Place

Mumbai (India)

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Images

  • Illustrations and text explaining how AIDS cannot be transmitted from sharing clothes, drinking cups etc.; one of a series of educational posters issued by the Committed Communities Development Trust in Mumbai. Colour lithograph, ca. 1997.
  • The Bombay plague epidemic of 1896-1897: work of the Bombay Plague Committee. Photographs attributed to Capt. C. Moss, 1897.
  • Playing cards with a condom and a warning gambling games are dangerous when it comes to AIDS; an advertisement by the Lions Club of Bombay Hilltop and the HIV/AIDS Information and Guidance Centre in Bombay. Lithograph, ca. 1996.
  • A plague house in Bombay: the wall has been marked with circles. Photograph, 1896/1897.
  • Indian men sitting on steps outside a domed building in Bombay during an outbreak of plague. Photograph, 1896/1897.
  • One of the principal routes of transmission of HIV is from a woman with HIV to her baby during pregnancy, birth or breast feeding : 3% of all women attending antenatal clinics in Mumbai (Bombay) are testing HIV positive / NPL, The Naz Project, an HIV/AIDS service for the South Asian, Middle Eastern & North African communities.
  • An affluent family forced to leave their home due to plague in their neighbourhood sitting outside temporary huts in a camp: Bombay at the time of the plague. Photograph, 1896/1897.
  • The Bombay plague epidemic of 1896-1897: work of the Bombay Plague Committee. Photographs attributed to Capt. C. Moss, 1897.
  • Groups of men on a street spraying jets of water into plague infected houses, during the epidemic of plague in Bombay. Photograph attributed to Captain C. Moss, 1897.
  • The Bombay plague epidemic of 1896-1897: work of the Bombay Plague Committee. Photographs attributed to Capt. C. Moss, 1897.

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