Tag: Poster Postcards

  • Part III – Fresh Air for the Children

    Part III – Fresh Air for the Children

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    [elementor-template id=”3378″] Poster Postcards Part III Fresh Air for the Children Translation Long live clean air and space Thanks to the French Red Cross hundreds of children are leaving the cities The British author, Kipling, wrote something to the effect that scents are stronger than sights and sounds to make the heart strings crack. This…

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  • Posters IV Arthur Wragg

    Posters IV Arthur Wragg

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    [elementor-template id=”3378″] Posters IV Arthur Wragg Arthur Wragg died in 1976 at age 73. His life was lived in a totally slapdash fashion. He possessed no organizational skills. He was a troubled youth, having been born in a suburb of Manchester, England on January 3, 1903, then raised in Harrogate with his older sister, Amy.…

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  • Poster Series X – The US Navy Visits Australia

    Poster Series X – The US Navy Visits Australia

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    [elementor-template id=”3378″] Posters Series X The US Navy Visits Australia U. S. Fleet Visits Australia The year before President Theodore Roosevelt left office, he dispatched the U. S. Navy’s Atlantic Fleet on an around the world tour. Twenty-eight ships and 14,000 men left port in Hampton Ponds, Virginia for South America, Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia, the Philippines, Japan, Malaya, and back home…

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Past Article

Ray Hahn

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A day in the life of American politics – Wednesday, September 23, 1908. That was the day when one man, one newspaper, one stretch of lawn in Brook, Indiana, turned the whole of American political campaigning up-side-down. The “picnic” was announced with a postcard.

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