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Choose from 1967 pictures in our Underwood Archives collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Universal Images Group (UIG).


Featured Underwood Archives Print

Marie Bard, the model for the 1930 Red Cross poster and US postage stamp

New York, New York: 1929. Marie Bard, 22, who is the model for the 1930 Red Cross poster and US postage stamp illustrated by artist Lawrence Wilbur. She doesn't smoke, doesn't stay up late, and cooks and cleans for her mother, a pharmacist, and her father, a coffee and tea importer, in Astoria, Queens

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Featured Underwood Archives Print

Sweeping The Empire State Bldg

New York, New York: c. 1931. A workman sweeping the highest sidewalk in the world, the 81st story of the Empire State Building, the world's tallest building, to the top of which the greatest dirigible 'Los Angeles' will attempt to moor. This photo was made 1, 248 feet above street level

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Featured Underwood Archives Print

Fewer Falsies For Cleveland

Cleveland, Ohio: July, 1949. X-ray testing for tuberculosis in six cities has revealed that the women of Cleveland use less synthetic torso curves than those of any of the other cities. This Cleveland native is examining a pair of the chest projectors that she doesn't need, while Seattle is indignant over the charge that the women there wear more falsies than anywhere else

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