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Oversize ephemera. EPH+26.

  • Ephemera

About this work


Subject coverage includes: how to revive apparently drowned and asphyxicated people (French government 1811, Royal Humane Society, 1840s and an invitation to one of their dinners : 1796), rescue and resuscitation apparatus for mines (1911), first aid in St. Paul's Cathedral Ambulance Station (1910), Royal Life Saving Society certificates (1916, 1929, 1931), alarm for when people are mistakenly buried while still alive (Frédéric Jaquand, Paris 1867), cardiopulmonary resuscitation (British Heart Foundation, Laerdal Medical), accident prevention, firework safety, fire prevention and fire extinguishers, road safety, industrial safety, Public Health Alliance, Quality Health (health surveys), Royal Sanitary Institute (health congress information and stationery, 1937-1952, health visitors certificate, 1944), illegal disposal of waste (Hastings, 1851), Health of the Nation, Faculty of Public Health Medicine (1995?), Institute of New Zealand Health Inspectors and Australian Institute of Health Surveyors conference (1987), food hygiene (Health Education Authority 1991), avoiding poisoning by not eating mushrooms (Mantova 1794), washing hands after using the toilet (1993), sewerage in Bridlington (1890), water supply and sanitation (Great Yarmouth 1882, 1887, 1889) and "unwholesome fish" (Great Yarmouth 1889).

Physical description

1 folder ; 60 cm.


  • English

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