By Cory Doctorow at 11:35 pm Sun, Feb 14, 2010
ALA Camp Library
Another reading-related WWI poster, from the same artist: http://calypso.bib.umontreal.ca/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/_guerre&CISOPTR=2121&CISOBOX=1&REC=1
I built a whole site illo’d with those posters, many of them dealing with First Amendment themes, as the law firm includes the guy who won Larry Flynt’s freedom of press case at the Supreme Court (like in the movie.)
Here is Alan Isaacman’s page:
bigger version from the Library of Congress
Something about the lack of fabulous accessories on his uniform tells me this won’t be the “camp library” I was hoping it would be…
No more comments are needed. Yours wins the prize :)
(And for better or worse, officially our military looks down on that sort of camp, anyway)
Read to win the war, but as long as you’re not reading any of those books about communism that were very popular at the time.
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