Text in French says that July 14th, 1916 was a special day in Paris to profit the work of the war. Illustration shows four children showing their patriotism by holding flags and toy guns and with a salute for two veterans of the war.
Text tells the importance of national co-operation of American industry to maintain one American soldier at the front. Cartoon shows a giant American soldier being cared for and dressed by thousands of tiny men.
Text in French says that 20 thousand Alsaciens-Lorrains engaged voluntarily to fight on the side of the French. Illustration shows a man waving goodbye to his girlfriend as he goes away with a serviceman.
Text asks if your name is among the 2285 New Yorkers who volunteered for military service in one week. Poster includes recruiting stations for the army, navy, U.S. Naval reserve force and the marine, etc. Four Photographs show the men at war.
Text says that 25000 boys aged 16 to 21 are needed to help to win the war. They should join the United States Boy's Workers Reserve which is a non-military, emergency service. Boys will receive pay and earn a badge of honor. No pictorial content.