Visions Of A Warbride
22.42 in HIGH x 17.50 in WIDE
(56.96 cm HIGH x 44.45 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom center written in black marker "San Francisco Presentation Saturday, Oct. 20, 1979 7:30pm". Bottom left written in black marker "Nourse Auditorium Hayes Street (between Van Ness & Franklin". Bottom right in black marker "admission: general $4.00 senior citizens $3.00 children (12 & under) $2.00".

Poster is red ink printed on blue paper. Poster shows a large image of an Asian female wearing a cross necklace. Surrounding this image are smaller images of the woman with her family and one image of her holding a sign that reads "San Francisco local #3 Office and Professional Employees international union AFL-CIO". On the top left of the poster is the text "Sining Bayan presents a play with music about the seconde-wave Filipino immigrant experience..." The text continues on the bottom right "America opened her doors to the war bride but unfriendly hearts forced her outside...Visions Of A Warbride sponsored by the Union Of Democratic Filipinos (KDP)". The bottom of the poster is an open text box with an inscription (see inscription notes).
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