Wake Up America Day
Wake Up America Day was celebrated on April 19, 1917 in New York City to coincide with Patriots' Day. It was designed to boost recruiting for World War I. James Montgomery Flagg designed the posters and the floats in the parade.  Jean Earle Mohle dressed as Paul Revere and rode a horse.
Media related to Wake Up America Day at Wikimedia Commons
- "Wake Up, America! A Day Of Parades. Demonstrations in All Five Boroughs Arranged to Stimulate Recruiting. Airplanes To Take Part. Mass Meetings at Carnegie Hall and Cooper Union and All-Night Vaudeville on the List". New York Times. April 16, 1917. Retrieved 2015-05-01.
- Ross J. Wilson (2014). New York and the First World War: Shaping an American City. p. 156.
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