These vivid WPA poster images, dating from 1935 to 1943, promote public health, travel, and civic activities. Featured artists include Erik Hans Krause, Richard Halls, Jerome Henry Roth, Robert M. Jones, and Katherine Milhous. Reflecting an often-overlooked historical era in socially revolutionary de... read more
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These vivid WPA poster images, dating from 1935 to 1943, promote public health, travel, and civic activities. Featured artists include Erik Hans Krause, Richard Halls, Jerome Henry Roth, Robert M. Jones, and Katherine Milhous. Reflecting an often-overlooked historical era in socially revolutionary design, the graphics can be printed out at poster size and played as a slideshow on a computer or TV.
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