Vintage Indian Public Health Poster: Rules of Sleeping
Brand Well Done Goods
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Vintage Indian Public Health Poster: Rules of Sleeping. Doesn't really seem like a good nap needs coaching, but 1960s India made rule charts for everything, with bullet points including not sleeping with another person. Gasp! The horror! The Cleavers would be proud. Estimated at around 45-60 years old, these scroll charts hung in schools, community centers and public gathering places as a way to encourage good hygiene and proper moral behavior.
- Vintage Indian medical chart
- Questionable English translations
- Imported from India
- Linen backed paper
- Original wooden hanging stabilizers & cloth tie
- Fair vintage condition, minor creases and marks due to age
- Measurements: 28.5" x 21.5"
Whether you're active in the fields of public health, medicine, social work or have a special place in your heart for India, be the very first to have a vintage educational poster we imported right to our shop in Detroit! Echoing folk art and kitsch, these charts are found throughout India and highlight just about any subject you can think of. Intended primarily as educational material, they also act as guides to morality and correct social behavior of the time, offering cautionary tales modern westerners may find quite atypical to his or her experience and upbringing. Available for immediate shipping!