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The strangling of a poisonous snake, representing the crushing of tuberculosis. Colour lithograph after G. Dorival and G. Capon, ca. 1918.

Commission Américaine de Préservation contre la Tuberculose en France.
Date
[1918?]

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view The strangling of a poisonous snake, representing the crushing of tuberculosis. Colour lithograph after G. Dorival and G. Capon, ca. 1918.

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Publication/Creation

Paris (32 Rue Louis-le-Grand) : Affiches Radio-Publicité, [1918?] (Paris : Imp. Cornille & Serre)

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in green and black

Lettering

Il faut vaincre la tuberculose comme le plus malfaisant des reptiles. Geo. Dorival 18. G. Capon. Commission Américaine de Préservation contre la Tuberculose en France. Bureau de la Tuberculose. Croix Rouge Américaine

Publications note

M. Robert-Sterkendries, La santé s'affiche, Bruxelles: Therabel, 2003, no. 621, p. 314

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 47641i

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  • French



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