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The ASHA created these materials as part of their efforts to promote social hygiene among industry during the war.
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These images are political cartoons drawn by C.D. Batchelor for the ASHA.
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The items in this collection are images based on epidemiological information. They were reproduced as posters.
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Items in Spanish, Italian, and French created by the US Government.
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The intended audience of these posters is servicemen as the US was mobilizing for and fighting World War II.
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These materials were created to promote National Social Hygiene Day, an annual event organized by the ASHA. See the glossary for more details.
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The images show exhibits from the 1939-40 New York World's Fair related to science, public health, and medicine.
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This is an article reprint of a piece by Parran in Survey Graphic. It addresses the high rates of syphilis and tuberculosis in the African American…
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This collection includes the pictorial statistics included in the reprint of an article originally published in Survey Graphic in July 1936.
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These items are proofs of the pictorial statistics (infographics) included in Thomas Parran's book Shadow on the Land. These images circulated…
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