Polo Grounds - Golden Gate Park 11/15/69
Designed by Wes Wilson for a November 1969 anti-war march in San Francisco, The New Mobilization march started at Pier 29 and ended at the Polo Grounds in Golden Gate Park. There were several different marches at the time; the largest took place in Washington D.C. and attracted roughly 250,000 people. This poster was printed once by Tea Lautrec Litho and remains quite scarce today.
The original poster was printed on white stock and measures approximately 20" x 14"
- Wes Wilson
- War Protest March