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Magnified security

Keppler, Udo J., 1872-1956
Uncle Sam holds a large magnifying glass labeled "National Vanity" which he is using to examine a battleship flying an American flag labeled "U.S. Navy." He is also holding papers labeled "Monroe Doctrine." Caption: Why not look at it with the naked eye?
Uncle Sam (Symbolic character), National security, Sea-power, Battleships, Pride and vanity, Magnifying glasses, United States. Navy
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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