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Date: 1918 ca.
Description: French poster advertising loans for the war effort, sponsored by the Société Générale, a large French bank. Depicts a French soldier strangling the German...
Description: Hand-drawn poster that was originally displayed outside of The Nitty Gritty in Madison, Wisconsin. Reads, "You Are Wanted in Here!".
Description: Poster advertising for the "Celebration of Life" music festival, held June 21 through 28, 1971, 150 miles north of New Orleans. Poster features two colorfu...
Description: South American advertising poster for Chattanooga cane mills featuring color illustrations of machines and a photograph of a rural sugar processing operati...
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: International Harvester sign reading "Make Your Dollar Buy a Dollar's Worth Before Buying." The sign was intended to encourage thrift among company employe...
Date: 1967 after
Description: Poster advertising the French release of "Rush to Judgment", Emile de Antonio's 1967 documentary film about the Warren Commission. Poster has black text an...
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...
Date: 1851 ca.
Description: Advertising handbill for reapers designed by A.J. Cook and manufactured by Hatch and Whitely of Springfield in Clark County, Ohio.
Description: A large Muskelunge (Muskie), badge number 315, takes control with his six shooter revolver in a crowded bar full of a variety of fish. The music is provid...
Description: Print advocating "Unconditional and Universal Amnesty". Includes an image of a flower in a rifle.
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Argentine film poster. Photographic image of a man standing behind a woman who is sitting on a carousel horse. His hand is resting on her shoulder. Around...
Description: Color lithograph on paper. Across top in caps "A splendid scenic revival of the greatest of American dramas." Title runs beneath. Scene from play in which...
Description: German advertising poster for International Harvester's Deering line of reapers. Includes color illustrations and the text "der neue Deering getreidemaher...
Description: Advertising poster for the McCormick-Deering corn planter and drill. Includes color illustration and the text "time-proven features in a 1926 model."
Date: date unknown
Description: Front of card, which reads: "Did you have the right to pick your own parents?" and signed: "Sid Boyum."
Description: Harry W. Bolens, an inventor, obtained patents on chair and furniture fixtures, power garden tractors and lawn mowers. He helped organize the Gilson Manfac...
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: A poster or signboard titled "The Right Spirit" depicting five examples of International Harvester employees engaging in recreational and voluntary activit...
Date: 1970-11-20 ca.
Description: Poster calling for students to "be a part of the" University of Wisconsin-Madison marching band. The contact is Mr. Michael Leckrone, who became director o...
Date: 1966 ca.
Description: Czechoslovakian film poster for the Soviet film "Sled v okeane." Image of divers in the blue ocean, with one having a photographic image for a face. A cros...
Description: Flyer advertising the film "Winter Soldier," featuring six head shots of young men.
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