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Sunday, November 21, 2004
By Dr. Steven Taylor

I received in the mail yesterday my History of the Parties I and II posters (see the blogad on the right). I must say, the pictures on the History Shots web page doesn’t do them justice. I knew I would like them, as I am into political parties, but these are even nicer than I expected. Not only do they have the winners and the basic party trends, but issue information, cabinet members and some congressional information. Indeed, I haven’t examined them all that carefully yet, so there may be even more than I am mentioning.

I would also state that calling them “posters” is an injustice. They are on thick, quality paper and are more accurately called prints than posters. I plan to have both of them framed for my office at the university.

Also, I was poking around their site the other day and noteed several other nifty prints, my favorite being “Race to the Moon.”

At rate, I am most impressed and would recommend giving their site a look.

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