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Poster design attributed to John Wagner, ca 1938, Don't kill our wild life, WPA.

John Wagner, “Don’t kill our wild life” silkscreen, for the Department of the Interior, National Park Service. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress)

USA, WPA poster. The United States' first foreign trade zone: Staten Island, City of New York, opened February 1, 1937. Artist: Harry Herzog. NYC: WPA Federal Art Project. Publisher: City of New York Depart. of Docks.

The United States' first foreign trade zone, Staten Island, city of New York, opened February 1937 - Artist: Harry Herzog - NYC - WPA Federal Art Project - 1937 - for City of New York Department of Docks

See America. Alexander Dux, artist. NYC : Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project, ~1936-1939. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).

37 Vintage Travel Posters From the Library of Congress

See America. NYC : Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project, Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).

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Once upon a time, WPA poster, ca. 1938  Once upon a time. Poster by Kenneth Whitley showing Little Red Riding Hood and a wolf, for the Illinois Federal Art Project, Works Progress Administration (WPA), between 1936 and 1939.

Poster by Kenneth Whitley showing Little Red Riding Hood and a wolf, for the Illinois Federal Art Project, Works Progress Administration (WPA), between 1936 and From the WPA Posters Collection at the Library of Congress More WPA posters

W.P.A. Federal Art Project of Illinois – Sculpture exhibition – 433 East Erie Street – April 10th – May 12th / Osborn -39. (1939)

Federal Art Project of Illinois--Sculpture exhibition - 433 East Erie Street--April - May / Osborn

I am always looking for cool signage for the library media center. Recently I came across some awesome retro posters (* of course I used Ph...

Are you a member?' The Be Kind to Books Club is looking for new recruits. This WPA poster showing a group of children marching with a book club sign was illustrated before 1940 by artist Arlington Gregg for the WPA Illinois Art Project.

WPA poster from 1936 through 1938 by Jerome Henry Roth.

Montana WPA vintage travel poster from 1936 through 1938 by Jerome Henry Roth.

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