End Poverty in California campaign posters for Upton Sinclair, Los Angeles, 1934
- End Poverty in California campaign posters for Upton Sinclair, Los Angeles, 1934
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Posters and pamphlets are arranged beside a portrait of Sinclair at his campaign headquarters downtown.
In 1934, Upton Sinclair, noted journalist and socialist, won the Democratic primary for governor of California. He was defeated by Frank Merriam. He established headquarters in Downtown Los Angeles.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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