World War II Poster Art Exhibit Opens At FDR Library

The FDR Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park over the weekend opened a new exhibit of World War Two Poster Art.  The exhibit features over 150 colorful posters drawn from the more than 3,000 posters in the library’s collection. 

“The exhibit will also feature special displays that relate the stories behind some of the best-known posters. These include J. Howard Miller’s famous “We Can Do It” poster with the figure of “Rosie the Riveter,” Norman Rockwell’s “Four Freedoms” posters, and James Montgomery Flagg’s enduring image of Uncle Sam proclaiming “I Want You.” 

The exhibit continues through the end of the year.

Photo:  WKIP

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