World War I Poster: Uncle Sam
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An inspiring example of the dramatic artwork employed during World War I (1914-1918) to promote volunteerism, donations and bond sales used to finance the War. The Library’s collections hold over 3,000 international WWI posters donated by Edward Michael.
This poster will be among many to be exhibited at the downtown Buffalo, New York, Central Library beginning November 18, 2017 as part of the 2-year exhibition “Buffalo Never Fails: The Queen City and World War I” exhibition.
Reproduction print on archival paper: image size 11 x 14 in., matted to 16 x 20 in.
The Library watermark will not be printed on your print. All images are produced as quality archival prints using Fourdrinier acid-free museum quality paper with a high white finish and silky smooth surface. Each Reproduction is printed on demand with HP 70 Vivera pigment inks on an 8-ink printing system to achieve consistently outstanding image quality, along with resolution of 2400 dpi, to highlight even the most intricate details. Water- and fade-resistant, we ensure that our prints will provide customer satisfaction for generations to come.