Signs Of Discontent: San Juan, Puerto Rico: An Anti-American Feeling In Puerto Rico Is Expressed By These Signs Posted During The Early Days Of U.s. Intervention In The Dominican Republic.  Although Slightly Worn--Or Torn-- A
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Identification and Creation
Object Number
Gordon W. Gahan, American (New York, New York 1945 - 1984 St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands)
Signs of Discontent: San Juan, Puerto Rico: An anti-American feeling in Puerto Rico is expressed by these signs posted during the early days of U.S. intervention in the Dominican Republic. Although slightly worn--or torn-- a "Yankee Go Home" sign stands out prominently on a wall along this road. The feeling has given new strength to the island's Partido Independentista movement.
Work Type
June 1965
Creation Place: North America
Physical Descriptions
Gelatin silver print
20.3 x 25.4 cm (8 x 10 in.)
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Acquisition and Rights
Credit Line
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Barbara Robinson
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Modern and Contemporary Art
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Subjects and Contexts

Gordon Ward Gahan Collection

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