Anti-Tax Poster: 1939

Anti-Tax Poster: 1939

Anti-tax poster put up by Chamber of Commerce president, Washington, D.C., 1939. 'Less taxes, more jobs' reads the poster being pasted up by George H. Davis. It is the first of 25,000 such signs put up all over the nation as part of a drive for reduction in taxes by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Harris & Ewing, photographer. Old photo provided by LOC. Original medium: glass negative.