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Propaganda and Ad Posters of the 1930s

Hitler Poster
Hitler Poster
World’s Fair, New York (1939)
World’s Fair, New York (1939)
"The shoe bears" – A marionette play. (1936)
"The shoe bears" – A marionette play. (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)
Parks exhibition – International Building, Rockefeller Center / executed by Mayor’s Poster Project. (1936)
Parks exhibition – International Building, Rockefeller Center / executed by Mayor’s Poster Project. (1936)
Eat fruit – be healthy. (1936)
Eat fruit – be healthy. (1936)
Lyman Bryson, famous forum leader, will discuss "Are we done with democracy?" at Roosevelt High – 8th year of Des Moines Public Forum / designed and (1936)
Lyman Bryson, famous forum leader, will discuss "Are we done with democracy?" at Roosevelt High – 8th year of Des Moines Public Forum / designed and (1936)
See America – Welcome to Montana / M. Weitzman. (1936)
See America – Welcome to Montana / M. Weitzman. (1936)
Model yacht and motor boat races – Final championship, Conservatory Lake 72nd St. and 5th Ave., Central Park. (1936)
Model yacht and motor boat races – Final championship, Conservatory Lake 72nd St. and 5th Ave., Central Park. (1936)
S. A. Mann
S. A. Mann
Dunkerque by Roger Broders (1930)
Dunkerque by Roger Broders (1930)
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)
Bourgogne, (Lithograph) by N. Gerale (1938)
Bourgogne, (Lithograph) by N. Gerale (1938)
La Cote Basque by Piabert (1930)
La Cote Basque by Piabert (1930)