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Important Causes of Death in Wisconsin 1912

Date: 1912
Description: Illustration of a chart listing "important causes of death in Wisconsin". Extra text reads "You Make Life What It Is!" and "What will the Future bring You...
Poster

Anti-Tuberculosis Association Poster

Date: 1928
Description: Poster produced by the Anti-Tuberculosis Association showing a young man and woman walking together with books under their arms. Includes the text "Tubercu...
Poster

Wisconsin Lung Association Poster

Date: 1953
Description: Poster produced by the Wisconsin Lung Association showing a young girl in pajamas kneeling to pray at her bedside. Includes the text "help keep everyone sa...
Poster

Anti-Tuberculosis Association Poster

Date: 1930
Description: Poster created by the Wisconsin Anti-Tuberculosis Association showing a Native-American man running. Includes the text "exercise for health" and "Christmas...
Poster

Anti-Tuberculosis Association Poster

Date: 1930
Description: Poster created by the Wisconsin Anti-Tuberculosis Association showing a Native-American man facing the sun with his arms outsretched. Includes the text "su...
Poster

Anti-Tuberculosis Association Poster

Date: 1930
Description: Poster created by the Wisconsin Anti-Tuberculosis Association showing a Native American man meditating at a campfire. Includes the text "rest" and "Christm...
Photograph

Tuberculosis Patient

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Description: Young tuberculosis patient sitting up in bed. The bed is on an outdoor porch.
Photograph

Wisconsin Lung Association Display

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Description: Wisconsin Lung Association informational display. Features model of and information on Sunnyview Sanatorium. The Wisconsin Lung Association was previously...
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Wisconsin Lung Association Display

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Description: Wisconsin Lung Association informational display on tuberculosis. Featuring a model of and information on Sunnyview Sanatorium. The Wisconsin Lung Associat...
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Tuberculosis Patient Making Dolls

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Description: Tuberculosis patient sitting in a sanatorium bed making dolls.
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WLA Exhibit Poster: The Trained Health Officer

Date: 1915
Description: Exhibit poster with an illustration of a naked man pushing against masses shaped liked clouds which are labeled "Ignorance" and "Apathy." At the center ove...
Poster

WLA Exhibit Poster: A Daily Program for Boys and Girls No. 1

Date: 1915
Description: Exhibit poster illustrating a "daily program for boys & girls," including a "cold bath," "clean hand, face, teeth...," an insistence on "ventilation in sch...
Poster

WLA Exhibit Poster: A Daily Program for Boys and Girls No. 2

Date: 1915
Description: Exhibit poster illustrating a "Daily Program for Boys & Girls," including "brush teeth, walk slowly to school," "clean up for supper" and "no late hours."
Poster

WLA Exhibit Poster: Don't Whip the Dull Child!

Date: 1915
Description: Exhibit poster enumerating "important causes of dullness in children" and exhorting the reader to "find and remove the cause."
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WLA Exhibit Poster: Open Air Schools

Date: 1915
Description: Exhibit poster illustrating the proposed benefits of "open air schools . . . where sick children are made well and weak bones catch up with sound minds." I...
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WLA Exhibit Poster: The Medical Inspection of School Children

Date: 1915
Description: Exhibit poster arguing that "the medical inspection of school children . . . means a broader understanding of childhood." In many of the photographs a man...
Poster

WLA Exhibit Poster: Baby's Food, No Substitute Equals Mother's Milk

Date: 1915
Description: Exhibit poster with illustration showing a mother holding her baby with the text "breast fed baby has 15 changes to live compared with the bottle fed baby'...

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