ORIGINAL WWI LINEN-BACKED POSTER “SUGAR MEANS SHIPS” 1918
Washington DC: United States Food Administration, 1918. First Edition. Linen-mounted. This is an ORIGINAL linen-backed World War One poster, entitled "Sugar Means Ships" by Artist E. Fuhr.1918. 15.5" x 19" plus 2" linen border. Printed by The Carey Printing Company of New York. Expertly linen-mounted by dba Innis Archive.
The theme of the poster is to reduce the domestic consumption of sugar during WWI. Brush strokes suggest Gibson. Near Fine and expertly linen-mounted.
FREE SHIPPING via USPS to any United States Address. Near Fine. Item #1932