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0010978
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1880.
'Grand National Republican Banner 1880.' James A. Garfield and Chester A. Arthur as the Republican Party candidates for President and Vice President on a lithograph campaign poster by Currier & Ives, 1880.
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McCORMICK REAPER, c1875.
McCormick Harvesting Machine Company advertisement, from an American agricultural magazine.
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WWII: POSTER, c1942.
'I Pledge Allegiance and Silence About the War.' Silkscreen poster by Thomas A. Byrne, c1942.
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0007241
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 Unpublished poster, 1935, by Ben Shahn, of which only a single copy is believed to have been produced.
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0128869
COCA-COLA AD, c1973.
American magazine advertisement for Coca-Cola, c1973.
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0037838
OGDEN'S CIGARETTES, 1897.
'Still Scoring Heavily.' English advertisement for Ogden's 'Guinea-Gold' cigarettes, 1897.
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0073196
PROPAGANDA POSTER, 1941.
Propaganda poster, published 1941 (probably after the invasion of the Soviet Union by German troops). Original text: "DON'T CLAP! Be aware. The walls are listening these days. It's not far from gossip to treason." Full credit: rps - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All righ
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PEOPLE.
' German Democratic Republic Bezirk Berlin (Ost-Berlin) East Berlin - Demonstration against the communist regime of the SED, for freedom of press and opinion, free elections and democracy; slogan on a banner - 04.11.1989 '.
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0037754
CHINESE IMMIGRANTS, c1880.
Broadside, c1880, supporting the Workingmen's Party of California in elections to the state legislature, featuring the party's popular slogan, 'The Chinese Must Go!'
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0047309
ALGERIAN WAR POSTER, 1957.
"No More French Algeria--No More France!" French poster, 1957, demanding that France remain in Algeria.
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0097880
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1948.
Progressive Party campaign slogan for Henry Wallace, 1948.
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0013418
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.
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0043490
TV DINNER AD, 1963.
'Swanson Night ... everybody wins!' Advertisement for Swanson's TV dinners from an American magazine, 1963.
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0087493
PATHÉ FRÈRES POSTER, 1898.
1898 poster by Adrien Barrere for brothers Charles and Emile Pathé, French engineers and cinema producers. Shown carrying a projector and a phonograph. The rooster in the poster is their trademark.
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0080642
FRENCH ASPIRIN, c1950.
French poster for Aspirine Usines du Rhone, c1950.
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0035365
LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE AD.
Actress Jean Harlow (1911-1937) endorsing Lucky Strike cigarettes: American magazine advertisement, 1932.
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0083337
WORLD WAR I: REFUGEES.
'Give or We Perish.' Poster by Wladyslaw Theodore Benda, 1917, for the American Committee for Relief in the Near East, appealing for support for deported Armenian and Greek Orthodox Christians in the Ottoman Empire during World War I.
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0021175
WORLD WAR II: POSTER, 1940.
'Back them up!' British World War II poster depicting the Battle of Britain, 1940.
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0022212
ADOLF HITLER (1889-1945).
Chancellor of Germany, 1933-1945. On an official German poster, 1938.
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0023526
WWII: GERMAN POSTER.
One Fight, Once Victory! German World War II poster on Hitler's 10th anniversary as Chancellor.
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0022442
RUSSIA: COMMUNIST POSTER.
'The Dead of the Paris Commune Have Risen under the Red Banner of the Soviets.' Poster, 1921.
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0022428
WORLD WAR I: U.S. POSTER.
'Teamwork builds ships.' American World War I United States Shipping Board poster.
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0037419
GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTHUR
(1880-1964). 'We shall not let him down! Work! To keep 'em firing!' General Douglas MacArthur on a U.S. World War II poster encouraging civilian workforce to support troops.
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AVIATION POSTER, 1932.
French poster for Air Orient, 1932.
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0012887
FASHION: SHOES, 1890.
Advertisement, American, 1890.
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0128477
LIBERTY OR DEATH, 1776.
Wood engraving from the introduction to 'The War of Independence' by Benson J. Lossing, 1850.
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0009832
WORLD WAR II: RED CROSS.
'Your Red Cross Needs You.' American World War II poster by James Montgomery Flagg, 1942.
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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.
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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.
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0052556
WWII: US POSTER, 1942.
"This is America...Keep it Free!": American World War II poster, 1942, featuring a photograph by Fred G. Korth.
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0020332
CIRCUS POSTER, 1909.
American.
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0082140
CHEVROLET AD, 1926.
Chevrolet automobile advertisement from an American magazine, 1926.
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0027028
WORLD WAR I: LIBERTY LOAN, 1919. 'Americans All! Victory Liberty Loan.' American World War I poster by Howard Chandler Christy, 1919.
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0007127
CHEVROLET AD, 1957.
Chevrolet automobile advertisement from an American magazine, 1957.
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0079709
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.
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0039669
WWII: 'CAN ALL YOU CAN'.
American World War II poster.
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0010834
COLD CREAM AD, 1913.
Colgate's Cold Cream advertisement from an American magazine, 1913.
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0167152
WORLD WAR II: WAR PAINT.
Camouflaged British soldiers admire the slogans painted on the side of an airplane, before the invasion of Normandy, June 1944.
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0045858
WORLD WAR I: U.S. POSTER.
'I need you in the Navy this minute!' American World War I recruiting poster, c1917, by James Montgomery Flagg.
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CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
landing on San Salvador in the Bahamas, 12 October 1492. Watercolor, c1820, by an unknown American artist.
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