WPA Posters from the Library of Congress

The Library of Congress has extensive online digital collections, including a comprehensive collection of Works Progress Administration posters from the 1930s and 40s.

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Here are a few examples (click for a closer look):

No creature in this world is so ignorantly nurtured as the average baby.

In March, read the books you’ve always meant to read.

Keep your teeth clean.

More about the Great Depression

~ by lolarusa on March 6, 2009.

3 Responses to “WPA Posters from the Library of Congress”

  1. These are great. Very timely.

  2. Grandpa said that W.P.A. stood for “We Piddle Around.” :D

  3. by the way, it’s good to be back

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