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Dumas, Dick (2)
Jacques Carlu (1)
Rapeno, A. (1)
Schamdandjian, N. (1)

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1918 (1)

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1. Exposition de l'Enfance Exposition de l'Enfance Posters; World War I; France; Children; Red Cross; Women and children; Artists; A child standing on a chair pastes a poster with the text onto a fence.

2. Combattez la Tuberculose Combattez la Tuberculose Posters; World War I; France; Public Health; Disease and Wartime; The poster features comics-like frames demonstrating the allies and enemies of tuberculosis, and what can be done to prevent the spread of the disease.

3. Allons tous à la consultation Allons tous à la consultation Posters; World War I; France; Children; Public Health; Disease and Wartime; Red Cross A line of infants and young girls winds outside of a building labeled "Consultation."

4. Nous voulons. Les revendications des bébés Nous voulons. Les revendications des bébés Posters; World War I; France; Children; Public Health; Red Cross; Babies march with picket signs.

5. Sauvez votre bébé! La mort le guette Sauvez votre bébé! La mort le guette Posters; World War I; France; Children; Disease and Wartime; Red Cross; Women and children A skeletal Death peers into a nursery filled with babies.

6. Suivez ces Conseils. Vous vivrez longtemps. Suivez ces Conseils. Vous vivrez longtemps. Posters; World War I; France; Public Health; Disease and Wartime; Children; Red Cross; This poster describes ways for children to stay healthy and avoid tuberculosis.

7. Republique Francaise. Conseil Municipal de Paris. Habitants de Paris. Republique Francaise. Conseil Municipal de Paris. Habitants de Paris. Posters; World War I; France; Text only.
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