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Propaganda and Ad Posters of the 1930s

The 5 & 10 [cent] store. (1936)
The 5 & 10 [cent] store. (1936)
Shell by Geo Ham (1934)
Shell by Geo Ham (1934)
"Know your city" – City planning & housing exhibition – Sioux City Art Center, October – 16 – 17 – 18 – Public invited. (1936)
"Know your city" – City planning & housing exhibition – Sioux City Art Center, October – 16 – 17 – 18 – Public invited. (1936)
Werbung des BDO (1934)
Werbung des BDO (1934)
Nazi Military Training Poster
Nazi Military Training Poster
La Cote Basque Par Avion (1930)
La Cote Basque Par Avion (1930)
Send your magazine subscriptions to New Trier – Help support the scholarship fund. (1936)
Send your magazine subscriptions to New Trier – Help support the scholarship fund. (1936)
WPA Federal Music Project presents songs and piano music everybody should know – Free to the public / BL. (1936)
WPA Federal Music Project presents songs and piano music everybody should know – Free to the public / BL. (1936)
"American Family Robinson" – A comedy in three acts by George Savage – A sizzling fun-filled comedy of family life and strife. (1939)
"American Family Robinson" – A comedy in three acts by George Savage – A sizzling fun-filled comedy of family life and strife. (1939)
Assicurazioni Generali Venezia (1936)
Assicurazioni Generali Venezia (1936)
"Two a day" – A cavalcade of vaudeville by Gene Stone and Jack Robinson – Augmented orchestra – See the favorite stars pass in r (1938)
"Two a day" – A cavalcade of vaudeville by Gene Stone and Jack Robinson – Augmented orchestra – See the favorite stars pass in r (1938)
Federal Theatre presents George Bernard Shaw’s "Androcles and the lion" – A Negro production / Halls. (1936)
Federal Theatre presents George Bernard Shaw’s "Androcles and the lion" – A Negro production / Halls. (1936)
Indian court, Federal Building, Golden Gate International Exposition, San Francisco, 1939 – Apache devil dancer from an Indian painting, Arizona / S (1939)
Indian court, Federal Building, Golden Gate International Exposition, San Francisco, 1939 – Apache devil dancer from an Indian painting, Arizona / S (1939)
Federal Theatre [presents] "It might happen to you" – A drama in three acts by Leon Lord – The most powerful courtroom drama ever (1939)
Federal Theatre [presents] "It might happen to you" – A drama in three acts by Leon Lord – The most powerful courtroom drama ever (1939)