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KEEPING WELL: The Radio Health Dramas Broadcast on Saturday Evenings by the Baltimore City Health Department and the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland from Station WFBR

Baltimore City Health Department

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Baltimore: Baltimore City Health Department Bureau of Health Ifnormation, (1942). First Edition. 4to. Tape-bound wraps. Very good. Mild touches of soil and surface scratches to wraps. Internally clean overall with touches of foxing here and there. Good and sound. Unpaginated. (Item ID: 19115)

A phonebook-sized volume of scripts for radio dramas produced by Baltimore's Health Deptartment in 1940. Each about fifteen minutes in length, the dramas were a means of educating the public on various health issues; titles include "Pandora's Box" (on food refrigeration), "By the Waters of Lethe" (on sewers), "By The Roadside" (on raw milk at roadside stands), and others, including one on "health as patriotic duty." Offers an interesting record of public health education near the end of the radio era.


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