W. F. Powers Co., 1918.
Poster. Original color lithograph. Unlined 41 x 27 inches.
Poster showing American soldier holding hand grenade over German soldiers in trench. The image promoted the 3rd Liberty Bond Campaign. Chips to margin and one horizontal fold. Edmund Marion Ashe studied at The Art Student's League in New York. He was most known for his varying styles of art, which included faithful representations of factories, posters of World War I bond drives, and watercolors of the Gibson Girl.