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0132125
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Shall the Artist Survive?' American poster, late 1930s, for a forum sponsored by the Federal Art Project of the Works Progress Administration, at the Daly Theatre in New York City, featuring speakers Holger Cahill, Dr. Erwin Erdman, Elinore M. Herrick, J.B. Neumann, and Dr William Nunn.
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MACBETH, 1936.
A crowd outside the Lafayette Theatre in Harlem, on the opening night of the Federal Theatre Project's production of 'Macbeth.' Photograph, 1936.
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0175411
JUAN RODRIGUEZ CABRILLO
(1499-1543).
Also known as Joao Rodrigues Cabrilho. Portuguese explorer. Sculpture by Henry Lion in San Pedro, California. Photograph, c1940.
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0323422
POLIO FUNDRAISER, c1938.
Poster for a gala at The President Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey, to raise money to fight polio. Silkscreen poster, c1938.
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0060652
SHAHN: PICKING COTTON.
Mural by Ben Shahn for WPA at a Grand Concourse post office in the Bronx, New York City. Photo credit: Erik Falkensteen / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserv
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0176735
VIDAR: DEPARTMENT STORE.
Detail of a mural by Frede Vidar, 1934, in the Coit Tower, San Francisco, California. Full credit: Erik Falkensteen / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved
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0266759
POSTER: NUTRITION, c1942.
'Eat These Every Day.' Silkscreen poster, c1942.
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0175995
ESNER: INDUSTRY MURAL.
Work in a New Hampshire textile mill. Detail from a mural in the University of New Hampshire library, painted by Arthur Esner for the Works Progress Administration, 1938-42.
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0352822
AH WILDERNESS!, c1938.
Poster for a Federal Theatre Project production of 'Ah, Wilderness!' by Eugene O'Neill at the WPA Federal Theatre Playhouse in Los Angeles, California. Silkscreen, c1938.
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0131081
GROPPER: DAM, 1939.
Building a Dam. American post office mural by William Gropper, for the Department of the Interior, 1939.
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0124664
WORLD WAR II POSTER, c1943.
American World War II poster for the Pennsylvania State Council of Defense, c1943, encouraging civilians to be properly prepared for air raids. Silkscreen by Zebedee Johnson for the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project.
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0266202
ZOO POSTER, c1938.
'Visit the Zoo.' Woodcut, c1938.
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0120226
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Must We Always Have This? Why Not Housing?' American poster promoting planned housing as the solution to a host of inner city problems, showing an inkblot on which are drawn elements of inner-city life. Poster ran in New York during 1936 for the Works Projects Administration.
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0124662
WORLD WAR II POSTER, c1942.
American World War II poster for the Michigan State Employment Service, c1942, announcing employment opportunities for skilled workers in defense industries. Silkscreen for the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project.
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0054617
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
American poster by an unknown artist for the Works Progress Adminstration's Federal Art Project, which ran from 1935 to 1943.
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0173240
SEE AMERICA POSTER, c1937.
United States Travel Bureau poster promoting tourism in Montana, c1937.
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0124659
WORLD WAR II POSTER, c1942.
'Keep Mum - The World Has Ears.' American World War II poster for the Thirteenth Naval District of the U.S. Navy, c1942, warning against the dangers of careless talk. Silkscreen by Edward T. Grigware for the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project.
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0120223
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Low Rent Homes for Low Income Families: Valleyview Homes.' American poster for the Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority announcing a new low income housing development. Silkscreen, c1938.
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0124656
WORLD WAR II POSTER, c1943.
'Service on the Home Front.' American poster for the Pennsylvania State Council of Defense, c1943, encouraging participation in civil defense efforts during World War II. Silkscreen by Louis Hirshman and William Tasker for the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project.
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0172856
FABER: MURAL PAINTING, c1940.
American artist Arthur Faber painting a mural at the Willard Parker Hospital in New York City, funded by the Federal Arts Project, c1940.
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0323421
POSTER: TUBERCULOSIS, c1940.
'Fight tuberculosis - obey the rules of health.' Silkscreen poster, c1940.
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0266204
ZOO POSTER, c1936.
'Visit the Zoo.' Woodcut by Louise Welsh, c1936.
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0106257
NEW DEAL: WPA POSTER.
'Workers Service Program.' American poster showing factories and farm buildings. Poster ran in 1941 for the Works Progress Adminstration's Federal Arts Project.
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0352825
NATIVE GROUND, c1937.
Poster for a Federal Theatre Project production of 'Native Ground' by Virgil Geddes at the Maxine Elliott Theatre in New York City. Silkscreen, c1937.
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0175998
STEA: SEWAGE WORKERS.
Workmen placing an H-beam during the construction of an underground sewage system. Panel from the frieze 'Construction,' in the Bowery Bay Sewage Disposal Plant in Queens, New York, sculpted by Cesare Stea for the Works Progress Administration, 1939.
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0129744
WILD LIFE POSTER, c1940.
National Parks Service poster, c1940, promoting wild life conservation in national parks. Silkscreen by Frank S. Nicholson for the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project.
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0173238
SEE AMERICA POSTER, c1937.
United States Travel Bureau poster promoting tourism in National Parks. Poster by Harry Herzog, c1937.
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NYC: WPA POSTER, 1937.
WPA poster, c1937, for the Federal Writers' Project's New York City Guide.
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0172361
FROZEN CUSTARD STAND, 1939.
Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York. Photograph, 1939.
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0172259
BOYS PLAYING IN WRECKAGE.
Boys playing in the wreckage of a building. New York City, 1938.
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0322203
POSTER: DOLL PARADE, c1940.
Poster advertising a doll and buggy parade in Chicago, Illinois. Silkscreen, 1939.
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0037664
CALIFORNIA MISSION.
Franciscan monk and Native Americans at Californian mission, 18th century. Mural by Anton Refregier for the WPA. Photo credit: Erik Falkensteen / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0175999
STEA: SEWAGE WORKERS.
'Riveting.' Workmen installing part of an underground sewage system. Panel from the frieze 'Construction,' in the Bowery Bay Sewage Disposal Plant in Queens, New York, sculpted by Cesare Stea for the Works Progress Administration, 1939.
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0266205
ZOO POSTER, c1936.
'Visit the Zoo.' Woodcut by Louise Welsh, c1936.
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0352820
SWING MIKADO, c1939.
Poster for a Federal Theatre Project production of 'Swing Mikado' at the Golden Gate International Exposition in San Francisco, California. Silkscreen, c1939.
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POSTER: AQUARIUM, c1935.
'Visit the Aquarium.' Poster promoting the Philadelphia Aquarium. Lithograph by by Hugh Stevenson, c1935.
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0172854
DANCE: PAGE & STONE, c1940.
American dancers Ruth Page and Bentley Stone in a production by the Federal Ballet in Chicago, c1940. Photograph by Maurice Seymour.
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0052158
REFREGIER: WPA MURAL 1930s.
Jack London, right, and other Californian writers. Mural, late 1930s, by Anton Refregier for the WPA.
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0172858
THEATER POSTER, c1937.
Theater poster for 'Prologue to Glory, The Romance of the Young Lincoln,' by E.P. Conkle, at the Blackstone Theater in Chicago, Illinois, c1937.
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0324308
POSTER: ART EXHIBITION.
Poster for the Indian Court exhibit at the Golden Gate International Exposition in San Francisco, depicting a Haida blanket design. Silkscreen by Louis Siegriest, 1939.
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