Works Progress Administration Authentic Resource Mini-Poster
The Works Progress Administration brought us the Federal Art Project and a legacy of stunning graphic images created by artists across the country. Promoting literacy, voting, health, the arts, and more, the posters serve as both art and a primary source of the time they were created.
This poster, by Chester Raymond Miller, was created sometime in 1943, during World War II, and reminded citizens of the freedoms gained and supported with a vote at the ballot box as American forces were fighting for freedom on the other side of the world.
©2018. 13 x 19. Cardstock.
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Most Important Right
Mar 21, 2022 | By Lee R. White
I love having the voting rights poster hanging in the front of my classes as I always tell the students that voting is my main passion. This helps to solidify the reasons they need to remember to vote always.
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