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Bring home the world in books. Poster by Paul Honoré, between 1920 and 1930.

Reading is for Everyone

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The collections of the Prints & Photographs Division include many images that depict the act of reading. When I recently prepared a Flickr album on the subject, I had a number of photographs, prints and posters to spare. Let me show you some of the posters that I didn’t use but are equally worthy of the spotlight!

I like books. Poster by Karla Kuslin, 1962.
Bring home the world in books. Poster by Paul Honoré, between 1920 and 1930.
Explore with books. Book week, Nov. 17-23. Poster by Alice and Martin Provensen, 1957.
Trolley trips on a Bay State Triangle. Poster by Charles H. Woodbury, 1897.


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  1. These made my heart happy this morning – thank you for sharing the results of your search!

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