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  • Women now... Take Care / HIV/AIDS Team, Lothian Health Board.
  • Two women run towards a transit goods van to greet the driver who has avoided AIDS to be home with his wife (coloured version); an AIDS prevention advertisement by the AIDS Control Programme, Ministry of Health, Uganda. Lithograph, ca. 1995.
  • The faces of men and women and people at work highlighting that everyone is at risk of HIV/AIDS; an AIDS prevention advertisement by the CII, the Confederation of Indian Industry programme on HIV/AIDS prevention and care. Colour lithograph by Amita P. Gupta, ca. 1997.
  • A man behind a woman who is combing her hair; representing the sense of sight. Engraving.
  • Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives health and sunny hours / Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co.
  • Shantou (Swatow), Guangdong (Kwangtung) province, China: a woman with prominent coiffure. Photograph by John Thomson, 1871.
  • Information for women about HIV infection / written by positive women from the Body Positive women's group.
  • The male and female signs entwined with two arrows at the centre labelled 'SIDA' within a wavy grey border; a leaflet warning about the AIDS epidemic by the Comissão Nacional de Luta Contra a SIDA. Colour lithograph by Publicis Ciesa, ca. 1996.
  • Women and AIDS : plain speaking about AIDS and how it affects women, written for women by the experts - women. 2, Positive result? - Look after yourself / Positively Women and Immunity.
  • Hospital for Incurables, Blackwell Island, New York. Wood engraving by W.S.L. Jewett.
  • Enthusiastic reception of Barnum's great and renowned Boston Prize Ladies who have been specially engaged to complete a tour of Great Britain at an enormous outlay : Miss Minnie & Rhoda Holland.
  • Plain speaking about HIV and AIDS and how it affects women, written for women by the experts - women. 3, HIV, pregnancy and children / Positively Women.
  • A Japanese woman seated. Watercolour, 18--.
  • Women are employed performing a variety of domestic tasks. Coloured etching with aquatint by W.H. Pyne after himself, aquatint by J. Hill.
  • An Indian woman between two other women wearing headscarves in front of 3 arches within a decorative border; with a message about how AIDS is not spread as an AIDS prevention advertisement by NGO-AIDS Cell, Centre for Community Medicine, AIIMS. Colour lithograph by Unesco/Aidthi Workshop, March 1995.
  • A young woman posing naked against a decorative dressing screen.
  • Women's Group : Body Positive, 51B Philbeach Gardens, Earls Court, London SW5 9EB.
  • The surgery, surgical pathology and surgical anatomy of the female pelvic organs : in a series of colored plates taken from nature with commentaries, notes and cases / by Henry Savage, M.D.
  • Women & HIV : prevention : plain speaking about HIV and how it affects women / Immunity.
  • Women and AIDS : plain speaking about AIDS and how it affects women, written for women by the experts - women. 2, Positive result? - Look after yourself / Positively Women and Immunity.
  • Plain speaking about HIV and AIDS and how it affects women, written for women by the experts - women. 2, Positive result? / Positively Women.
  • A lady retiring to bed, and ordering her maid to look after her artificial aids to beauty (wig, teeth, glass eye etc.). Coloured etching by P. Roberts after G.M Woodward.
  • Cupid presides over a group of naked women who sit separated from groups of yearning men; symbolising the passion of love. Etching by J. Audran after C. Gillot.
  • A map of Zambia containing numerous women saying no to sex before marriage; a safe-sex and AIDS prevention advertisement by the Anti-AIDS Project and Copperbelt Health Education Project in Zambia. Colour lithograph, ca. 1996.
  • Working tOgether May be thE aNswer / Women's HIV Forum.
  • Female and male hands (above and below respectively). Drawing after H. Fuseli, c. 1793.
  • A woman with twisted plaits, wearing a necklace of coloured condoms, holds up a condom packet with a smile; a safe-sex and AIDS prevention advertisement by Gapa RS. Colour lithograph by Sandra Bordin, ca. 1996.
  • 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.
  • Two women tending to a man sick with AIDS surrounded by 4 men in a rural setting within a brown and mustard lined decorative border; an AIDS prevention advertisement by NGO-AIDS Cell, Centre for Community Medicine, AIIMS. Colour lithograph by S. Ghosh for Unesco/Aidthi Workshop, March 1995.
  • Men and women from all walks of life including a man in army camouflage uniform, a nurse, a businessman wearing a suit and briefcase and a painter; an advertisement for the Tanzania AIDS Project by USAID and AIDSCap. Colour lithograph, ca. 1996.