Free Vintage Clipart
of the color illustrations on this page are from a U. S. Army
Recruiting Service advertisement originally published in 1946.
Other images here were used in popular advertising from the decades
of the 1940's and 1950's. Some of these line drawings and cartoon
sketches date to 1918 and America's involvement in World War I.
images are free to be copied and saved for anyone's personal home
page or desktop use. Don't forget to bookmark this page! We will
update it on a regular basis, so check back soon to see any new
graphics that we may have found. Please do not use these illustrations
in a collection (or website) of free graphics.
download Free Clip Art, right click on any of the images below
and use the "Save Image As" feature to create a copy of the
file on your computer. Please do not link directly to images on
this server! Enjoy these classic armed service and patriotic images.
Artist appears to be World War I era political
T. McCutcheon, Pulitzer Prize Winner, Chicago Tribune.
the best of our knowldege, the military clip art shown here is
NOT copyrighted, so feel free to use it on your own homepage.
If any of this art is copyrighted, email us as soon as possible
so we can remove it.
If you use any of these images, thanks in advance for adding a
link back here to The Saurus Press Free Vintage Military clipart,
World War I clipart, World War II clipart, and Patriotic clipart