New York: the League, 1915. 8.5x11 inch handbill, printed both sides in small font, horizontal fold with minor splitting at edges, very good.
Outlines plans for a convention to be held during the Panama-Pacific Universal Exposition, the theme being "the suppression of tobacco smoking in public and semi-public places in the interest of public health and comfort." Includes message from Charles Pease listing doctors and professors preparing papers for the convention, and numerous quotes by advocates of a ban on public smoking.
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