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1920s Baseball Propaganda Poster

1920s Baseball Propaganda Poster

Mounted on linen and professionally framed, this post World War I era propaganda poster is something quite special. In order to help "buck up" a post-war America, these eye-catching images and pithy phrases were intended to instruct and more importantly motivate workers at their jobs. This baseball inspired example reads, "The pitcher who keeps his head strikes out the batter with two out and the bases full. - Self control is job control." Measures 37.5x49" overall.

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