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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.

American Cancer Society advertisement for mammograms from the 1970s! #vintage #mammograms #history

American Cancer Society advertisement for mammograms from the 1970s! #vintage #mammograms #history

Enlistment ad for the American Society for the Control of Cancer's Women's Field Army.  Probably dating around the 1930s.

Enlistment ad for the American Society for the Control of Cancer's Women's Field Army. Probably dating around the 1930s.

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.

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Sarzin Metallic Cachet

This unique Sarzin Metallic Cachet features an armored knight on horseback stabbing cancer, represented by a crab, with the American Cancer Society's Sword of Hope.  Sarzin's unique cachets were created by first impressing the image onto a thin metallic plate which was then pasted to the paper envelope.

M27 Sarzin Metallic Cachet This unique Sarzin Metallic Cachet features an armored knight on horseback stabbing cancer, represented by a crab, with the American Cancer Society's Sword of Hope. Sarzin's unique cachets were created by first impressing the image onto a thin metallic plate which was then pasted to the paper envelope.

Cancer Awareness Ribbon Guide --- Because EVERY type of cancer is important and deserves awareness and funding for research in order to find a cure!

Cancer Awareness Ribbon Guide --- Because EVERY type of cancer is important and deserves awareness and funding for research in order to find a cure!

Bruce McKinley Shanks (1908 – 1980) was the Buffalo Evening News editorial cartoonist, and won the 1958 Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning with his cartoon "The Thinker," published on August 10, 1957. It depicted the dilemma of union membership when confronted by corrupt leaders in some labor unions. This original art by him is dated 4/11/56 and depicts Cancer as the Grim Reaper being threatened by two of the American Cancer Society's Sword of Hope.

Bruce McKinley Shanks (1908 – 1980) was the Buffalo Evening News editorial cartoonist, and won the 1958 Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning with his cartoon "The Thinker," published on August 10, 1957. It depicted the dilemma of union membership when confronted by corrupt leaders in some labor unions. This original art by him is dated 4/11/56 and depicts Cancer as the Grim Reaper being threatened by two of the American Cancer Society's Sword of Hope.

Description: 1957 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY vintage print advertisement "go ahead CALL!" -- the fastest cure for worry about cancer: a call to your doctor now! -- Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 8.5 inches x 11.5 inches (22 cm x 29 cm). Condition: This original vintage advertisement is in Very Good Condition unless otherwise noted.

1957 American Cancer Society Ad "go ahead CALL!"

Description: 1957 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY vintage print advertisement "go ahead CALL!" -- the fastest cure for worry about cancer: a call to your doctor now! -- Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 8.5 inches x 11.5 inches (22 cm x 29 cm). Condition: This original vintage advertisement is in Very Good Condition unless otherwise noted.

Woman’s Field Army Against Cancer 1937. This ad is the inside front cover of The Yale Record, 1937, a humor magazine.  The Women's Field Army was a branch of the American Society for the Control of Cancer, predecessor of the American Cancer Society.

Woman’s Field Army Against Cancer 1937. This ad is the inside front cover of The Yale Record, 1937, a humor magazine. The Women's Field Army was a branch of the American Society for the Control of Cancer, predecessor of the American Cancer Society.

This is a 1959 ad for the American Cancer Society! The size is approximately 2.5 x 5 inches. The caption is 'Just fine, thank you!'

This is a 1959 ad for the American Cancer Society! The size is approximately 2.5 x 5 inches. The caption is 'Just fine, thank you!'

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