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The Politics of Ink: Political Advertising in a Pre-Digital Epoch

Presented by The URBAN-15 Group at URBAN-15 Studios, San Antonio TX

Nov 04 2019
The Politics of Ink: Political Advertising in a Pre-Digital Epoch

On the eve of Election Day, November’s episode of Hidden Histories delves into the archives of Ruben Munguia, exploring the role of print shops and print culture in electoral politics.

On the eve of Election Day, November’s episode of Hidden Histories delves into the archives of Ruben Munguia, exploring the role of print shops and print culture in electoral politics. From the early days of La Estrellita Printing Shop on Sunders Street, the Munguia family played an integral role in the emergence of political power on San Antonio’s West and South sides. Whether printing picket signs for striking cigar workers and pecan shellers or palm cards for candidates running for school

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