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Contributed by Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records: State Library of Arizona
This collection was created to share artwork and posters created by the federal government that cover agriculture in America. Many of these posters and prints were distributed through the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), though some pieces predate the FDLP. These posters were created for a variety of reasons, but all serve to honor the vital and varied roles played by Marines throughout our nation's history.
U.S. Marine Corps Combat Art Prints, 2006 (22 items)
This series features artwork from Marine Corps Combat Artists dating back to the early 1990s with the Persian Gulf War. These scenes depict Marines in combat as well as in quieter moments.
Marines in the Frigate Navy (15 items)
Depicting scenes dating from 1798-1835, this series highlights major events in the Marine Corps during this time period. All 14 pieces were created by a single artist Col. Charles H. Waterhouse, USMCR, and recreate scenes largely from primary sources. It also includes a booklet that offers extensive background on the events and figures shown.
United States Marine Corps Uniforms, 1983 (13 items)
This in depth look at the variety of uniforms worn by the men and women of the Marine Corps is accompanied by a booklet that explains each uniform in detail, offering historical information about Marine uniforms as well. Several uniforms unique to specific units, such as the U.S. Marine Band (The President's Own) and Marine Barracks Ceremonial Uniforms are included as well.
U.S. Marines in the Middle East, 1991 (2 items)
This publication consists of a single plate and one page of accompanying text, describing the range of uniforms worn by U.S. Marines fighting in Kuwait and Iraq. It even includes a description and artist's rendering of full Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) protective equipment.