REUBEN H. DONNELLEY
REPLOGLE ILLUSTRATED ATLAS
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27 Chicago Designers
The 27 Chicago Designers and The Society of Typographic Arts were two internationally renowned design organizations started in Chicago in 1936 and 1927 respectively. Gustav Rehberger was a founding member of the 27 Chicago Designers and a member of The Society of Typographic Arts.
"60,000 in '42"
In the wake of Pearl Harbor, illustrators from across the nation were enlisted to promote a number of national campaigns to support the war effort. President Roosevelt set seemingly impossible production goals for the nation’s factories. Roosevelt ordered the production of 60,000 aircraft in 1942 and 125,000 in 1943.
With America's entry into WWII, Rehberger was enlisted by the Society of Typographic Arts Wartime Committee in 1942 to paint 2 of 12 murals for the “Bonds for Us, Bombs for Them" campaign. In June 1943, Rehberger was inducted into the US Army at Fort Custer, Michigan where he served as a 'distinguished' Special Services Artist with the Fort Custer Illustrators and later with the Training Aids Division of the WWII Illustrations and Format Branch. (See Military Art)
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New York by Rehberger
"New York by Rehberger featured 22 car cards created by Gustav Rehberger for the New York Subways Advertising Company. Unveiled in 1948 and viewed by millions of subway riders, they depicted a series of New York City landmarks." Friends of the New York Transit Museum, 2012 Annual Report
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1954 - 1957
Hearst Advertising Service
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Painting donated to Peoples Republic of China by US Table Tennis Association