Arsenal Of Democracy
18.75 in HIGH x 22 in WIDE
(47.62 cm HIGH x 55.88 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom left: UAW" logo". | Bottom right: Allied Printing Union Label" logo 99". | Bottom right of image: "John Z. Gelsavage / 1960". | On back: "Additional copies of / UAW "This Union Cause" Posters / may be obtained from / UAW Education Department / 8000 East jefferson Avenue / Detroit 14, Michigan / Price, $3.25 per set / "Allied Printing Union Label" logo 99 / (c) 1962 International Union - UAW".

Poster is printed on white paper. Poster is a collage of images associated with the International Association of Machinists (IAM). In the background is an explosion, a steam train and a workyard for airplanes. In the midground are different groups of men wokring on machines and men meeting a room. In the center of the poster is an image of President Al J. Hayes. At the bottom right, under the image is text that reads: "Arsenal Of Democracy". Under the title are two columns of text that reads: "In 1900 a giant step forward was achieved with the Murray / Hill agreement won by the International Association of / Machinists establishing a 9-hour day. The IAM had been in / existence only 12 years, having been organized by locomo- / tive repairmen in 1888. Today it is by President Al J. / Hayes (center). It was amoung the unions that responded to / democracy''s greatest challange by arming the U.S. and its / allies for victory in World War II.".
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