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Digitype Sample 1

Custom Historic DigiType Image from H.H. Bennett Studio & Museum

Transform your favorite photograph into a one-of-a-kind work of art that lasts a lifetime with a digital tintype (DigiType) from H.H. Bennett Studio & Museum – all without leaving your home! For a complete description, please visit the H.H. Bennett DigiType Page before ordering. Please allow 2 weeks for delivery. This item is not returnable or refundable. More information is below.
$65.00
WHS Conservation Posters

Historic Conservation Posters

($15.50 and up)

CLICK HERE to see all 7 images in this historic collection dating to 1910.  Prints can be selected in a range of sizes, from postcard to poster, in paper or canvas.


Printed to order and shipped to you.

Prices vary with print size and type.

$15.50
Salzer Seed Company Images

Historic Salzer Seed Company Images

($15.50 and up)

CLICK HERE to explore Salzer Seed Company images in the Society's collection.  Prints can be selected in a range of sizes, from postcard to poster, in paper or canvas.


Printed to order and shipped to you.

Prices vary with print size and type.

$15.50
Picture of Historic WWII Posters

Historic WWII Posters

($15.50 and up)

CLICK HERE to browse over 100 posters in this collection.  Prints can be selected in a range of sizes, from postcard to poster, in paper or canvas.


Printed to order.

Prices vary with print size and type.

$15.50
The Woman Voter

Women's Suffrage Posters

Make a unique statement in your home with these Women's Suffrage posters & prints from historic images related to the women's suffrage.
$18.00
An idyllic geometric interpretation of Wisconsin farmland, rolls softly into the distance. Alternating 'rows' of pale and light green, with scattered evergrren trees covers the landscape till it reaches the sky. In the sky resting slightly on the horizon are two hands clasped around a N95 typicall blue mask, one white, one black. The mask drapes slightly over the rolling hills. Above it all it reads Continuing the Effort.

Continuing The Effort | Yun

By Grant Yun | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project | Phase 2

Grant Yun is a Milwaukee-based artist who is most recognized for reimagining American Realism and Regionalism through a 21st century approach. In this poster, Grant stresses the overarching importance of working together to continue the effort against Covid-19.
$35.00
A pale green background over a darker green lawn holds a peach tree. Arond the peach tree that is a darker green with peachy orange fruit, are three people. A woman holds out the fruit to a young child and older man standing opposite her around the tree. Below them it reads Branch Out.

Branch Out | Klein

By Tonia Klein | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project | Phase 2

Tonia Klein started the Cudahy Art Coalition LLC in 2020 with co-founder Joan Houlehen. Her poster design is based on an actual event that happened when isolated due to Covid-19. Learn more, below.

$35.00
Done similarly to a victorian style advertisement, a woman stands surrounded in a black oval background, clutching her hand to her chest while wearing a black strapless gown, her dark hair blending into the background and a bandaid on her bicep. Around her in gothic lettering, warped to fit the space it reads, 'Getting Vaccinated is simple Easy & Done in just a pinch! Get Yours Today!

Getting Vaccinated | Vasquez

By Sonia Vasquez | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project | Phase 2

Sonia Vasquez is an artist living and working out of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. For this piece, she was inspired by Victorian advertisements and medicine - imagining what a Covid vaccine poster might look like in the 19th century.
$35.00
Poster with colorful depiction of the Staff of Aesculapius flanked by flowers and a sylized sunrise in the background. Textual component says "It takes time but we will heal."

We Will Heal | Drayna

By Liz Drayna | September, 2021 | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project

The text on this poster is meant to evoke hope, comfort, and relief from the pressure to “get back to normal” in the face of great loss. The artist hopes this piece will help people meet their grief with acceptance while also finding strength in the knowledge that it will not last forever.
$35.00
Depicted on a chalkboard like background, line figures of parents, children, and scientists though static are filled with movement. The Middle ground infront of the figures is populated by a variety of chemical symbols. In the fore ground are 3 bottles, one red, one mustard colored, one blue. They depict the progression of vaccination from the Polio Vaccine (invented by Dr. Jonas Salk, 1955), to Measles, Mumps, Rubella Vaccine (Maurice Hilleman, 1977), and finally Covid-19 Vaccine (2021).

Science Finds A Way | Xiong

By Bao Xiong | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project | Phase 2

Bao Xiong is an author and artist based out of Wisconsin. Growing up with Hmong folklore and true ghost stories inspired her books Folklore and The Butchers published through Moth House Press. Her poster illustrates that science finds a way to address life's challenges.

$35.00
3 figures stand together, a pregnant mother, an American Veteran, a medical worker in full protective gear, againts a background of red poppies and a peachy sunset sky. The pregnant mother holds her belly and looks lovingly down; she wears a vaccinated sticker, bandaid, and a poppy behind her ear. The medical worker looks tiredly up at the sky. The American veteran stands proud and confrontationaly at the viewer, his mouth set in a grimace, his patriotism worn proudly on his shirt, his work gloves and work pants showing good use. Above them all it reads 'Protect Your Family. Protect America. Vaccinate Today!

Vaccinate | Luke

By T.L. Luke | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project | Phase 2

T.L. Luke is an artist based in Madison, Wisconsin. The poppies in the background of her poster allude to the Bubonic Plague in an effort to stress the omminous threat of Covid-19.

$35.00
Illustration showing two hands clasped, one purple, one orange. The background is overlapping concentric circles in orange and purple tones. Textual component says "A helping hand can go a long way."

Helping Hands | Nash

By Ciara Nash | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project | Phase 2

Ciara Nash likes to use vibrant colors, shapes, textures, and movement. This poster promotes community togetherness and support.
$35.00

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