Artists - Artists and publicity men in the Government's service. Charles Dana Gibson, chairman of the division of pictorial publicity of the Committee on Public Information, gave a luncheon in Washington to some of the government's leading publicity men and those who are making Uncle Sam's posters. In this group, from left to right (without regard to rows) are: D.W. Lee, Herbert Adams, Prof. Richard Rice, Library of Congress; M.L. Blumenthal, H. Devitt Welsh, Oliver Dennet Grover, George Creel, Frederick Keppell, (at top) W.E. Hall (in stripped suit), Edward N. hurley, (with hands folded). Back of Mr. Hurley with gray hat, is Joseph Pennell, whose sketches have been one of the war's best contributions to art. Back of him is Mr. Gibson and back of him R.D. Heini, editor of the Emergency Fleet News. Next to Mr. Hurley is Charles Piez, President of the Emergency Fleet Corporation; next to him Major Kendall Banning, above Major Banning, Joseph P. Tumulty, and back of him Dr. H.S. Garfield, Fuel Administrator. On the next step above is E.H. Blashfield, and on the top step M. Louis Aubert, of the French High Commission, Carl Milan and Francis Jones. Admiral Samuel McGowan's uniform is discernible near the sculptor. At the extreme right is F.D. Casey, art editor of Collier's. Apr. 2, 1918

Chicago citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947. Artists - Artists and publicity men in the Government's service. Charles Dana Gibson, chairman of the division of pictorial publicity of the Committee on Public Information, gave a luncheon in Washington to some of the government's leading publicity men and those who are making Uncle Sam's posters. In this group, from left to right (without regard to rows) are: D.W. Lee, Herbert Adams, Prof. Richard Rice, Library of Congress; M.L. Blumenthal, H. Devitt Welsh, Oliver Dennet Grover, George Creel, Frederick Keppell, (at top) W.E. Hall (in stripped suit), Edward N. hurley, (with hands folded). Back of Mr. Hurley with gray hat, is Joseph Pennell, whose sketches have been one of the war's best contributions to art. Back of him is Mr. Gibson and back of him R.D. Heini, editor of the Emergency Fleet News. Next to Mr. Hurley is Charles Piez, President of the Emergency Fleet Corporation; next to him Major Kendall Banning, above Major Banning, Joseph P. Tumulty, and back of him Dr. H.S. Garfield, Fuel Administrator. On the next step above is E.H. Blashfield, and on the top step M. Louis Aubert, of the French High Commission, Carl Milan and Francis Jones. Admiral Samuel McGowan's uniform is discernible near the sculptor. At the extreme right is F.D. Casey, art editor of Collier's. Apr. 2, 1918. 1917-01-01/1918-12-31. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/20807298. (Accessed July 18, 2018.)
APA citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947, (1917-01-01/1918-12-31) Artists - Artists and publicity men in the Government's service. Charles Dana Gibson, chairman of the division of pictorial publicity of the Committee on Public Information, gave a luncheon in Washington to some of the government's leading publicity men and those who are making Uncle Sam's posters. In this group, from left to right (without regard to rows) are: D.W. Lee, Herbert Adams, Prof. Richard Rice, Library of Congress; M.L. Blumenthal, H. Devitt Welsh, Oliver Dennet Grover, George Creel, Frederick Keppell, (at top) W.E. Hall (in stripped suit), Edward N. hurley, (with hands folded). Back of Mr. Hurley with gray hat, is Joseph Pennell, whose sketches have been one of the war's best contributions to art. Back of him is Mr. Gibson and back of him R.D. Heini, editor of the Emergency Fleet News. Next to Mr. Hurley is Charles Piez, President of the Emergency Fleet Corporation; next to him Major Kendall Banning, above Major Banning, Joseph P. Tumulty, and back of him Dr. H.S. Garfield, Fuel Administrator. On the next step above is E.H. Blashfield, and on the top step M. Louis Aubert, of the French High Commission, Carl Milan and Francis Jones. Admiral Samuel McGowan's uniform is discernible near the sculptor. At the extreme right is F.D. Casey, art editor of Collier's. Apr. 2, 1918. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/20807298
MLA citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/20807298>.
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