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    How To Respect And Display Our Flag by BOUMA, Donald G

    Goshen, Indiana: Modern School Supply Co., Inc. Map. Color lithograph. 27 5/8" x 41 5/8. Plate 38. Vivid bold graphics describe the Federal Flag Code. Staining and chips to right margin from being in a rolled format. From a set called The Comprehensive Series: Social Studies Maps of the United States.



    Over the Top for You; Buy U.S. Gov't Bonds, Third Liberty Loan by RIESENBERG, Sidney H

    Philadelphia: Ketterlinus, 1918. Original Poster. Color lithograph. 30 x 20 inches. Original Poster. Color lithograph. 30 x 20 inches. This poster features a young 'doughboy' advancing out of his trench, clutching a billowing American flag. His pale face and the bright colors of the flag stand out prominently against the dark background. Sidney H. Riesenberg (1885-1971) was an illustrator from Chicago who lived in Yonkers, NY. He was one of be best know illustrators of the WW1 era, creating numerous posters for the war effort, including those for the Marines and the US Navy. This poster, for the Third Liberty Loan, is his most celebrated work. A small tear at bottom, left and top margins but otherwise in very good condition.




    Morrisonia. N Y: Uncredited. Good with no dust jacket. 1866. First Edition. Paperback. Confederacy; Civil War; none; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 17 pages; Ex= Long Island Historical Society- color stamp. Otherwise clean. Number 24 of 26 copies printed for private circulation. Signed on limitation page by Henry B Daw[s]on [1821-1889 who is the presumed author. Dawson also published a pictorial series of the Civil war and the War of 1812. Limited edition of a memoir originally written for The Gazette, a weekly newspaper, and was printed in this volume in order to "save the record which it contains from the common fate of all newspaper articles." This work is number 24 of 26 printed pieces, although Sabin 14754 states there were 27, he sheds no further light on this piece. Measures approximately 6.5" x 10" . Held in a pamphlet binder whose covers have large chips. Half title states, "The First Flag over Richmond, Va. April 3, 1865. " Pages are generally good or better with a couple small chips but clean with no foxing or toning. Title page printed in red and black. Contents complete. ; Signed by Author .



    Our Flags Beat Germany Support Every Flag that opposes Prussianism by US Food Administration

    New York: Heywood Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co. Original poster. Color lithograph. 21.5 x 14 inches. This striking circa 1918 World War I poster by artist Adolf Treidler was created by the United States Food administration as part of the homefront mobilization series. The poster urges people to 'Beat Germany' eating less and wasting nothing. As the administrator of the Food Administration, Herbert Hoover and the Administrations believed that "Food, will win the war". The Food Administration combined the spirit of patriotism and advertising to conserve food. The poster is in good condition with minor foxing. Mounted on board. Collection inventory number in margin. Library notations in right margin. Pencil notation on verso notes provenance to L.I. Historical Society. Hard to find.



    Scandinavian Airlines System by OLLE SVENSSON

    Olle Svensson, 1952. unbound. Original. Color lithograph. 39 1/4 x 24 1/2 inches. Archival frame. 40 3/4 x 26 inches. This beautiful Scandinavian Airline Systems or SAS poster from 1952 features flags of over 40 countries counties in vivid color. On the top left, two airplanes orbiting a globe and the logo of SAS which depicts the national flags of Denmark, Sweden and Norway. The company, formed by three national Scandinavian airline, was established in 1946 and later handed over operations to SAS in 1951. Two years after this poster was issued, SAS would become the first airline to fly the polar route. The poster is in good condition with minor tears at edges, some creasing in the margins and pin holes in corners. Classic travel poster from the early days of world travel.

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