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Description: Advertising poster for repair parts for McCormick-Deering farm machines and implements. Includes the text "genuine repairs" and "avoid substitutes."
Description: Advertising poster for Farmall tractors featuring a color illustration of an F-20 tractor. Includes the text: "Only Farmall brings you all of these valuabl...
Date: 1971-04 ca.
Description: Poster for Broom Street Theater presentation of "April Fool," including
"Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About Sex," by Dr. Reuben, "The Difficul...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Argentine film poster. Partially photographic and partially illustrated image of a man driving an older model car, with two other men and two women riding...
Date: 1971-02 ca.
Description: Poster advertising a screening of D. W. Griffith's Intolerance, held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Wisconsin Union Theater, February 18, 19...
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: A poster promoting an event which reads, "Afro Center Presents The Last Poets & *Black Haze." The event was held in the B-10 Commerce Building on Sunday, D...
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: Argentine film poster. Photographic collage of different images from scenes in the film featuring various characters. Most of the men are wearing suits, an...
Description: Poster publicizing Antonia: A Portrait of a Woman, a film by Judy Collins and Jill Godmilow. Features an image of Antonia with several mechanical apparatus...
Description: Orange and blue screen printed poster publicizing a concert by Joan Baez at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House.
Description: United States Army poster showing four women posed in front of a U.S. flag. The women wear Army identification badges on their shirts.
Date: 1944 ca.
Description: Poster promoting Franklin Delano Roosevelt's re-election. His face appears over a background of men, women and soldiers. At the top is the text "1A In Our...
Date: 1941 ca.
Description: Poster promoting fair hiring practices. Produced by the National CIO Committee to Abolish Discrimination, 718 Jackson Place, Washington 6, D.C. Prepared by...
Description: Uncle Sam recruiting poster that says "I want You for U.S. Army". Poster has three different addresses for nearest recruiting offices.
Description: Czechoslovakian film poster for the French film "Cent mille dollars au soleil." Yellow background with black lettering. Small photographic image of a woman...
Description: Advertising poster for International Harvester's "mid-century promotion" featuring a line drawing of a white Farmall C demonstrator tractor. Includes the t...
Description: Advertising poster for Milwaukee brand reapers, mowers, grain binders and dump rakes. Includes a color illustration of a woman in Native American dress. Pr...
Date: 1969-05-15 ca.
Description: A wall poster printed by the Washington D.C. based underground newspaper entitled "The Student Mobilizer." The background consists of various photographs t...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering 10-20, 15-30 and Farmall tractors. Includes color illustrations of tractors used in a variety of farm settings.
Description: Advertisement for the Weber Wagon, the "king of all farm wagons." Features color illustration of the implement. Printed by the Crown Press in Chicago, IL.
Description: Algerian advertising poster for the McCormick harvester-thresher (combine). Includes color illustration and the text "espigadora-trilladora," and "moissonn...
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