Vintage Political Signs

9 Vintage Photographs of Protest and Political Signs

1915-1923. Photograph by Harris & Ewing. "Lloyd George the Anarchist and Wilson his junior partner," "Mr. Wilson is busy protecting America's enemy. The British Empire," and "Mr Wilson! Murder is Murder whether by a Turk or an Englishman"

1915-1923. Photograph by Harris & Ewing. “Lloyd George the Anarchist and Wilson his junior partner,” “Mr. Wilson is busy protecting America’s enemy. The British Empire,” and “Mr Wilson! Murder is Murder whether by a Turk or an Englishman”

1965. Photograph by Warren Leffler. "African American demonstrators outside the White House, with signs "We demand the right to vote, everywhere" and signs protesting police brutality against civil rights demonstrators in Selma, Alabama."

1965. Photograph by Warren Leffler. “African American demonstrators outside the White House, with signs “We demand the right to vote, everywhere” and signs protesting police brutality against civil rights demonstrators in Selma, Alabama.”

1964. Photograph by Warren Leffler. "African American and white Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party supporters demonstrating outside the 1964 Democratic National Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey; some hold signs with portraits of slain civil rights workers Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner."

1964. Photograph by Warren Leffler. “African American and white Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party supporters demonstrating outside the 1964 Democratic National Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey; some hold signs with portraits of slain civil rights workers Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner.”

1981. Photograph by Frank Espada. "Reagan la roba a los pobres Migrant farm worker at a demonstration, Washington, D.C."

1981. Photograph by Frank Espada. “Reagan la roba a los pobres Migrant farm worker at a demonstration, Washington, D.C.”

1938. Photograph by Arthur Rothstein. "Political signs. Vincennes, Indiana."

1938. Photograph by Arthur Rothstein. “Political signs. Vincennes, Indiana.”

1962. Photograph by Phil Stanziola. " 800 women strikers for peace on 47 St near the UN Bldg."

1962. Photograph by Phil Stanziola. ” 800 women strikers for peace on 47 St near the UN Bldg.”

1962. Photograph by Dick DeMarsico. "Little Denise Davidson, 5 months old, sleeps peacefully while her mother, Mrs. Donald Davidson, of 278 Clinton St., Bklyn., marches with ban-the-bomb group outside the United Nations to protest resumption of A-[bomb] tests by the United States."

1962. Photograph by Dick DeMarsico. “Little Denise Davidson, 5 months old, sleeps peacefully while her mother, Mrs. Donald Davidson, of 278 Clinton St., Bklyn., marches with ban-the-bomb group outside the United Nations to protest resumption of A-[bomb] tests by the United States.”

1918. Unknown Photographer. "People dressed as pilgrims carrying three signs for amnesty for political prisoners standing in front of the White House."

1918. Unknown Photographer. “People dressed as pilgrims carrying three signs for amnesty for political prisoners standing in front of the White House.”

1964. Photograph by Warren Leffler. "Delegates on the floor at the 1964 Democratic National Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey; sign reading "Tennessee for LBJ."

1964. Photograph by Warren Leffler. “Delegates on the floor at the 1964 Democratic National Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey; sign reading “Tennessee for LBJ.”

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