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Public Health Movement

The poster shows a picture of Mao Zedong on the top left and pictures of the cultural revolution in China
We must eradicate snail fever (1), 1970.
There are picture of people cleaning houses, methods of killing rats, people sweeping the streets, and other cleaning activities around the household and sidewalk
Environmental sanitation of city residents, 1952.
There are pictures of people filtering the water, laying down cement, cleaning up after livestock, clearning out rato holes, and other activities to make village tidy and clean
Community sanitation in the countryside, 1952.
There are pictures on the top of people going to wells, water being filtered, water being boiled, and water being seen through a microscope
Water and diseases, 1952.



There are pictures of peopel who have smallpox on the left, and corpse being carried away, and there are lines of people lining up for vaccinations
Everyone must have vaccination against smallpox, 1952.
There are pictures of various cleaning activities like showering, scrubbing, sweeping, doing laundry, and keeping food fresh
Sanitation of public places in the cities, 1952.
The left part of the poster shows how rats can spread disease, the middle part shows where rats can live in houses, and the right part shows how to get rid of rats
Rats, fleas, and the plague, 1952.
The left part of this poster shows the life cycle of a fly and how it affects people, the right part shows preventative measures against flies such as traps and spraying
Flies spread diseases, 1952.



The left part shows how lice make people sick and the right part shows methods of prevention like bathing, cutting hair, and doing laundry
Lice spread diseases, 1952.
The left part shows how mosquitoes grow and spread diseases like filariasis.  The left part shows people sleeping with mosquito nets, cleaning water, and filling up water potholes and digging ditches
Mosquitoes spread diseases, 1952.
The poster shows a sickly, blue American running with rats and flies
Public health and germ warfare during the Korean War, ca. 1952.
Flies bombs dropping on buildings below
Public health and germ warfare during the Korean War, ca. 1952.



Health officials are burying a sickly American with rats and flies
Public health and germ warfare during the Korean War, ca. 1952.
On the left, the mom is working hard for her baby and eating properly.  On the left, she is cutting the umbilical cord, bathing it, and wrapping it in sterilized cloth
To have a healthy baby--what mothers should know, 1950.
There is a Russian lady wearing a fur coat with her child on the left and various mothers feeding, bathing, and dressing their children
To have good routine for the child - Soviet influence in China, 1954.
There is a Russian mother spoon feeding her child
Feeding the child - Soviet influence in China, 1954.



There are pictures of a chef cleaning vegetables and cooking very appetizing dishes
To change cooking methods to preserve nutrition (1), 1955.
There are pictures of cooks making dough and cooking it into many bowls of noodles
To change cooking methods to preserve nutrition (2), 1955.
There is a picture of the cafeteria and then pictures of the employee cleaning the tables and washing the dishes
Kitchen and cafeteria hygiene: cleaning and disinfection, 1955.
There is a man organizing jars, dough, meat, and vegetables
Kitchen and cafeteria hygiene: to cover jars and to separate cooked and raw foods, 1955.



There are people taking out the garbage and cleaning a storage house
Kitchen and cafeteria hygiene: to collect garbage and do cleaning regularly, 1955.
There is a picture of a chef inspecting jars on top and then there is a chef coughing into a handkerchief on the lower part
Pay attention to the personal hygiene of chefs (1), 1955.
There are pictures of a chef cutting his nails, washing his hands, scrubbing a board, and putting on a clean uniform
Pay attention to the personal hygiene of chefs (2), 1955.
There is a doctor inspecting the chef with a stethoscope and the nurse is caring for him
Chefs should pay attention to their health and the prevention of diseases, 1955.



There is a crowd of men and women rallying together and marching on a public health movement under a red flag.  The poster is in Chinese and Korean languages
To fully carry out a patriotic public health movement, 1963.
There is a big picture of a barefoot doctor travelling with a medical box with an electrical tower in the background
Go to the countryside to serve the 500 million peasants, 1965.
There are pictures about people marching, rallying to clean out rivers, spreading information, caring for the sick, pointing at maps, and other patriotic activities for the good of the people
We must eradicate snail fever (2), 1970.
There is a picture of a farmer's family with his two children in the field smiling
"To carry out birth control for the revolution", 1974.



There are pictures of children cleaning and doing household activities to keep clean
Let's emphasize public health to promote agricultural production, 1963.