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A selection of old press ads and posters for charities, political parties and pressure groups. Each includes publication date where known. Please follow for regular updates. If you like these, you might like my blog - queerideas.co.uk. And I'd be interested in hearing your opinions on them, so feel free to click on the like button, re-pin or even go crazy and add a comment. Thanks in advance.
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Australian Comforts Fund. 9 June, 1943.

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Save the Children Fund. 28 November, 1921

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Mark Phillips

The Santa Claus Fund. 28, November, 1914

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Mark Phillips

Salvation Army. November 26, 1964

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Mark Phillips

Oxfam. 24 December, 1951

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Oxfam. 26 November, 1957

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Oxfam. 28 June, 1962

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Mark Phillips

Oxfam. 3 July, 1951

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Mark Phillips

Oxfam. 24 May, 1962

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Mark Phillips

Oxfam. 24 April, 1953

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Mark Phillips

NSPCC. 3 June, 1963.

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Mark Phillips

YMCA. 15 October, 1958.

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Mark Phillips

Oxford Committee for Famine Relief (OXFAM). 9 May, 1946.

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Mark Phillips

National Relief Fund. 2 September, 1914.

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Mark Phillips

Warm Woolens for War-Worn Walloons. Satical ad produced by the Wipers Times. The New Church Times. 22 May, 1916.

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Mark Phillips

NSPCC. Date unknown

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NSPCC Poster from 1939.

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Mark Phillips

NSPCC. Date unknown

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Mark Phillips

A Barnardo's match book cover ad. Date unknown

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Mark Phillips

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An Oxfam ad from 1947 - along with the results. 4 March, 1947

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Mark Phillips

An ad on behalf of the British Red Cross. 10 September, 1914.

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Mark Phillips

Committee to Defend Martin Luther King and the Struggle for Freedom in the South. 29 March, 1960.

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Care. 1948

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Salvation Army. 1930s

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Mark Phillips