Repository: National Museum of American History
Color poster of a child teaching his immigrant parents the English alphabet.
J.H. Donahey (1875 – 1949), “Cleveland, Many Peoples, One Language” (color poster), printed by the Artcraft Company, Cleveland, OH, 1917. Division of Work and Industry, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_1276325(read less)
Many Peoples, One Language
Come to the Public Schools
Learn the Language of America.
Prepare for American Citizenship.
Free Classes for both Men and Women.
Classes in the Evening and Afternoon.
Apply to nearest Public School or Library for further information.
Board of Education
East Sixth and Rockwell
In Co-operation with the
Cleveland Americanization Committee
(Mayor’s Advisory War Committee)
Editor’s Note: Repeated in other languages on the same poster: Italian, Hungarian, Slovenian, Polish, Yiddish.