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|Beware the cancer quack A reputable physician does not promise a cure, demand advance payment, advertise / / Plattner.
||44th annual exhibition by artists of Chicago and vicinity--The Art Institute of Chicago / Buczak.
||Little Miss Muffet ... reading a picture book ... / Gregg.
|Be kind to books club Are you a member? / / Gregg.
||Wee Willie Winkie runs through the town ... to count the many children reading library books / Cleo Sara.
||WPA Federal Art Project general exhibition
|Exhibition - oil paintings, Federal Art Gallery
||N.Y.A. of Illinois--Exposition of Youth ... pageants, handcraft, music, sports
||First houses Narrative, Charles Yale Harrison : Directed by Eugene Roder.
|Alaska - death-trap for the Jap / Grigware.
||Brookfield Zoo--By the "L" / Long.
||Art classes for children / Osborn.
|Exhibition of art by children / Osborn.
||Exhibition of work by the students / Osborn.
||W.P.A. Federal Art Project of Illinois--Sculpture exhibition - 433 East Erie Street--April 10th - May 12th / Osborn -39.
|Exhibition of art by children / ET.
||National art week / American art for American homes.
||The Works Progress Administration in Ohio presents The Federal Theatre for Youth in "The emperor's new clothes"
|WPA Federal Art Project exhibition - mural studies
||History of civic services in the city of New York Police No. 1 : The rattle watch.
||Public forum - H. Duncan Hall, former high official of the League of Nations, will discuss the essential conditions of any lasting peace / designed & made by Iowa Art Program, W.P.A.
|Please keep the park clean
||Occupations related to mathematics / Blanche L. Anish.
||Your children like these low rent homes Cedar-Central Apts., 2202 East 30th. Street.
|Occupations related to industrial arts
||Rotten living Decent living through planned housing.
||Work promotes confidence
|Cure juvenile delinquency in the slums by planned housing
||Keep your teeth clean
||Don't kill our wild life
WPA Posters ( Works Progress Administration ) were made during the WWII Era between 1936 and 1943 as part of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal. We are offering reproductions of approximately 800 of these posters which were orginally silkscreen, lithograph, and woodcuts. They were designed to publicize health and safety programs; cultural programs including art exhibitions, theatrical, and musical performances; travel and tourism; educational programs; and community activities in seventeen states and the District of Columbia. The posters were made possible by one of the first U.S. Government programs to support the arts .
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