Chicago girls collect money for Allied food relief in Chicago, Illinois during World War I. The painted kegs kept in a line. The girls stand behind the kegs. The girls stand in a group and paint the kegs. The girls stand in a line painting the kegs. The girls talks to each other. A girl holds a poster in her hands which reads 'Food'. The kegs kept in front of a shop. A man puts money in a keg. A girl holds a keg which reads 'Food For France'.
Buildings, bridges and monuments of historical importance in Chicago, Illinois. View of bridges over the Chicago River in downtown Chicago, Illinois. In the Wacker historic district, close-up view of the Heald Square Monument featuring George Washington, Robert Morris, and Haym Salomon. Lion sculpture and entrance area of the Art Institute of Chicago. Tourists viewing displays and artwork inside the Art Institute. Exterior view of the Museum of Science and Industry. People entering the museum. A woman with her woman in a stroller or pram, drags the stroller backwards up the steps of the museum.
Armenia's new national flag is unfurled in Chicago, Illinois during World War I. People crowd in front of the City Hall. A woman and a girl hold the U.S. flag. The U.S. flag is hoisted. People cheer as the flag is raised up.
An artist paints posters in connection with creel committee in Chicago, Illinois during World War I. A painting of a woman. A hand with a paint brush in the foreground. The artist making the painting of a soldier. The finished poster of the soldier. The artist shows the painted posters to a soldier. The artist smoke a cigarette. The artist paints letters on a poster which reads ' But Liberty Bonds'. The soldiers stand and look at the artist painting letters on the poster.
Trophies given for War Saving Stamp (WSS) in Chicago, Illinois during World War I. A stall and a sign on the stall reads 'Melting Point'. People give their sports trophies and family heirlooms into the melting pot. The trophies on a table. A woman puts small trophies in a pot. A pot on a burning cal. She puts a trophy in the pot. The trophies in the melting pot. Few trophies kept around the melting pot.
Amelita Galli Curci and famous Italian singers auction apples to aid war stricken countrymen in Chicago, Illinois during World War I. A woman and a man auction apples. People bid for the apples.