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The Syringa

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The Syringa takes its rightful place as the flagship card. Idaho's state flower is a mid-century treasure against the striking black background. It's mid-century art at its best and features a hand-lettered description at the bottom. Perfect for the collector of Idaho state history or for those who appreciate mid-century commercial art.

Card Size: 5” x 7” (folded) and includes an envelope. Inside is blank.

All cards are professionally printed. The outside is glossy coated and the inside is uncoated for a smooth writing surface.

The images on all cards and other products are authentic Mid-Century artwork produced from the 1940s to the 1970s. The art is hand-lettered and drawn.

Note: The watermarks are for image protection only and will not appear on any products.

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About the Artist

Duke was a master of hand painted theater art. In the early days of cinema, advertisements were hand painted on wooden boards by artists. Duke painted this in 1931 for the Pinney theater in Boise, Idaho.

Sometimes the movie advertisements were more elaborate like the one painted in 1939.
Duke was drafted during World War II. In addition to being a soldier, he was an artist for the Army.
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