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Description: Color chromolithograph poster advertising the Wisconsin State Fair.
Description: Finely detailed poster by artist Jonathan Chritton, on the theme of love. Features castles, hot air balloons, and other whimsical features in a symmetrical...
Description: Advertising poster for International farm trucks and Farmall tractors. Features color illustrations of a K-1 truck and a Farmall H tractor. Includes the te...
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: German advertising poster for International trucks. Features an illustration of a truck on a bridge in an urban setting. Includes the text "Vollendete Last...
Description: Twenty-one photographs of churches, city halls, courthouses, and other buildings and their locations throughout Milwaukee.
Date: 1971-08 ca.
Description: Poster advertising for an event occurring between August 1971 and February 1972 called the "Traffic Experiment," in Madison. Features screen printed map of...
Description: An original colored lithograph advertising the London Transport system, and promoting travel to "Kingston by Tram." The poster features the artist Frank N...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: An original lithograph promoting New York Central Lines railway and the city of Chicago. Featuring the artist Leslie Ragan, the poster depicts the buildin...
Description: Advertising poster for Farmall tractors. Features a color illustration, on the top half, of a man using a Farmall tractor and a Farmall cultivator in a cor...
Description: An original lithograph promoting the British Railways through the artist Felix Kelly's depiction of the Chester cathedral, which includes the choir stalls.
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: Argentine film poster. Illustrated image of two men fighting in the street with knives. They are both wearing hats and suits.
Date: 1900 before
Description: An original color lithograph featuring a side profile of "The Famous War Engine "General" of the Western & Atlantic R. R." The artist depicts the steam eng...
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: An original colored lithograph advertising the Virginia Historical Pageant, held in Richmond, VA, May 22-28, 1922. Featuring the Henry Day Lowry Metropolit...
Description: Advertising calendar for Deering farm machinery featuring color illustration of a street in a French town with people looking on as a man puts up a "Deerin...
Date: 1934 ca.
Description: An original lithograph promoting Washington, D.C. as "the city that every American should know," and to get there by way of train travel. The poster depic...
Description: An original lithograph promoting Fifth Avenue in New York as "The World's Greatest Shopping Street," and to get there by way of the train. The poster depic...
Date: 1990 ca.
Description: This color poster hung in the Navistar International truck headquarters. The poster features a red International 4900 dump truck parked on the great wall o...
Description: Chromolithograph poster advertising a Milwaukee Mardi Gras celebration, arranged by the Turnverein and Milwaukee Musical Societies, and held at the Exposit...
Date: 1871 ca.
Description: Bird's-eye view of the Chicago fire of October 8, 1871. The hand-colored lithograph was published by Currier and Ives.
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: Advertising poster featuring color illustration of a crowd gathered around a Deering grain binder and mower at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
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