3 DR. SEUSS Vaccinate kids against diseases MMR CDC Poster Vaccine Rare Art For Sale
3 DR. SEUSS Vaccinate kids against diseases MMR CDC Poster Vaccine Rare Art:
You are buying all 3 posters. Original DR. SEUSS Vaccinate kids against diseases CDC posters art media. Part of a national Dr. Seuss Immunization Awareness Campaign on Oct. 30, 1997. (More info below) Measles mumps and rubella vaccine. MMR.
Condition: Very good. Excellent gloss shine. Minimal folds or edge wear.
1. White poster with green border. Red, black, and green cartoon image holding book and umbrella.
2. Yellow and green Sneetches with stars.
3. Red border poster picture from the King's Stilts book (with Black house with child in measles quarantine).
Each poster Size: 18” wide x 24” tall.
These posters are rare collectible lots for your collection. Tying together current book ban and books no longer published with recent vaccine news! Valuable Content!
One of the Posters states:
“Have you heard the good news? Have you read about it? Routine baby shots are protecting kids. Why would you even doubt it!
Each exam is a chance to bring kids up to date. On routine and catch-up shots that shouldn’t really wait.
Be sure to vaccinate on time. Next year, we’ll take account. All your children will be immunized, if you make each visit count.
Help keep kids healthy. Vaccinate against childhood diseases on time, every time! For more information call... (phone number listed)”
Department of health and human services. Centers for disease control and prevention.
I can read with my eyes shut by Dr. Seuss & copyright Dr. Seuss enterprises, L.P. 1978. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
Printed in USA.
Poster history: (From Huffpost by Ashley Alman 3/2/2015)
Theodor Seuss Geisel, more commonly known as the beloved American author and illustrator Dr. Seuss and born 111 years ago today, was made part of the pro-vaccine movement in the late 1990s through an immunization campaign featuring his most cherished illustrations.
Then-secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Donna Shalala, announced a national Dr. Seuss Immunization Awareness Campaign on Oct. 30, 1997, along with Audrey Geisel, the author’s widow. A spinoff of the Clinton Administration’s Childhood Immunization Initiative, the campaign released prints of illustrations from Dr. Seuss’ most famous works accompanied by rhymes encouraging parents to vaccinate their children.
“Making sure that children receive the complete series of vaccinations on-time is the key to preventing childhood disease. But too many parents don’t know which shots their children need and when,” Shalala said in the press release announcing the campaign. “This bold new campaign will teach the fundamentals of childhood immunization in a fun, new way that all of us can enjoy. Dr. Seuss and Mrs. Geisel deserve our praise and gratitude for this innovative new campaign that will go a long way toward increasing immunization awareness.”
From the 1997 HHS press release announcing the campaign:
The national Dr. Seuss campaign was launched today during a national immunization partnership meeting in Atlanta. At the event, one of the most recognizable Dr. Seuss characters, the Cat in the Hat, unveiled a limited series of six immunization posters featuring Dr. Seuss characters. The art was donated by Mrs. Geisel, through Dr. Seuss Enterprises, Inc., which controls the rights to his works. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will distribute the limited-edition posters to health care providers, medical clinics, community centers, and schools for display.
The six posters each feature a different Dr. Seuss character telling an immunization story in rhyme. Cat in the Hat reminds parents and doctors that “each exam is a chance to bring kids up to date. On routine and catch up, shots that shouldn’t really wait.” An illustration from the King’s Stilts, showing a quarantined child, says, “What’s going on here? What’s wrong with this fella? Why isn’t he protected against measles, mumps, and rubella?”
Great collectible piece for doctor, nurse, virologist, medical personnel, hospital ephemera.
Artist Biography DR. SEUSS THEODOR GEISEL
Dr. Seuss - aka Theodor Geisel. Secret Art and Unorthodox Taxidermy and bronze editions. Theodor Geisel (1904-1991), aka Doctor Seuss artwork is one of the most sought after collections today. UNORTHODOX TAXIDERMY was a collaborative effort between the artist and his first publisher to sell a collection of fantastical creatures created by Dr Seuss. Hailed by LOOK Magazine in 1938 as "The world's most eminent authority on unheard-of animals." These early works have been painstakingly recreated and offered by the estate as limited editions. For over 60 years, Dr. Seuss's illustrations brought a visual realization to his fantastic and imaginary worlds. His Secret Art works the paintings and sculptures he did at night for himself were rarely exhibited during his lifetime.
Vaccine, vaccines, Government propaganda. Cancel culture. This is a rare hard to find item.
Suess. Shot, shots, booster, boosters, immunity, immunize, immunize, 1 shot, 2 shot, immunization, immunizations, herd immunity. Delta variant. Mask mandate. Weird disease. Not signed. Unsigned. No autograph. Could be more valuable than graded PSA 10 Kobe Bryant rookie, gold, Diamond, bitcoin, and DOGE! Maybe as much as Lebron James or Tiger Woods rookie card? The black lotus of magic the gathering mtg card game. Mu variant? Delta. New strange disease.
Signature delivery required.