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The Womans Land Army of America 1918

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May 27th, 2013 - 08:08 PM

The Womans Land Army of America 1918

The Woman's Land Army of America 1918 is the newest restoration, reproduced in hi-resolution to ensure superior quality enlargements and is available now in our 'Vintage Posters' gallery featuring intriguing examples of the early graphic arts . . .


"The Woman's Land Army of America 1918" . . . A vintage war poster for The Woman's Land Army of America, offering training and board at the University of Virginia in Richmond. Two women wearing gardening outfits carry a basket of freshly harvested vegetables through the rows of fertile fields. Behind them, riding a horse, a woman in uniform holds an American flag. From an original 20th century (1918) print by Herbert Paus. All Rights Reserved 2013 padre art . . .

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This rare print ~ with many other vintage posters, illustrations, advertisements and magazine covers ~ can be found as designs on unique gift ideas at our online shop, 'Classic Old Photos' . . . The Woman's Land Army of America 1918

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