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Medical facilities available at a modern health centre contrasted with ill health in old-fashioned housing. Colour lithograph after A. Games, 1942.

Games, Abram, 1914-1996.
Date
1943

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Free to use with attribution CC BYCredit: Wellcome Collection
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In the foreground, the Finsbury Health Centre, opened in 1938. Behind, a boy with rickets standing in a derelict slum dwelling, sailing a toy boat in a puddle

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[London?] : Issued by A.B.C.A.[Army Bureau of Current Affairs], 1943 (London : Henry Hildesley Ltd.)

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1 print : lithograph, printed in black, brown, green, pink, yellow, blue and grey ; sheet 50.8 x 75 cm

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Your Britain: fight for it now. Modern medicine means the maintenance of good health and the prevention and early detection of disease. This is achieved by a periodic medical examination at Centres such as the new Finsbury Health Centre, where modern methods are used. Designed by P.R.2. 80. A. Games. 43

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Medical facilities available at a modern health centre contrasted with ill health in old-fashioned housing. Colour lithograph after A. Games, 1942. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY


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