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Date: 1971-03-23 ca.
Description: Poster advocating individuals to "vote yes for peace on April 6." The poster reads, "The war is over for 55,000 G.I.s and a million Vietnamese, it's all ov...
Description: Poster with a large image of the Dow Riot (Oct. 18, 1967) on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, showing riot police beating protesters. Includes t...
Description: Poster publicizing a rally at Library Mall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Text reads, "The Ethiopian Masses Are Rising Up. Support the stru...
Date: 1971-01-26 ca.
Description: A poster promoting an anti-Vietnam war rally which reads "Melvin's Gone but the War Goes On: So Does the Rally!" The poster features a caricatured crowd of...
Date: 1971-02-25 ca.
Description: Poster advertising the Model United Nations at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Features a dove with an olive branch as a symbol of peace.
Date: date unknown
Description: A poster encouraging voters to vote down the plan to discontinue plans for creation of the Monona Terrace.
Description: 1972 Campaign poster for Ed Muskie, American Democratic Senator and presidential hopeful. Close-up shot of his face, with the slogan, "Believe Muskie."
Date: 1971-03 ca.
Description: Dance Benefit poster to help free the Camp McCoy 3. Features illustration of the Camp McCoy 3 bound with chains around their arms and legs. Featured live p...
Description: Campaign poster promoting Democrats for office in Wisconsin; for Congress, Assembly and Dane County. Each man has a quarter-length portrait with his name a...
Description: Enlarged version of a mocking "warning card" to be placed in railroad trains, buses, streetcars, and other public forums. Warning reads, "Beware! Young and...
Description: Print advocating "Unconditional and Universal Amnesty". Includes an image of a flower in a rifle.
Date: 1972-01 ca.
Description: Poster advocating for the repeal of all anti-abortion laws, and supporting Linda Jenness and Andrew Pulley for President and Vice President of the United S...
Description: Campaign poster for Hubert Humphrey, 1972 presidential candidate. Text reads, "He cares about the street where you live."
Date: 1971-02-24 ca.
Description: Poster advertising a public forum on repealing the draft. Four participating locations are listed, all in the Madison, Wisconsin area. Features a represent...
Description: Poster promoting Judy Greenspan for school board. Her platform includes: passage of the high school bill of rights, an end to discriminatory practices agai...
Description: Poster publicizing a rally and candlelight march around the University of Wisconsin Madison Library Mall and Capitol Square in Madison, Wisconsin. Collaged...
Date: 1971-04-20 ca.
Description: Poster promoting the Student Mobilization Committee and its goals to end the war in Southeast Asia. Features protesters tying down a caricatured figure of...
Description: Campaign poster for Republican candidate Joseph R. McCarthy, for U.S. Senate from Wisconsin. His image is a painted portrait.
Date: 1971 ca.
Description: Recruitment poster for a Soviet Jewry Freedom Bus, advocating the liberation of the Soviet Jewish population. Features large chain links and the phrase "Le...
Date: 1971-04 ca.
Description: Poster featuring a skeleton on horseback, carrying a banner that reads, "Apocalypse". A skyline of Madison appears beneath, on fire, with the phrase "Heral...
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