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La syphilis : maladie hereditaire assassine la race.

France : Societe francʹaise de prophylaxie sanitaire et morale, Comite d'education feminine, 192-

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, col. ; 61 x 81 cm.

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Cream or discolored white poster with red and black lettering. Title at top of poster. Visual image is an illustration of a woman draped over a small coffin, as if in mourning. Caption next to illustration urges women to fight syphilis. Text below illustration indicates that 60,000 babies at their mothers' breasts and 36,000 children from birth to age 15 die each year in France due to syphilis. Statistics from two different organizations; one statistic dated 1924. Publisher information at bottom of poster.

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<p>Cream or discolored white poster with red and black lettering.  Title at top of poster.  Visual image is an illustration of a woman draped over a small coffin, as if in mourning.  Caption next to illustration urges women to fight syphilis.  Text below illustration indicates that 60,000 babies at their mothers' breasts and 36,000 children from birth to age 15 die each year in France due to syphilis.  Statistics from two different organizations; one statistic dated 1924.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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La syphilis : maladie hereditaire assassine la race.

France : Societe francʹaise de prophylaxie sanitaire et morale, Comite d'education feminine, 192-

<p>Cream or discolored white poster with red and black lettering.  Title at top of poster.  Visual image is an illustration of a woman draped over a small coffin, as if in mourning.  Caption next to illustration urges women to fight syphilis.  Text below illustration indicates that 60,000 babies at their mothers' breasts and 36,000 children from birth to age 15 die each year in France due to syphilis.  Statistics from two different organizations; one statistic dated 1924.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, col. ; 61 x 81 cm.

ABSTRACT

Cream or discolored white poster with red and black lettering. Title at top of poster. Visual image is an illustration of a woman draped over a small coffin, as if in mourning. Caption next to illustration urges women to fight syphilis. Text below illustration indicates that 60,000 babies at their mothers' breasts and 36,000 children from birth to age 15 die each year in France due to syphilis. Statistics from two different organizations; one statistic dated 1924. Publisher information at bottom of poster.

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