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A girl on a bicycle; advertising milk. Colour lithograph after G. Deacon, 193- (?).

  • Deacon, Gordon.
Date
[between 1930 and 1939?]
Reference
679759i
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About this work

Description

Another print in the same series, showing a boy on horseback (Wellcome Library catalogue no. 679730i), has a column on the left divided from the rest of the sheet by a dotted line, with text containing a "Notice to teacher" (absent from the catalogued copy of the present print). The "Notice to teacher" text on the horseriding print explains that the boy represents Hungarian children: the present print of the cycling girl may also represent a non-American (Netherlandish?) example of children who take exercise and consume plenty of dairy products

Publication/Creation

[United States] : Dairy Council, [between 1930 and 1939?]

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 46.8 x 34 cm

Contributors

Lettering

It makes you go ... drink milk! Reproduced from paper cut-out by Gordon Deacon

Creator/production credits

There was a "Dairy Council" in several states of the USA

Lettering note

Left, . Cut along dotted line and hang poster in class room. Use this section for supplementary lesson"

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 679759i

Languages

  • English


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