1917 Our Good "Mule" Industry | Give Industry A Chance To Make A Living For ITS Family
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- Date: 1917
- Artist: Unknown
- Size (in): 25 x 19
- Size (cm): 63.5 x 48.26
- Condition: B+
- Linen backed: No
This poster depicts a mule "Industry" walking on a treadmill powering a factory, which is producing "Shoes," "Drugs," "Clothes," "Hats." The mule is surrounded by flies "Strife," "Unfair laws," "Agitator," and "Taxation." Issued by the National Industrial Conservation Movement, 30 Church Street, New York City. No. E-8.
Below the title reads "Our mule is wedded to his job. He is a good and faithful worker. He provides for his many dependents. He is no Slacker. Use him well and he'll smile. Abuse him and he'll balk. Moral - Give industry a chance to make a living for ITS family."