross and Spitfire
Glamorous Red Cross Nurse Posing in Front of a Cross and Spitfire Lámina giclée en AllPosters.
1946 French Red Cross Children's Aid stamp and card.
Motherless, fatherless, starving--How much to save these little lives? War Fund week--One hundred million dollars--May /
Vintage et cancrelats: Edwin Howland Blashfield : Red Cross Christmas Roll Call, 1918
View this item and discover similar political and patriotic memorabilia for sale at - This is a World War I Red Cross patriotic poster that reads 'Your Red Cross Needs You!' The poster features a Red Cross nurse beckoning with outstretched
US Army Nurse Corps - They depend on you
I would love to help with the ARC, during a crisis.
That's a Nurse! Vintage red cross ad poster nurses in uniform war gordon grant nursing print 729
First Cousin to Slackerism
"Illegitimate Absenteeism is a first cousin to slackerism." A little "get-to-work" propaganda from manufacturer and WWII Navy-contractor the Farrel-Birmingham Company. Holy moly shit would hit the fan.
This is a classic image of a heroic wounded devil-may-care soldier, and his caring nurse, dated August The Star Weekly was a Canadian newsmagazine published by the Toronto Star.
Images from the History of Medicine (NLM): Help! Visual image is an illustration of a Red Cross nurse helping a wounded soldier on the battlefield during World War I.
War time poster about Edith Cavell - nursing hero of