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Posters are printed on 24”x36” 100% cotton paper archival matte paper, using archival inks. The actual image size varies, depending on the artwork.
Presentation of the United States Official War Pictures was an important part of their creation. The films were typically screened in large theatres and their opening nights included an address by a government official. When the film was shown in New York in June 1918, George Creel, Chairman of the Committee on Public Information, gave an address to the audience at intermission.