"New Deal" Here a rare piece of 1936 campaign literature from the New Deal era. It presents comparative tables of economic statistics from the Roosevelt and preceding Hoover administrations. (The average hourly wage for 1936 was 61 cents!) The piece of campaign literature has been custom framed and matted, ready to hang, as part of your collection of antique paper, antique documents, or political memorabilia. The condition is very good. There are no chips or marks, but there are a few small wrinkles. The matte is a blue gray that blends with any decor. It is 13 by 16 inches framed.One of a Kind has an extensive collection of antique documents from the seventeen, eighteen, and nineteen hundreds.
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