Cleanliness and Xenophobia: Good for Children’s Health in 1953

2d38cc7179da062c8c6fdaec964a7b93.jpgThe uncolored version of this PSA appearing in the Fall 1953 issue of Tops in Science Fiction also included a warning that there was no vaccine ready yet but there was hope for the future.  The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis and March of Dimes were both sponsors in this issue, along with Body-Bild Barbell Co. and Sportsmans Post.

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