Louise Olivereau
17.38 in HIGH x 11.12 in WIDE
(44.13 cm HIGH x 28.26 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Printed on the left edge is "art by Aprille, more posters at justseeds.org, printed April 2005 by Stumptownprinters.org."

Poster consists of red and black print on white paper. Text at the top reads "Louise Olivereau 1884 - 1963." Image depicts a judge at a podium with text on the sleeve of his pointed arm, pointing at a woman with a hat and eyeglasses (Louise Olivereau) with a line of blinded World War I soldiers walking in a line with hands on each others soldiers, under a line of barbed wire. Text reads "One of many / arrested during / World War I for / speaking their mind- / her heinous crime / was merely mailing / out a few thousand / anti-draft / leaflets / She was charged / with Sedition / and / served / 28 / months / of a / 10 year / sentence / Celebrate Peoples History."
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