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Combattez la tuberculose

France? : Commission americaine de preservation contre la tuberculose : Bureau de la tuberculose, Croix-Rrouge americaine, 19--

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, col. ; 120 x 80 cm.

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Tan or discolored white poster with red and black lettering. Title at top of poster, also repeated near bottom. Poster has five distinct sections. Below title, a series of illustrations depicts ways in which tuberculosis (TB) is spread, including spittle flying from a man's mouth, a child breathing dusty air as a woman sweeps the floor, and two men drinking from the same bottle. Additional illustrations on left side of poster depict intemperance, fatigue, closed windows, and dusty rooms--the "allies" of TB. Center of poster features a bar graph emphasizing the disproportionate mortality from TB as compared to other communicable diseases. Text indicates that 1 in 8 deaths stems from TB and that fighting the disease is a patriotic duty. Note appears near graph. Illustrations on the right side of poster depict medical care, sun and fresh air, rest, and healthy eating, or the "enemies" of TB. A final series of illustrations near the bottom of the poster shows precautions an infected individual must take including containing spittle, covering the mouth when coughing, not sharing utensils, and sleeping alone. Publisher information at bottom of poster.

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<p>Tan or discolored white poster with red and black lettering.  Title at top of poster, also repeated near bottom.  Poster has five distinct sections.  Below title, a series of illustrations depicts ways in which tuberculosis (TB) is spread, including spittle flying from a man's mouth, a child breathing dusty air as a woman sweeps the floor, and two men drinking from the same bottle.  Additional illustrations on left side of poster depict intemperance, fatigue, closed windows, and dusty rooms--the "allies" of TB.  Center of poster features a bar graph emphasizing the disproportionate mortality from TB as compared to other communicable diseases.  Text indicates that 1 in 8 deaths stems from TB and that fighting the disease is a patriotic duty.  Note appears near graph.  Illustrations on the right side of poster depict medical care, sun and fresh air, rest, and healthy eating, or the "enemies" of TB.  A final series of illustrations near the bottom of the poster shows precautions an infected individual must take including containing spittle, covering the mouth when coughing, not sharing utensils, and sleeping alone.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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Combattez la tuberculose

France? : Commission americaine de preservation contre la tuberculose : Bureau de la tuberculose, Croix-Rrouge americaine, 19--

<p>Tan or discolored white poster with red and black lettering.  Title at top of poster, also repeated near bottom.  Poster has five distinct sections.  Below title, a series of illustrations depicts ways in which tuberculosis (TB) is spread, including spittle flying from a man's mouth, a child breathing dusty air as a woman sweeps the floor, and two men drinking from the same bottle.  Additional illustrations on left side of poster depict intemperance, fatigue, closed windows, and dusty rooms--the "allies" of TB.  Center of poster features a bar graph emphasizing the disproportionate mortality from TB as compared to other communicable diseases.  Text indicates that 1 in 8 deaths stems from TB and that fighting the disease is a patriotic duty.  Note appears near graph.  Illustrations on the right side of poster depict medical care, sun and fresh air, rest, and healthy eating, or the "enemies" of TB.  A final series of illustrations near the bottom of the poster shows precautions an infected individual must take including containing spittle, covering the mouth when coughing, not sharing utensils, and sleeping alone.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, col. ; 120 x 80 cm.

ABSTRACT

Tan or discolored white poster with red and black lettering. Title at top of poster, also repeated near bottom. Poster has five distinct sections. Below title, a series of illustrations depicts ways in which tuberculosis (TB) is spread, including spittle flying from a man's mouth, a child breathing dusty air as a woman sweeps the floor, and two men drinking from the same bottle. Additional illustrations on left side of poster depict intemperance, fatigue, closed windows, and dusty rooms--the "allies" of TB. Center of poster features a bar graph emphasizing the disproportionate mortality from TB as compared to other communicable diseases. Text indicates that 1 in 8 deaths stems from TB and that fighting the disease is a patriotic duty. Note appears near graph. Illustrations on the right side of poster depict medical care, sun and fresh air, rest, and healthy eating, or the "enemies" of TB. A final series of illustrations near the bottom of the poster shows precautions an infected individual must take including containing spittle, covering the mouth when coughing, not sharing utensils, and sleeping alone. Publisher information at bottom of poster.

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