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This beautiful American Cancer Society bookmark is illustrated by the famed artist Rockwell Kent.  It's from my personal collection, and probably dates from around the 1950s.

This beautiful American Cancer Society bookmark is illustrated by the famed artist Rockwell Kent. It's from my personal collection, and probably dates from around the 1950s.

Here we have a movie size poster dating from the 1940s or 1950s.  It is not dated so an exact date may be impossible to discover.

Here we have a movie size poster dating from the 1940s or 1950s. It is not dated so an exact date may be impossible to discover.

This is a vintage 1950 American Cancer Society Cancer Crusade brochure from the Kansas Division.

This is a vintage 1950 American Cancer Society Cancer Crusade brochure from the Kansas Division.

This is a 1964 print ad for the American Cancer Society.  It features Walt Kelly's Pogo characters.  It's small, measuring approximately 6.5" x 2.5".

This is a 1964 print ad for the American Cancer Society. It features Walt Kelly's Pogo characters. It's small, measuring approximately 6.5" x 2.5".

This Ohio Division's Women's Field Army American Society for the Control of Cancer brochure from my personal collection dates circa 1940s.

This Ohio Division's Women's Field Army American Society for the Control of Cancer brochure from my personal collection dates circa 1940s.

Another beautiful bookmark by the famous illustrator Rockwell Kent for the American Cancer Society.  "Cancer Struck All Three" is the headline.  Undated, but probably from the 1950s.  From my personal collection.

Another beautiful bookmark by the famous illustrator Rockwell Kent for the American Cancer Society. "Cancer Struck All Three" is the headline. Undated, but probably from the 1950s. From my personal collection.

Here is a beautiful State Commander Women's Field Army medal from the American Society for the Control of Cancer.  Five plastic Sword of Hope pins have been glued to the ribbon.  The medal itself looks almost brand new, but the ribbon is very frayed.  My guess is this dates back to the late 1930s or 1940s.

Here is a beautiful State Commander Women's Field Army medal from the American Society for the Control of Cancer. Five plastic Sword of Hope pins have been glued to the ribbon. The medal itself looks almost brand new, but the ribbon is very frayed. My guess is this dates back to the late 1930s or 1940s.

There were only four original Danger Signals of Cancer.  They was eventually increased to seven signals.  This flyer from my personal collection is from the early days of the American Society for the Control of Cancer, probably circa 1920-1930.

There were only four original Danger Signals of Cancer. They was eventually increased to seven signals. This flyer from my personal collection is from the early days of the American Society for the Control of Cancer, probably circa 1920-1930.

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