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    World War I Propaganda (U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919). Victory Liberty Loan Poster (20" X 30") "And They Thought We Couldn't Fight" by artist Victor Clyde Forsythe.
    This stirring image is by noted cartoonist/artist, Victor Clyde Forsythe. Forsythe entered the comic strip world prior to World War I. His most successful feature was the long-running Joe Jinks, which dealt successively with automobiles, aviation, and boxing. He drew a number of other strips ("Way Out West"), and for a time, shared a studio with Norman Rockwell. He was noted particularly for his fine desert scenes. Brilliant stone litho color fills this poster, which shows only right edge wear with small tears. Folded, Fine/Very Fine.


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