Homeland Security, Fighting Terrorism since 1492
Early 21st Century
23.00 in HIGH x 17.50 in WIDE
(58.42 cm HIGH x 44.45 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

TPT logo printed in bottom left corner of photograph. Photo caption reads, "Chiracahua Apaches from left to right - Yanozha; Chappo (Geronimo's son); Yanozha's half-brother, Fun; and Geronimo. This photograph was taken during the Ca?on de los Embudos peace conference in Mexico with General George Crook. Photographed in the Sierra Madre Mountains March, 1886, by Camillus Sidney Fly. Text at bottom center reads, "Copyribght (c ) TPTs, a division of Westwind * 435-632-7494 * www.westwindworld.com / Created by Colleen Lloyd."

Poster is printed with black ink on tan mottled paper. A photograph of four Native American men holding rifles in an outdoor setting is centered on the page. "Homeland Security" is printed in large font above the photograph, and "Fighting Terrorism since 1492" is printed below.
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