World War I Propaganda (W. F. Powers Litho Co., c. 1918). ...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionWorld War I Propaganda (W. F. Powers Litho Co., c. 1918). Rolled, Very Fine. War Bond Poster (27" X 41") "Lend the Way They Fight," Edmund M. Ashe Artwork.
Featuring artwork by Edmund Ashe, known for his time as an artist-correspondent for New York World and New-York Tribune during President William McKinley's and President Theodore Roosevelt's terms in the Oval Office, this beautiful stone litho poster, Ashe's only known illustration for a war poster, encourages United States citizens to purchase war bonds and support the soldiers overseas. The poster shows slight edge wear, mild creases, small tears, and a couple of very faint stains in the borders. There is a piece of cellophane tape on the verso. Rolled, Very Fine.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000.
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