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LABOR POSTER, 1935.
'We Demand the National Textile Act.' Unpublished poster, 1935, by Ben Shahn, of which only a single copy is believed to have been produced.
HARRY HOUDINI (1874-1926).
OPIUM HABIT 'CURE,' 1877.
Advertisement from an American newspaper of 1877. Such mail order 'cures' for opium and morphine addiction contracted by wounded veterans of the Civil War regularly appeared in newspapers and magazines during the late 19th century.
WHITE SUPREMACY, 1890.
Handbill advertising a torch-light procession in Jackson, Mississippi to celebrate the end of 'radical rule' (African-American and Republican) and the consolidation of 'white supremacy' (Democratic) in the state of Mississippi. January, 1890.
German Democratic Republic Bezirk Cottbus - propaganda slogan at a ruinous barn - 01.01.1981.
CAMPAIGN CAR, 1929.
Great Britain, election: car for campaigning. Photographed by Sennecke, 1929.
NATIONAL OATS AD, 1919.
"Makes Kids Husky": American magazine advertisement, 1919, for National Oats.
POSTER: WOMEN'S RIGHTS.
'Parity begins at home.' English poster, 1974, supporting women's liberation.
KETCHUP AD, 1955.
'Deliciously Yours! P.S. Don't Those Franks Look Wonderful?' Advertisement for Hunt's Tomato Catsup, from an American magazine of 1955.
FASHION: SHOES, 1890.
Advertisement, American, 1890.
SPANISH CIVIL WAR POSTER.
Republican (Loyalist) poster from the Spanish Civil War, 1936-39, featuring both Communist and Anarchist colors and emblems.
RONALD REAGAN (1911-2004).
40th President of the United States. Poster for the film 'She's Working Her Way Through College,' 1952, starring Virginia Mayo, with Ronald Reagan, right, playing a professor, and Gene Nelson.
KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES, 1910.
Who's the Lucky Man?: American advertisment, c1910, for Kellog's Toasted Corn Flakes cereal.
CIRCUS POSTER, 1914.
American lithograph circus poster poster for Barnum & Bailey's Greatest Show on Earth, featuring the Ching-Ling-He and Tia Pen acrobat troupes.
WORLD WAR II: RED CROSS.
'Your Red Cross Needs You.' American World War II poster by James Montgomery Flagg, 1942.
MORTISED CUT, 19th CENTURY.
American typefounder's cut for advertising a sale, 19th century.
ANTI-JAPANESE POSTER, c1942.
'Remember Pearl Harbor.' American World War II propaganda poster, c1942, warning citizens against Japanese spies and informants.
AMERICAN CIRCUS POSTER.
American circus poster, 1912.
CHEVROLET AD, 1957.
Chevrolet automobile advertisement from an American magazine, 1957.
WORLD WAR I: U-BOAT POSTER.
German World War I U-Boat poster, c1916.
MAYPOLE SOAP, 1898.
English newspaper advertisement, 1898.
COLD CREAM AD, 1913.
Colgate's Cold Cream advertisement from an American magazine, 1913.
ATLANTIC CITY: THE SANDMAN.
A man making sculptures and messages in the sand on the beach in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The messages are 'Don't forget the worker' and 'A few grains of sand.' Photograph, late 19th century or early 20th century.
MARLBORO CIGARETTE AD.
'Come to where the flavor is. Come to Marlboro Country.' Advertisement for Marlboro cigarettes from an American magazine of 1966.
ILLUSTRATIONS & POSTERS.
United States of America, 20th century, First World War - Join the United States school garden army. Enlist now. Propaganda poster, illustration by Edward Penfield (1866-1925), 1918. Full Credit: DEA / G. NIMATALLAH / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
ILLUSTRATIONS & POSTERS.
United States of America, 20th century, First World War - I want you for U.S. Army. Recruitment poster, illustration by James Montgomery Flagg (1877-1960), 1917. Full Credit: DEA / G. NIMATALLAH / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
CAMPBELL'S SOUP AD, 1969.
For Campbell's Tomato Soup, from an American magazine.
WORLD WAR I: U.S. POSTER.
'Food is ammunition.' U.S. Food administration World War I poster, c1918.
OCCUPY WALL STREET, 2012.
Flyer distributed by Occupy Wall Street protesters at Union Square in Manhattan, New York City, referring to the government bailouts that were given to Wall Street firms following the financial crisis of 2008. Collected on 22 March 2012.
WORLD WAR II BOND POSTER.
'Buy War Bonds.' American World War II poster by N.C. Wyeth, 1942.
CAMEL CIGARETTE AD, 1946.
'More Doctors Smoke Camels than Any Other Cigarette'. advertisement for Camel cigarettes from an American magazine, 1946.
LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE AD.
Actor Robert Taylor endorsing Lucky Strike cigarettes. American magazine advertisement, 1937.
VOTES FOR WOMEN, 1911.
American women's suffrage poster, 1911.
CIRCUS POSTER, 1890s.
COCA-COLA AD, c1973.
American magazine advertisement for Coca-Cola, c1973.
WORLD WAR II: U.S. POSTER.
'Remember December 7th.' American World War II poster, 1944, recalling the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941.
TEXAS BROADSIDE, 1836.
Broadside advertising a free passage to Texas after winning independence from Mexico, March 1836.
RUSSIA: ANTI-NUCLEAR, 1958.
'No!': Soviet poster, 1958, by Albert Aslyan.
REEFER MADNESS, 1936.
Advertisement for the 1936 American film 'Reefer Madness.'
UNITED NATIONS: WE BELIEVE.
Seals for the 'U.N. We Believe' program, organized to persuade business and industry in the United States to publicly express support of the principles of the United Nations, 1959.
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