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Connecting the West with the Pony Express - The Great Republic

Connecting the West with the Pony Express

Connecting the West with the Pony Express - The Great Republic
1860s

Connecting the West with the Pony Express

Illustrated by American artist Kermit Oliver, “The Pony Express” silk scarf design was first issued by Hermès in 1993. Known for incorporating western themes and Native American iconography into hi...

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American Mapmaker A.J. Johnson - The Great Republic

American Mapmaker A.J. Johnson

Johnson maps are popularly known for their intricate detailing, delicate borders, and fine attention to detail. Read more about this famous American mapmaker.

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Advantageous Agriculture: A Look Into the U.S. Crop Corps and Other Agricultural Endeavors During WWII - The Great Republic

Advantageous Agriculture: A Look Into the U.S. Crop Corps and Other Agricultural Endeavors During WWII

Always sure to spark an audience’s interest, this World War II Crop Corps poster highlights a lesser known initiative that was aimed towards bolstering American agriculture during wartime. The Crop...

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Everybody, Every Payday: Collecting WWII Payroll Savings Bond Posters - The Great Republic
1942

Everybody, Every Payday: Collecting WWII Payroll Savings Bond Posters

 The Payroll Savings Plan was the backbone of the WWII savings and bond sales effort. Employees could authorize a certain allotment from each paycheck to be saved towards the purchase of a war savi...

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World War II Posters: Suffering and Sacrifices - The Great Republic
1942

World War II Posters: Suffering and Sacrifices

To guard against war complacency among the American public, the U.S. Government promoted messages that reminded civilian America of the suffering and sacrifices that were being made by its Armed Fo...

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Minute Man Imagery in WWII War Bond Posters - The Great Republic
20th Century

Minute Man Imagery in WWII War Bond Posters

To promote the sale of War Bonds during WWII, persuasive posters illustrating our country's past patriotic and historical events were painted by some of the best artists of the day. Almost 200,000 ...

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WWII Women in Service - The Great Republic
Color Lithograph

WWII Women in Service

The incredible size and scope of World War II necessitated the admission of women into military service. Starting in 1942, new programs like WAAC, WAVES, SPARS, WASP, and the Marine Corps Women's R...

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19th and 20th Century British Golfing Art - The Great Republic
A Difficult Bunker

19th and 20th Century British Golfing Art

Britain’s unique bunkers and rough links varied greatly from the carefully manicured courses of the United States, and the sporting art of the late 19th and early 20th century reflects that. The po...

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Grosset & Dunlap: Book Publishers for the Masses and Film Buffs Alike - The Great Republic
19th Century

Grosset & Dunlap: Book Publishers for the Masses and Film Buffs Alike

In 1914, theAmerican book publishing company of Grosset & Dunlap publishers their first photoplay. Today, these vintage photoplay editions are tracked down by film buffs, bibliophiles, and book...

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Collecting Vintage Silver Keepsake Boxes - The Great Republic
19th Century Silver

Collecting Vintage Silver Keepsake Boxes

Trinket or jewelry keepsake boxes have taken on many forms since their first conception in ancient times. However their purpose remains the same; to store jewelry and other items precious to the ow...

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