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Posters

 Subject
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Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Records of the TCU Department of Ballet and Modern Dance

 Collection
Identifier: RU 33
Overview

Scrapbooks, photos, negatives, TCU and non-TCU ballet programs, dance magazines, dance step books, posters, and TCU performance videotapes from 1914-1996. Includes documents of the Fort Worth Ballet Association.

Dates: 1914-1996 inclusive, 1950-1984 bulk; Majority of material found in 1950-1984

Records of the TCU School of Music

 Collection
Identifier: RU 41
Overview

The records include posters from guest artist, student, and faculty performances. Promotional material and three audio discs from 1999 are also included.

Dates: 1989-2013 inclusive, 2012-2013 bulk

World War I Poster Collection

 Collection — Drawer Map Case : [A9]
Identifier: MS 166
Scope and Contents The World War I Poster Collection consists of 19 posters, a sampling of the approximately 1,400 war propaganda posters produced by the Committee on Public Information (CPI) starting in 1914. Famous artists and illustratiors of the day donated their time and talents to design works of art for the CPI under the leadership of George Creel and artistic director Charles Gibson. The posters promote a patriotic duty to join the armed forces, purchase Liberty Bonds and stamps, conserve food, and...
Dates: 1917-1919, undated