Chiefly textual posters (broadsides) collected in the Left Bank of Paris during the 1936 elections. Posters represent various
candidates and parties. Included are the Communist Party (Parti Communiste), the Centre de Propagande des Republicains Nationaux,
miscellaneous anti-communist, anti-fascist, or anti-popular front items, and posters for the candidates Bergery, M. Duval-Arnould,
L. Blum, Roger Sarret, and Wiedemann-Goiran. Also included in the collection is a set of 25 photographic prints taken in Paris
during the 1936 elections, showing posters posted in the streets and parks of Paris.
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