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Postal, Pátria, 1910s on Flickr.

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/gatochy/5916532677/in/set-72157613074846100/
Scanned from the book “Mais Postais da Primeira República”, by António Ventura, Edições Tinta da China.
“Postcard praising the bravery of Portuguese soldiers. Besides the image of the Virgin, notice also the newspaper that the nurse is holding: the royalist publication Pátria.”

Postal, Pátria, 1910s on Flickr.

Click image for 654 x 1000 size.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/gatochy/5916532677/in/set-72157613074846100/

Scanned from the book “Mais Postais da Primeira República”, by António Ventura, Edições Tinta da China.

“Postcard praising the bravery of Portuguese soldiers. Besides the image of the Virgin, notice also the newspaper that the nurse is holding: the royalist publication Pátria.”

Filed under portuguese 1910s publications propaganda

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Ilustração, No. 119, December 1 1930 - 8 on Flickr.

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“Editorial Graphic Society
It’s in the factory of this Society that the beautiful graphic work of these magazines is produced.
Tricomy, drawing, great art works, comercial works, unsurpassable perfetion, free budget
The most modern instalations in the country, with the margest capacity for production
Special section of ultra fast periodical publications
Mechanical composition
Printing factory”

Ilustração, No. 119, December 1 1930 - 8 on Flickr.

Click image for 952 x 1308 size.

“Editorial Graphic Society

It’s in the factory of this Society that the beautiful graphic work of these magazines is produced.

Tricomy, drawing, great art works, comercial works, unsurpassable perfetion, free budget

The most modern instalations in the country, with the margest capacity for production

Special section of ultra fast periodical publications

Mechanical composition

Printing factory”

Filed under Portuguese 1930s publications

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Stuart Carvalhais, A República, postcard ad, 1930 on Flickr.

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“Republic
The afternoon daily newspaper with widest circulation all over the country
To read the Republic is to know all matters of interest to the People and to the Nation. To read the Republic is also to know all of the political, religious and economical matters that concern the world. Reading the Republic is to serve the cause of Education and Freedom. Reading the Republic is defending the Republic”

Stuart Carvalhais, A República, postcard ad, 1930 on Flickr.

Click image for 975 x 1500 size.

“Republic

The afternoon daily newspaper with widest circulation all over the country

To read the Republic is to know all matters of interest to the People and to the Nation. To read the Republic is also to know all of the political, religious and economical matters that concern the world. Reading the Republic is to serve the cause of Education and Freedom. Reading the Republic is defending the Republic”

Filed under Portuguese 1930s publications