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Posters

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Subject Source: Fast

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Bob and Frank Cicero oral history about Globe Poster Printing Corporation

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0786
Overview Video-recorded oral history interviews (and accompanying transcripts) with Bob and Frank Cicero, who ran Globe Poster Printing Corporation from the 1970s until its closure in the late 2000s. The interviews were recorded by Emily Hikes, Globe Archivist, in Summer 2016.

Chinese cultural Revolution poster collection

 Collection — Folder OF-1: [Barcode: 31151034443212]
Identifier: MS-0677
Overview Collection of Chinese propaganda posters depicting Mao Zedong and scenes from Chinese life, 1956-1986.

Costakis collection of World War I posters

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-0573
Overview The collection includes a number of Russian propaganda posters ranging from the early days of World War I to the Russian civil war and the Revolution.

National Association of Black and White Men Together poster: "This is a Phenomenal Photograph. End Racism Now."

 Collection — Box OB-1: [Barcode: 31151034438626], Folder: 5
Identifier: MS-0880
Overview A lithographed poster designed to call attention to racism in the gay community. The poster was created in approximately 1980 by Ken Hair and Mike Smith of BWMT, Inc., now known as the National Association of Black and White Men Together.

Richard Frary collection of Jack Kerouac materials

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31151030056539]
Identifier: MS-0461
Overview Jack Kerouac (1922–1969) was an American novelist and poet of French-Canadian descent. This collection consists of a poster, a publication annoucement, a bibliographic checklist, and a photograh of a painting. The items date from 1975, and roughly 1981-1991.

Russian subbotnik poster

 Collection — Folder OF-1: [Barcode: 31151034443220]
Identifier: MS-0699
Overview Russian poster with Russian phrase that can be translated as, "Everyone come out for the Communist subbotnik!", 1974. Subbotniks were days of volunteer work following the October Revolution that took place on Saturday. The tradition is continued in modern Russia and some other former Soviet Republics. Subbotniks are mostly organized for cleaning the streets of garbage, fixing public amenities, collecting recyclable material, and other community services.