Originally published as a cover for Leslie's Weekly on July 6, 1916, this image of Uncle Sam was used as a recruitment poster for World War I, with four million copies printed between 1917 and 1918.
Because of its overwhelming popularity, the image was adapted for use in WWII by The Office for Emergency Management, Office of War Information, in 1943 through 1945.
The image record is part of the permanent holdings of The National Archives (archives.gov).
Our 140 piece puzzle measures 13" in diameter when assembled. The cardboard that supports the completed puzzle, as purchased, folds into a box and lid to store puzzle pieces.