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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). These posters show the Navy in action across the years, as well as changes to official uniforms over 3 centuries.
Uniforms of the United States Navy, 1776-1898 (13 items)
This series shows the uniforms worn by a variety of officers and enlisted men at different points, beginning with the Continental Navy. There is also a booklet that accompanies the series and offers details about the uniforms and the reasons behind the changes made to them over the years.
Uniforms of the United States Navy, 1900-1967 (13 items)
Much like its predecessor series, these prints mark the changes in Naval uniforms for officers and enlisted men and women from the turn of the century through 1967. A booklet also accompanies this series to offer greater detail about the uniforms and the changes they undergo.
The Navy Art Collection (20 items)
These paintings all show scenes from the World War II era United States Navy. Most, if not all, of these paintings were actually created during World War II. The experiences captured range from the mundane to the heart-pounding, showing the many facets of a being a sailor in the Navy.