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Alcoolisme

Paris : Fils d'Emile Deyrolle, 19--?

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : b&w ; 84 x 63 cm.

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Discolored white poster with black lettering. Title at top of poster. Title may refer to a larger publication in which the visual image appeared. Note text below title. Visual image is a reproduction of an allegorical scene depicting the future of alcohol. Alcohol appears as a woman in a roman-style robe, holding a staff. Above her floats a banner with the text "chaleur, lumiere, mouvement," or heat, light, and movement. Sconces and light fixtures surround the scene, which also includes a car and a factory. Near the bottom of the scene, a figure pours liquor into a fire; the woman has one foot on the figure's head. Caption below image states that alcohol must serve to produce heat, light, and movement, but outside of industry, it should only be found in pharmacies. Publisher information at bottom of poster.

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<p>Discolored white poster with black lettering.  Title at top of poster.  Title may refer to a larger publication in which the visual image appeared.  Note text below title.  Visual image is a reproduction of an allegorical scene depicting the future of alcohol.  Alcohol appears as a woman in a roman-style robe, holding a staff.  Above her floats a banner with the text "chaleur, lumiere, mouvement," or heat, light, and movement.  Sconces and light fixtures surround the scene, which also includes a car and a factory.  Near the bottom of the scene, a figure pours liquor into a fire; the woman has one foot on the figure's head.  Caption below image states that alcohol must serve to produce heat, light, and movement, but outside of industry, it should only be found in pharmacies.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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Alcoolisme

Paris : Fils d'Emile Deyrolle, 19--?

<p>Discolored white poster with black lettering.  Title at top of poster.  Title may refer to a larger publication in which the visual image appeared.  Note text below title.  Visual image is a reproduction of an allegorical scene depicting the future of alcohol.  Alcohol appears as a woman in a roman-style robe, holding a staff.  Above her floats a banner with the text "chaleur, lumiere, mouvement," or heat, light, and movement.  Sconces and light fixtures surround the scene, which also includes a car and a factory.  Near the bottom of the scene, a figure pours liquor into a fire; the woman has one foot on the figure's head.  Caption below image states that alcohol must serve to produce heat, light, and movement, but outside of industry, it should only be found in pharmacies.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : b&w ; 84 x 63 cm.

ABSTRACT

Discolored white poster with black lettering. Title at top of poster. Title may refer to a larger publication in which the visual image appeared. Note text below title. Visual image is a reproduction of an allegorical scene depicting the future of alcohol. Alcohol appears as a woman in a roman-style robe, holding a staff. Above her floats a banner with the text "chaleur, lumiere, mouvement," or heat, light, and movement. Sconces and light fixtures surround the scene, which also includes a car and a factory. Near the bottom of the scene, a figure pours liquor into a fire; the woman has one foot on the figure's head. Caption below image states that alcohol must serve to produce heat, light, and movement, but outside of industry, it should only be found in pharmacies. Publisher information at bottom of poster.

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