Pets Are Never Popular (Mather Work Incentive), 1925

Artist Unknown poster: Pets Are Never Popular (Mather Work Incentive)

In 1923, Charles Mather began selling subscriptions to corporations for an annual poster series to motivate and inspire workers. What began as a novel concept to use up excess capacity turned into a very popular series seen in hundreds of factories across the U.S. during the Roaring Twenties.
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Artist Unknown

36.5 x 47.5 inches (93 x 121 cm)

Lithograph | Backed on linen

Inventory #USC20804

KEYWORDS:
work incentive
med-lg
north america
united states
work
motivation
1920s
united states
Art Deco
USA
blue
green
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