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1972 Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 39 pictures in our 1972 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM, 1972. But don't you see? If the Democratic Party is to stay young Featured Print

DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM, 1972. But don't you see? If the Democratic Party is to stay young

DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM, 1972.
But don't you see? If the Democratic Party is to stay young and vigorous we just had to drop the abortion plank. Cartoon comment on the Democratic Party's refusal to accept abortion as a part of their 1972 campaign platform. Cartoon by Edmund Valtman, 14 July 1972

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Florencio Arciniega, Jr. (right), a college student working for the Arizona State Employment Service under the federal UYA (University Year for ACTION) program, speaking with Antonio Gomez, a maintenance worker for the Chicano rights organization La Raza Unida, in the border town of Douglas, Arizona, 1972 Featured Print

Florencio Arciniega, Jr. (right), a college student working for the Arizona State Employment Service under the federal UYA (University Year for ACTION) program, speaking with Antonio Gomez, a maintenance worker for the Chicano rights organization La Raza Unida, in the border town of Douglas, Arizona, 1972

STUDENT VOLUNTEER, 1972.
Florencio Arciniega, Jr. (right), a college student working for the Arizona State Employment Service under the federal UYA (University Year for ACTION) program, speaking with Antonio Gomez, a maintenance worker for the Chicano rights organization La Raza Unida, in the border town of Douglas, Arizona, 1972

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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1972. Frank Mankiewicz (at microphone), political director for the presidential campaign of Senator George McGovern of South Dakota, speaking at a press conference in Washington, D.C., 29 June 1972. Next to him are strategist Rick Stearns (center) and campaign manager Gary Hart, a future U.S. senator from Colorado Featured Print

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1972. Frank Mankiewicz (at microphone), political director for the presidential campaign of Senator George McGovern of South Dakota, speaking at a press conference in Washington, D.C., 29 June 1972. Next to him are strategist Rick Stearns (center) and campaign manager Gary Hart, a future U.S. senator from Colorado

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1972.
Frank Mankiewicz (at microphone), political director for the presidential campaign of Senator George McGovern of South Dakota, speaking at a press conference in Washington, D.C., 29 June 1972. Next to him are strategist Rick Stearns (center) and campaign manager Gary Hart, a future U.S. senator from Colorado

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