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Doctors and pharmacists surround a mother with child, proffering medicines; symbolising the difference of ideas concerning change of the Dutch electoral law. Reproduction of a lithograph by J. Braakensiek, 1893.

  • Braakensiek, Joh. (Johan Coenraad), 1858-1940.
Date
20 August 1893
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17703i
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Publication/Creation

Amsterdam : Amst. Boek- en Steendrukkerij, v/h. Ellerman, Harms & co., 20 August 1893.

Physical description

1 process print : reproduction of a lithograph ; image 24.4 x 36.4 cm

Lettering

De amendementen-dokters en het kiesrecht-kindje ...

Lettering note

Contains dialogue: Dr. Mackay: Purgeeeren is de boodschap: het kind most wat wonderolie hebben. Dr. V.D. Kaay: Of je 't hebben wilt of niet baker, ik moet er even bij. Dr. Levy: Veel is niet noodig, maar toch een likje... Dr. Borgesius: hiervan een pilletje in 't fundamentje, baker. Dr. Roell: Zijn buikje is toch wel wat opgezet... een heel fatsoenlijk middeltje. Baker Tak: Van mijn kind afblijven... maar nemen jelui die dingen zelf maar in. [Lettering on objects from left to right:] Wonderolle. Kieswet. Stroopje. Spaanische zeep. Fenkelwater. Joh Braakensiek

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Wellcome Library no. 17703i

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  • Dutch


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