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  • Presented by the makers of Carter's Little Liver Pills : Carter's Iron Pills for the blood, nerves and complexion.
  • New York State Soldiers' Depot, New York City: the hospital. Colour lithograph, 1864.
  • Hospital for Incurables, Blackwell Island, New York. Wood engraving by W.S.L. Jewett.
  • A radio with information about the Gay Men's Health Crisis AIDS Radiothon on the New York radio station, WNEW. FM 192.7 on 6 Feburary 1994. Colour lithograph by Rick Gerwitz.
  • Henry S. Tanner before the start of his 40-day fast at Clarendon Hall, New York City. Photograph by Herr & Co., 1880.
  • Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, New York: with an elaborate border. Line engraving by J.D. Smillie after Davis.
  • The back view of a man holding a condom; advertising safe sex. Colour lithograph by Michael Sabanosh for the Gay Men's Health Crisis, 1989.
  • D. E. Hurd, drugs, groceries, &c. : Dr. C. M'lane's Liver Pills and Vermifuge, Turin, N.Y.
  • Bellevue Hospital, New York City: male patients (criminal insane?) in bed in ward, prison bars in foreground guarded by policeman. Photograph.
  • An HIV positive woman with her child representing an advertisement for free medicine and medical care for people with HIV or AIDS as part of the AIDS Drug Assistance Program by the New York State Health Department and New York City. Colour lithograph.
  • A heterosexual couple, a gay couple, and a lesbian couple with a latex glove, condom and lubricant representing an advertisement for safe sex by the Gay Men's Health Crisis. Colour lithograph by Charlie Pizzarello, 1993.
  • New York City: rooftops of buildings by the Hudson River. Photograph, ca. 1880.
  • Old Bridewell, New York. Coloured lithograph by H.R. Robinson.
  • Phenalgin : an ideal antipyretic, analgesic and expectorant.
  • A birthday cake with lit candles and a message that age won't provide protection from AIDS; advertisement for the AIDS Helpline by the New York State Health Department. Colour lithograph.
  • Mamma. Do take some of Carter's Little Liver Pills they always cure your sick headache.
  • Presented by the makers of Carter's Little Liver Pills : sick headache positively cured by Carter's Little Liver Pills.
  • Orphan Asylum, New York. Coloured wood engraving by L. Casing-Barrett.
  • Details of the AIDS Walk New York on 22 May 1994 benefiting Gay Men's Health Crisis. Colour lithograph by Craig Miller, Richard Zeichik and Associates.
  • A surgical operation in which the surgeon communicates by microphone with onlookers. Gouache by J. Pignone, ca. 1934.
  • Presented by the makers of Carter's Little Liver Pills : sick headache positively cured by Carter's Little Liver Pills.
  • An exploding star with a rainbow of coloured ribbons and the earth beyond with a quote from Bertrand Russell; an advertisement for the AIDS helpline by the New York State Health Department. Colour lithograph.
  • A long list of different types of people from 'uncle' to bisexual' surrounding the vertical words 'AIDS' and below, 'does not discriminate'; advertisement for the AIDS hotline by the SUNY Purchase College in New York. Colour lithograph by BRIana G. Weiner.
  • Complex-D : 8-hour cough formula.
  • Bellevue Hospital, New York City: a cell with bed seen through doorway. Photograph.
  • New York Infirmary and Women's Medical College, New York City. Coloured wood engraving.
  • Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills : W. H. Comstock, sole proprietor, Morristown, N.Y.
  • An HIV positive man with his partner representing an advertisement for free medicine and medical care for people with HIV or AIDS as part of the AIDS Drug Assistance Program by the New York State Health Department and New York City. Colour lithograph.
  • The name 'Aretha Franklin: Duets' within a black oval against a background of roses; advertising an AIDS benefit concert. Colour lithograph by Milton Glaser, 1993.
  • The Croton aqueduct, Harlem River Bridge, New York. Wood engraving.