2010.54.1426

Livermore Lotto
n.d.
15 in HIGH x 23 in WIDE
(38.10 cm HIGH x 58.42 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.
2010.54.1426

Lower right corner has: "Reprinted from original paper bag drawing / on Santa Rita jail wall" and an Allied Printing union bug with: "inkwords" but no number.

Top edge of poster has the text: "Livermore Lotto A Game For / 900 Players / designed / by Jane S. Doe / Radical Avocado / A. Cr. / copyright / Livermore / Action Group". The rest of the poster has a drawing overall of a series of squares with text and drawings in them that constitute a sort of board game. The game relates to the blockade of the Livermore Labs. Some examples of the specific individual 'spaces' are: "Judge Rejects / Your Demands / Wait 2 Turns"; "You Get / Bail / Pay $1000" with a drawing of two stacks of money; and the last space "Nuclear Weapons / Are Abolished / From The Earth / Livermore Labs is Converted / To An Organic Vegetable Garden / Judge Lewis Resigns / And Moves To Antarctica / You Win!".

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