1918 WWI YWCA American Telephone Operator Poster
AGE: WWI era, 1918 lithograph.
ARTIST: Clarence Frederick Underwood, (Clarence F. Underwood) Graphic designer, artist, illustrator, well known for his beautiful women and postcard art
CONDITION: A, Linen Mounted
This is a beautiful original early Clarence Underwood military & telecommunications world war one poster depicts a woman worker at her switchboard, just behind the western front. The use of the telephone in a war situation was a new event in this time period. Women were essential to the war effort. The YMCA was founded in 1844, the YWCA in 1858 in the USA. A wonderful and original women’s history poster by illustrator Clarence Underwood, with stunning graphics. Beautiful and ready for framing!
...We have 2 found together in the 1990's in excellent top notch condition that are just freshly linen backed and in beautiful condition, Feb 2020.
Size: 20.5 X 27 inch each (2)
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