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Work Projects Administration Poster Collection and Fine Prints by Federal Art Project Artists

Selected images from the collection


"See America, welcome to Montana. United States Travel Bureau." Artist unknown. Color silkscreen poster. Federal Art Project, New York, 1939. Reproduction number: LC-USZC4-4241 (color film copy transparency); LC-USZC2-849 (color film copy slide)

[See America, welcome to Montana. United States Travel Bureau.  Poster showing mountain scene with horse and rider]
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[Don't kill our wild life.  Poster showing two deer crossing road in front of approaching car.]
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"Don't kill our wild life." Artist unknown. Color silkscreen poster. Federal Art Project, New York, 1940. Reproduction number: LC-USZC2-1001 (color film copy slide); LC-USZC4-1988 (color film copy transparency)

"The United States' first foreign trade zone ... " Jack Rivolta, artist. Color silkscreen poster. Federal Art Project, New York, 1937. Reproduction number: LC-USZC4-4244 (color film copy transparency); LC-USZC2-963 (color film copy slide)

[The United States' first foreign trade zone ...  Poster showing five ocean liners.]
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[Federal Theatre presents
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"Federal Theatre presents '... one-third of a nation.' A living newspaper about housing ... " Spellens, artist. Color silkscreen poster. Federal Art Project, New York, 1939. Reproduction number: LC-USZC4-2090 (color film copy transparency)

"Worker with mallet." Moses Oley, artist. Lithograph, 1938. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-89662 (b&w film copy neg.)

[Worker with mallet]
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