In the 1920s, building on the success of the government's WWI poster campaign and, in response to the labor struggles of the time, Mather & Company created a series of workplace posters marketed towards employers. From 1923 to 1929, businesses that subscribed to the Chicago, Illinois company's workplace poster program received a new poster every week. To view more posters from the Hagley Library's collections of Mather & Company work incentive posters (Accession 2005.278), click here to see their inclusion in our Digital Archive's collection of workplace posters in the United States.
In the 1920s, building on the success of the government's WWI...
October 7, 2020