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Americans Suffer when careless talk kills!, 1943

 File — Box: Medium Posters, 1940-1949, Folder: 1
Identifier: 1943-O-558552

Dates

  • 1943

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research use.

Extent

1 Items

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

The earliest posters in the collection feature Leonora Jackson, one of the first female violinists to gain international fame, circa 1900-1915. The most recent poster is a 2020 Black Lives Matter poster. In between is everything from a 1968 Nixon/Agnew campaign poster, to Baltimore City Fair Posters from the 1970s, to a poster from the U.S. Pro Cycle Championship held in Baltimore in 1982.

The bulk of the posters in the collection, over 1,000, are World War I and World War II era propaganda posters. Most were produced by the U.S. Government; the collection also consists of privately printed posters, both from the United States and abroad.

Repository Details

Part of the H. Furlong Baldwin Library Repository

Contact:
H. Furlong Baldwin Library
Maryland Center for History and Culture
610 Park Avenue
Baltimore MD 21201 United States
4106853750