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Fight tuberculosis with modern weapons

Rays of light come from the double-barred cross (Cross of Lorraine), illuminating a scene of health personnel working in laboratories and caring for patients. There is a man looking into a microscope, and a woman using pipettes. A man in a surgical gown holds a tube attached to a hose to a woman's side as she lies on a bed, and a nurse monitors the large jars the hose comes out of. A doctor is injecting a boy's arm, and a chest X-ray is in the background. The poster is signed 'Ernest Hamlin Baker.' Below the title are three small books labeled 'Christmas 1935'.

Title: Fight tuberculosis with modern weapons
Date: ca. 1935
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