A poster-sized reproduction of an editorial cartoon from the New York World, one of the 250 posters created for the Spring 2018 exhibition Vaudeville!
"Failure means a drowning death," so goes the tagline on Houdini's promotional poster for his milk can escape trick.
This set of 12 notecards, comprised of images from the Ransom Center's Vaudeville! exhibition, include colorful broadsides as well as late 19th and early 20th century promotional photographs.
A selection of ten postcards inspired by the Gabriel García Márquez papers at the Harry Ransom Center.
The notecards in this set feature all seven images from Frank Reaugh's 24 Hours with the Herd, a series of panoramic pastel paintings that portray a day in the life on the plains during the height of the Texas cattle roundups.
Colorful posters and brochures created some three decades after the Mexican Revolution comprise this set of 10 postcards.
The 15 images within this postcard set reveal how the belligerent nations of WWI visually expressed anxieties, victories, and grim realities of the war from 1914 -1918.
A detail of Frank Reaugh's work The Coming Herd-Morning.
A detail of Frank Reaugh's work Margaret's Peak.
This postcard image of Frank Reaugh' pastel box showcases the man as an artist and inventor.