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Safe Landing 1946 - NSC

Safe Landing 1946 - NSC

ID# 13855
8.5" x 11.5"
(22cm x 29cm)
Regular price €188,95 EUR
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"Safe Landing" is a 1946 poster created by Richard Epperly (1891-1973) for the National Safety Council. It is a wartime version of New Years Greetings; the symbolic baby parachutes into view, with a safety harness, parachute, and flight helmet to boot.

The National Safety Council is a non-profit, public service organization that is separate from the U.S. Government. It was founded in 1913 at the birth of the American Labor Movement to advocate for workplace safety.

During World War II, worker safety was a major theme of public service announcements.These messages often promoted the importance and need of production on the homefront. Other themes relating to the workforce included healthy eating, proper usage of tools, and warnings about taking too much time off from work.

This is an Original Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster has been archivally backed onto linen and is in excellent condition. We guarantee the authenticity of all of our posters.

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