This poster is one of a series produced by Clement Communications, a public relations company that researches, creates, publishes, and distributes programs and materials to help organizations communicate with their intended audience.Clement Communications. "She Has Her Father's Eyes and Her Mother's AIDS." Clement Communications, 1988. Poster. Slide. 1 Image.
n 1935, there were 15,000 people in the United States involved in promoting cancer education and control. By 1938, that number had increased tenfold. This was, in part, thanks to a group of impassioned women, known as the Women's Field Army (shown here), founded in 1936. Wearing khaki uniforms that noted their rank and accomplishments, these ladies took to the streets with the purpose of fundraising and educating the public about cancer.