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Date: 1970-12-11 ca.
Description: Poster advertising the Wisconsin Film Society's screening of Roger Corman's film "X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes" on the University of Wisconsin-Madison ca...
Date: 1970-11-30 ca.
Description: Poster advertising the University of Wisconsin-Madison's School of Music public events. The poster features images of outer space and fantasy creatures. A...
Description: Handmade screen printed poster with a picture of a fist and the text "Boycott Non-UFWOC [United Farm Workers of America Organizing Committee] Lettuce".
Description: Campaign poster for Hubert Humphrey, 1972 presidential candidate. Text reads, "He cares about the street where you live."
Description: Campaign poster supporting 1972 Democratic presidential ticket McGovern and Shriver for. Features the slogan, "Come Home America!" Includes a peace sign de...
Date: 1971-02-24 ca.
Description: Poster advertising a screening of Arthur Penn's film Alice's Restaurant on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The film is based on Arlo Guthrie's...
Date: 1972 ca.
Description: Illustrated poster of the band Traffic made by artist John Chritton.
Description: Poster advertising for a 2nd annual concert to benefit Madison's RPM Printing Co-op. Featuring Chicago Blues, including Sunnyland Slim and his band, Carey...
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: Orange and blue screen printed poster publicizing a concert by Joan Baez at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House.
Date: 1971-05 ca.
Description: Exhibition poster for "Stripcity," Leonard Koenig's M.F.A. show at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 7th Floor Humanities Gallery.
Date: 1972-03 ca.
Description: Poster publicizing a pilgrimage for peace and freedom event, converging in Harrisburg, PA, March 25 through April 2, 1972. Features an image of handcuffed...
Date: 1971-03 ca.
Description: Poster for Black Roots Black Art event held at Chadbourne Hall. Image is a woodblock print of an African American face. Featured work from Henry Hawkins, J...
Date: 1971-04 ca.
Description: Milwaukee Repertory Theater poster advertising for a presentation of "The Liar," written by Carlo Goldoni. Event took place at the Wisconsin Union Theater,...
Date: 1970-12 ca.
Description: Poster advertising for a rally at the Wisconsin State Capitol. Speakers include Fania Davis Jordan (Angela Davis' sister), Abner Spence, and Frank Battagli...
Description: Poster advertising for the Mt. York Music Festival, September 8, 9, 10, 1972. Featured music by Baby Grand, Benedict, Black Society, Brownsville Station, B...
Description: Poster advertising an event with UW Madison visiting artist Roy DeForest. Features a drawing by Deforest of a man and a dog. Held at the Elvehjem Art Cente...
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: 1971-03-26 ca.
Description: Poster promoting a sock hop held on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus at Gordon Commons. Features a man and woman on a motorcycle.
Description: Poster announcing a benefit performance for the 1971 Ann Arbor Blues Festival. Featuring Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins, John Hammond, the Sam Lay Blues Revi...
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