Washington: Committee on Public Information, 1917. 64p. including covers, 5.75x8.5 inch stapled wraps. Cover chipped at corner-tips, paperstock very toned, staples rusted and no longer secure wraps to text (not quite detached). Creel was a muckraker hired to create a propaganda machine for Wilson's war effort. He later served with the San Francisco Regional Labor Board and ran unsuccessfully for governor of California. Red White and Blue Series No. 8.
For more dope on the CPI refer to Stephen Vaughn's "Holding Fast the Inner Lines: Democracy, Nationalism and the Committee on Public Information"