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Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Exhibit poster arguing that "the medical inspection of school children . . . means a broader understanding of childhood." In many of the photographs a man...
Description: Treasury Design No. 34, "Let Em' Have It." The poster features a soldier preparing to throw a grenade over barbed wire into a burning field. In the bottom...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Campaign poster for Victor Berger (1860-1929), U.S. Senatorial campaign.
This large poster documents Berger's campaign for United States Senate in a spec...
Description: Poster introducing the "Navistar" brand name. Features illustrations of logos and/or trademarks that preceded the change, including the "triple diamond".
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: This color lithograph poster carries the title "Oscar F. Hodge presents Neil O'Brien and his Great American Minstrels" below which is a portrait bust of a...
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick harvesting machines featuring color illustrations of a grain binder, reaper, mower and hay rake. The poster was printed by...
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering Farmall tractors showing a map of the United States with trains speeding in all directions from Illinois. Bears th...
Date: 1974-11 ca.
Description: Poster advertising El Dia De La Revolution, November 16, 1974, at Union South at University of Wisconsin Madison. Guest speakers include, Guadalupe Youngbl...
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: 1972-08 ca.
Description: Poster advertising for the Clyde Beatty-Cole Brothers combined Circus, which took place August 30, 1972 at the Madison Fair Grounds in Madison, Wisconsin....
Date: date unknown
Description: The text of the famous speech by Abraham Lincoln with an oval portrait. The oval around the portrait is embossed.
Description: Treasury Design No. 24, "Happy Family." The poster features two contrasting scenes. On the left is a naval battle commencing on stormy waters in shades of...
Description: Advertising poster for the Titan kerosene engine manufactured by International Harvester. Features color illustration of engine.
Description: Treasury Design, unknown title and number. The poster features a simple design with no special illustrations, just a color scheme of red, white, blue, and...
Date: 1971-02-22 ca.
Description: Poster advertising an open chess tournament held on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Description: Color Lithograph. In a caption box at top is the banner "Sam. S. & Lee Schubert (inc) Offer the Merry Musical Comedy" followed in larger block letters by "...
Date: 1947 ca.
Description: An original lithograph promoting "The Palisades of the Hudson," via the New York Central lines train system. The poster depicts a dramatic cliff overlookin...
Description: Illustration of the RCA Radiola model 64 and a Centralized Radio Receiver, both intended for classroom use.
Description: Color advertising poster featuring color illustrations of International Harvester tractors and engines at work in several farm settings.
Description: Poster for International Harvester dealerships promoting the collection of scrap metal for use in war production. Features an illustration of a smiling sol...
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