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An ostrich with its head in the ground representing a warning to people who ignore the facts about AIDS; advertisement for the AIDS hotline in Maine, U.S.A. Colour lithograph by Media Source.

Date
[between 1900 and 1999]
Reference
667915i
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Publication/Creation

Maine : Maine Office on AIDS : Maine Department of Human Services, [between 1900 and 1999] (U.S.A. : Media Source)

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in red lettering ; sheet 61 x 45.6 cm

Lettering

There's no AIDS problem in Maine. Right? Wrong! Sticking your head int he sand won't help. Almost 725 Maine people are ill with AIDS. And 335 have already died. Soon, each of us will be affected in some way by AIDS. For information on what you can do, call the AIDS Hotline 1-800-851-AIDS. A presentation of: The Maine Office on AIDS. Maine Department of Human Services appropriation 3̃310-2850; #1310-1850. Produced by Media Source

Lettering note

Alterations in pink to the numbers affected by AIDS: '100' crossed out and '725' inserted; '41' crossed out and '335' to emphasise the enormity of the problem

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 667915i

Copyright note

Maine Office on AIDS Maine Department of Human Services Media Sources 19-- A presentation of: The Maine Office on AIDS. Maine Department of Human Services appropriation 3̃310-2850; #1310-1850. Produced by Media Source 28/08/2008 USA UkLW Transcription from the item

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