The Trees We Plant...
Late 20th Early 21st Century
32.5 in HIGH x 22.25 in WIDE
(82.55 cm HIGH x 56.51 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Poster has a color image of a group of human figures, some male, some female, some adult and some children, and a dog gathered around a pile of overturned dirt. An elderly man kneeling at the left holds a piece of shoveling equipment while a boy standing at the left holds a metal pail with a plant in it. Across the top of the poster is gray text reading "The Trees We Plant Extend Our Reach And / Influence Beyond A Single Life Span. By / Growing Trees We Enrich The Earth And / Touch The Lives Of The Next Generation." Poster verso divided into sections, with the top three panels and bottom panels inverted. At the top right is an image of a forest. At the top center and left are "rich potential" and "& harsh reality", respectively. Each section has three columns of black text and a color image. At the center right is a maroon background with "Green America" in white and a color photo of the sun setting over a farm. At the center is a section of black italicized text and an image of a road. At the left center is a brown background with three columns fo black text written by George C. Cheek. In the bottom three sections, there are color photos of three men''s faces, along with black text. The title of the three sections is "meet three of Alabama''s 167,000 private forest owners".
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