Anti-smoking public service announcements about tobacco use and other cancer-related health concerns produced by the American
Cancer Society on 16mm film.
The American Cancer Society's origins reach back to 1913, when it was founded as the American Society for the Control of Cancer.
It reorganized in 1945 as the American Cancer Society, using an infusion of new money to establish it's research program.
It has grown into one of the largest volunteer health organizations, providing funding for cancer research, patient support
and public awareness campaigns.
6.25 Linear Feet
(5 cartons containing 35 reels 16 mm color film and 2 videotapes)
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