Reclaiming the Past
25 in HIGH x 19.125 in WIDE
(63.5 cm HIGH x 48.58 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Allied Printing (#147, Northern California)/Inkworks logos printed in black at the bottom right corner of the original poster. Inverted beneath the union bug at the bottom right is "3352.csu 5/30/00 12:38:10PM / layout: form 1 of 2 / marks: 19x25" in black "magenta" in brown and "black" in black.

Poster is an untrimmed mock-up, with the color scale and a black box on the right side. Portion of poster meant to be cut at the left has a brown bar across the top over a black rectangle. On the border of the two colros is "June" in white "teenthseven" in beige, partially under the brown bar and "teenth" in white. Centered on the black rectangle is a black and white photo of men mining with an African American man in the hole with a shovel and a horse-drawn cart in the background. Above the photo is "Reclaiming" in brown with "the past" extending into the photo at the top right. Between the two sections of the title is "African Americans along the American River" in beige on the black. Beneath the photo is "History Alive! / Chatauqua & picnic" with a black and white photo of a man with a moustache at the bottom right extending over the edge of the black onto the white of the poster. Beneath the black rectangle is "a tribute to / California''s African-American / Gold Rush Era pioneers" in black followed by a list of sponsors in orange. Across the bottom is the date, time, location and phone number in black.
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