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TITLE:  The United States' first foreign trade zone Staten Island, City of New York, opened February 1, 1937 / J. Rivolta. CALL NUMBER:  POS - WPA - NY .R58, no. 4b (C size) [P&P] REPRODUCTION NUMBER:  LC-USZC2-5645 (color film copy slide) RIGHTS INFORMATION:  No known restrictions on publication. SUMMARY:  Poster for the City of New York Department of Docks, showing five ocean liners. MEDIUM:  1 print on board (poster) : silkscreen, color. CREATED/PUBLISHED:  NYC : Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project, 1937. CREATOR: Rivolta, Jack, 1890- artist. NOTES: Date stamped on verso: Dec 8 1937. F.H. La Guardia, Mayor - City of New York Department of Docks - John McKenzie, Commissioner. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress). SUBJECTS: Ocean liners--New York (State)--New York--1930-1940. Commerce--1930-1940. FORMAT: Posters 1930-1940.Screen prints Color 1930-1940. REPOSITORY:  Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA DIGITAL ID:  (color film copy slide) cph 3f05645 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/cph.3f05645 CONTROL #:  98518518

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