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Moskva : Gosudarstvennoe izdatel£stvo, 1921.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, col. ; 71 x 48 cm.

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Discolored white poster with brown or faded black lettering. All text in Cyrillic cursive and block script. Phrase in upper left corner appears to urge the proletariat to unite. Phrase in upper right corner may be an approval for posting from the health commissariat. Title below phrases urges children to keep or care for their teeth. Visual images are five illustrations of teachers and health workers instructing children in proper oral hygiene and performing dental exams; a sixth illustration features two children smiling, revealing their clean, white teeth. Series statement below illustrations. Series commemorates Vera Bonch-Bruevich, also known as Vera Velichkina, a public health advocate in the early Soviet era. Publisher information at bottom of poster.

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<p>Discolored white poster with brown or faded black lettering.  All text in Cyrillic cursive and block script.  Phrase in upper left corner appears to urge the proletariat to unite.  Phrase in upper right corner may be an approval for posting from the health commissariat.  Title below phrases urges children to keep or care for their teeth.  Visual images are five illustrations of teachers and health workers instructing children in proper oral hygiene and performing dental exams; a sixth illustration features two children smiling, revealing their clean, white teeth.  Series statement below illustrations.  Series commemorates Vera Bonch-Bruevich, also known as Vera Velichkina, a public health advocate in the early Soviet era.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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Moskva : Gosudarstvennoe izdatel£stvo, 1921.

<p>Discolored white poster with brown or faded black lettering.  All text in Cyrillic cursive and block script.  Phrase in upper left corner appears to urge the proletariat to unite.  Phrase in upper right corner may be an approval for posting from the health commissariat.  Title below phrases urges children to keep or care for their teeth.  Visual images are five illustrations of teachers and health workers instructing children in proper oral hygiene and performing dental exams; a sixth illustration features two children smiling, revealing their clean, white teeth.  Series statement below illustrations.  Series commemorates Vera Bonch-Bruevich, also known as Vera Velichkina, a public health advocate in the early Soviet era.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, col. ; 71 x 48 cm.

ABSTRACT

Discolored white poster with brown or faded black lettering. All text in Cyrillic cursive and block script. Phrase in upper left corner appears to urge the proletariat to unite. Phrase in upper right corner may be an approval for posting from the health commissariat. Title below phrases urges children to keep or care for their teeth. Visual images are five illustrations of teachers and health workers instructing children in proper oral hygiene and performing dental exams; a sixth illustration features two children smiling, revealing their clean, white teeth. Series statement below illustrations. Series commemorates Vera Bonch-Bruevich, also known as Vera Velichkina, a public health advocate in the early Soviet era. Publisher information at bottom of poster.

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