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Uncle Sam and Miss Columbia showing their foreign friends how to have a good time. , . [No Date Recorded on Shelflist Card] Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2003679738/. (Accessed July 04, 2017.)
American artist James Montgomery Flagg was born on June 18th, 1877 in Pelham Manor, New York.

One of his most famous works was the “I Want YOU...” poster featuring Uncle Sam.

Image: James Montgomery Flagg, appointed "official artist" in New York State by Governor Whitman, 1917 via Wikimedia Commons, public domain
Uncle Sam's birthday July 4th 1776 to 1918, 142 years young and going strong! (Poster)
United States, 1918. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/00652402/. (Accessed July 01, 2017.)
"The Living Uncle Sam" 19,000 military officers and men at Camp Lee, Virginia 

- 1918

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“Buy a United States government bond of the 2nd Liberty Loan of 1917”

Poster during WWI

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"Defend Your Country” 
Uncle Sam rolling up his sleeves 

- Postcard from 1941 

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Uncle Sam at Parachute Jump at World’s Fair in New York 

c. 1939-1940

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Uncle Sam on a poster from WWI

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"YOU'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES SOLDIER. NOW TAKE CARE OF WHAT YOU'VE GOT."

Poster from WWII

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