Media Information

 
 
 
Collection:
Images from the History of Medicine (NLM)
Title:
Sanitary privies are cheaper than coffins ...
Subject (Genre):
Pictorial Works
Subject (Genre):
Posters
Subject (MeSH Term):
Communicable Disease Control
Subject (MeSH Term):
Toilet Facilities standards
Publication Information:
[Georgia?] : Walker County Board of Health, [1920?]
Publication Country:
United States
Copyright Statement:
The National Library of Medicine believes this item to be in the public domain.
Order No.:
A018721
Physical Description:
1 photographic print : b&w ; 26 x 21 cm.
Note (General):
Picture caption: How to keep a safe privy: 1. Have the back perfectly screened against flies and animals. 2. Have a hinged door over the seat and keep it closed when not in use. 3. Have a bucket beneath to catch the excreta. 4. Venilate the vault. 5. See that the privy is kept clean inside and out, or take the blame on yourself if some member of your family dies of typhoid fever.
Note (General):
Photograph of a poster.
Language:
eng
Restrictions on Access:
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Exhibited in:
Exhibited: "Images from the History of the Public Health Service," organized by Ronald J. Kostraba, Parklawn Conference Center, 1989.
URL:
Call Number:
PP55244 sub
Record UI:
101447576

Sanitary privies are cheaper than coffins ...

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