February 4, 2011 -August 3, 2011

AT WAR! Changing the Face of American Illustration At War! The Changing Face of American War Illustration examined the similarities and differences of both the medium and message of American war imagery from 1913 to 2003. The exhibit also explored three themes that have remained constant in wartime illustrations throughout the 20th century: fear, duty and nostalgia.

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Henry Patrick Raleigh – Must Children Die and Mothers Plead In Vain
 

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