As I continue to research and explore the resources available on campus, I found the HRC: WWI Poster Collection to be the most fascinating so far. After looking into different topics that could be researched, I realized I was most interested in visual images from WWI and II. In that sense, this digital archive already serves me quite well. However, the diversity of the images is what has made it unique relative to other databases/archives. The archive houses not only posters from the US propaganda machine, but posters from France and other European nations. From browsing the archive, I was able to see clearly the difference between American and European posters, and questions began to formulate as to why such differences were present. The sheer amount of available posters also gave me more insight into trends as the war progressed. Though certain facts are omitted, this archive has set the background for more in-depth research into certain patterns. Furthermore, the method used to analyze these posters could be applied to other eras in American history.