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Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project (Artist: Erik Hans Krause), Nurse the Baby

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Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project (Artist: Erik Hans Krause), Nurse the Baby, Library of Congress, 1938

This poster promotes proper child care and breastfeeding technique, encouraging women to talk to their doctor and educate themselves through Health…

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Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project, Expecting? Get the Right Advice from the Right Sources

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Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project, Expecting? Get the Right Advice from the Right Sources, Library of Congress, September 2nd, 1938

Posters from the Works Progress Administration often focused on public health. This poster focuses on infant care, which was a particularly popular…

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Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project (Artist: Ben Kaplan), Health for Efficiency

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Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project (Artist: Ben Kaplan), Health for Efficiency, Library of Congress, 1936-1941

This poster, sponsored by the Adult Education Project of the Board of Education and WPA, is an advertisement for free courses on "health education."…

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Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project, Department of the Interior, National Park Service (Design attributed to John Wagner), Don't Kill Our Wildlife

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Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project, Department of the Interior, National Park Service (Design attributed to John Wagner), Don't Kill Our Wildlife, Library of Congress, 1940

This poster, which shows two deer running in front of a vehicle, urges the public not to "kill our wildlife." Created by the Federal Arts Project,…

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