Representatives from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History are collecting signs and ephemera from Occupy Wall Street and Occupy D.C. for potential exhibitions about the movement. And they have plenty to choose from. New images of the already iconic Occupy signs come across the wires every day.
A sign made to look like the D.C. car license plate at McPherson Square, site of the Occupy DC camp. (KAREN BLEIER/AFP/GETTY IMAGES) A sign-carrying supporter at Occupy Boston this month. (BRIAN SNYDER/REUTERS) A protester in the Occupy San Francisco demonstration this month. (ROBERT GALBRAITH/REUTERS) Eli Skipp held up a message at an Occupy Miami protest this month. (Joe Raedle/GETTY IMAGES) A sign near where protesters have been staying overnight in downtown Los Angeles. (FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/GETTY IMAGES) A demonstrator with Occupy Chicago held up a sign outside the Federal Reserve Bank building this month. (Scott Olson/GETTY IMAGES) Dan Bulleti rallied in Zuccotti Park with the Occupy Wall Street movement before they marched to the Brooklyn Bridge on Oct. 1. (Mario Tama/GETTY IMAGES) Nick Galloro of Berkeley, slammed banks in San Francisco last month. (STEPHEN LAM/REUTERS) Daniel Levinson, left, and Mike Bonanno, center, of the social activist group "The Yes Men," joined suit-wearing volunteers from Occupy Wall Street as they marched down Broadway to the New York Stock Exchange on Monday. (Kathy Willens/AP)
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