SALVATION ARMY, 1919. Original US WW1 Poster (27 x 41” / 89 x 135 cm) originally rolled and now linen backed. Designed by Frederick Duncan for the United States Salvation Army Home Service Fund Campaign from May 19 – 26, 1919. This poster features a woman in a Red Cross uniform lifting her hand high above her head, with many destitute people below her – a very gloomy image that hopes to inspire people to donate to the cause and help out. “A MAN MAY BE DOWN BUT HE’S NEVER OUT!”
Originally rolled this poster was in very fine condition prior to linen backing with only minor wear along the margins.
Condition C8. For Sale $850 Linen Backed
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