President Ronald Reagan receives a Villanova University team jacket after they won the NCAA Championship (1985)
That makes it relatively easy to date this poster: it references Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and Idaho as states that had enacted women’s suffrage, presumably the only states at the time. The fifth state, Washington, gave women the vote in 1910, so this had to have been printed between then and 1896, when Idaho granted women’s suffrage.
From the Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material, UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library, via Calisphere, a service of the UC Libraries, powered by the California Digital Library.
"STOP REAGAN’S GRIM REAPER" — Anti-nuke protest, Los Angeles, February 23, 1987, photo by Mike Sergieff. Original caption reads, “Holding banners, carrying placards, and beating drums, members of Earth First! stage an anti-nuclear protest near the Westwood Federal Building on behalf of astrophysicist Charles Hyder, who has been fasting for 153 days in Washington. Motorists gawked as the local demonstrators undertook their 24-hour vigil and fast.” (Los Angeles Public Library)
Great artwork from George McGovern’s 1972 presidential campaign, reflective of his campaign slogan, “Come Home America.”
It’s featured in the Library of Congress’ recent coffee table book, Presidential Campaign Posters From the Library of Congress: Two Hundred Years of Election Art, though per the LOC entry, it was never an official poster.
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, [LC-USZC4-14781], Design: Alix Nelson, Paul Weller, Paul Bacon, Copyright 1972 Darien House, Inc., A Contemporary Poster Classic, Distributed exclusively by Darien House, Inc., New York City
Personally, these are the kind of questions that keep me up at night. Dammit, this nation deserves some closure!