Posters From The 1930s, The Age Of Great Depression, That Promote Kindness To Animals


During the 1930s, the American Humane Association organized a "Be Kind To Animals" week where they shared posters of people taking care of animals. These adorable posters used artist's Morgan Dennis' work who was already known for his drawings, particularly of dogs. Each poster had an illustration of a charming child shown taking care of an animal. The main goal of the posters was to spread the message that people should love and respect animals.

Scroll down to see some of these adorable posters yourself and don't forget to tell us what you think in the comments!

More info: New York Heritage

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