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"National Recovery Administration" Propaganda Poster (1934)

"National Recovery Administration" Propaganda Poster (1934)

A window sign for the Photographic and Photo Finishing department of the National Recovery Administration, one of the administrations created by FDR during the Great Depression to boost the economy and create new jobs.

Conceived as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's First New Deal, the short-lived National Recovery Administration (NRA) aimed to prevent companies from engaging in "cut throat competition" practices during the Great Depression by establishing fair competition codes among businesses, enabling workers to set minimum wages and maximum work hours, setting minimum prices for goods, and ending child labor.

Although in 1935 the department was found unconstitutional, the effort opened the door for ever-increasing federal oversight of the national economy.

Size*: 11" x 14"

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Poster Text:  NRA Code - U.S. - PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PHOTO FINISHING - REGISTRATION No. 35-29 PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT - NOT FOR SALE - 1934 - PAT. NO. DES. 90793 1/2 - U.S. Government Printing Office: 1934
Tags: Politics   Economy  
Produced by:  National Recovery Administration  
* Sizes are approximate and given in good faith. Sizes are also given for the area of the item itself. Linen backing posters may slightly stretch the poster size, in addition posters often have a larger linen border that extends beyond the poster area. Measurements are for poster alone. Please contact us if you have any questions or you need to confirm exact size.
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