Posted in Pamela K. Harer, persuasive arts, propaganda, propaganda arts, Steve Heller, The Wolfsonian-FIU library, World War II Tags: Barry University students, Charles L. McCartney, Ellen and Louis Wolfson III, Francis Xavier Luca, Jr., Katherine Orfanedes McCartney, Lisa Jeffery, Mitchell Wolfson, Occupied territories, The Netherlands, World War (1939-1945)
Posted in cruise ships, Cuba, donations, gifts, Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf, Laurence Miller Collection, Vicki Gold Levi, Wolfsonian library, Wolfsonian library collection Tags: Advertisements, Brochures, Florida Intracoastal Waterway, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Miami, Miami Beach, Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Boat Show, Miami Marina, pleasure craft, Power boats, Sailing ships, South Florida, Strictly Sail, tourism, yachts and yachting
Posted in Uncategorized Tags: Angelo Herndon, Anti-communism, Brian Orfall, Communism, Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA), Florida International University, Great Depression, Hugo Gellert (1892-1985), International Labor Defense (ILD), library exhibitions, Lynd Ward (1905-1985), Palmer Raids, Popular Front, Red Scare, red-baiting, Rockwell Kent (1882-1971), Scottsboro Boys, Scottsboro Trial (Alabama), Socialism, Teaching American History Master's Degree Program, The Christopher DeNoon Collection for the Study of New Deal Culture, Wolfsonian library
Posted in anti-Semitism, antisemitism, FIU students, Florida International University students, Holocaust, Nazi propaganda, photography, photomontage Tags: Adolf Hitler, David Almeida, Heinrich Hoffmann, Nazi photographers, Nazi visual culture
Posted in donations, Pamela K. Harer, war propaganda, Wolfsonian library, Wolfsonian library collection, Wolfsonian-FIU library, World War I Tags: Art for All: British Posters for Transport exhibition, Charles L. Marshall, Francis Xavier Luca, Henry Hacker, Jr., posters, transport posters, war posters
Posted in Uncategorized Tags: Art Nouveau, book bindings, Consul General (Netherlands), designers, Dutch artists, illustrators, Ludwig Willem Reyment Wenckebach (1860-1937), Ludwig Willem Reymert Wenckebach, Nieuwe Kunst
Posted in Design 4, FIU students, Florida International University, Florida International University students, Wolfsonian Tags: costumes, objects
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