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Some digitized posters from the Hoover poster collection are available on other Internet sites. Because the posters may be protected by copyright laws and are provided for educational and research purposes only, any infringing use may be subject to disciplinary action and/or civil or criminal liability as provided by law. If you believe you are the rights holder to any of the posters and object to this use of the images of them, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two hundred and fifty U.S. posters predating 1923 are available for viewing and purchase from Zazzle.
More than fifty posters of the Russian empire and the Soviet Union are available as a Luna Insight® image collection.
Posters from East Germany were used by Stanford students to create the virtual exhibit “Transnational Poster Art: Former East Germany (GDR) and Latin America, 1970–1989.”
Watch Antiques Roadshow host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Nicholas Lowry visit the Hoover Institution to discuss the origins of the iconic images of Uncle Sam in this video. The Hoover segment begins at 24:08.