Photo, Print, Drawing [Fluoridation: Why all the controversy?]
About this Item
- [Fluoridation: Why all the controversy?]
- Contact sheet showing sixteen photographs of a referendum vote on fluoridation in New Canaan, Connecticut, and Dr. Charlotte Brown, New Canaan health director, with a child.
- Brooks, Charlotte, 1918-2014, photographer
Created / Published
- 1958 April.
- - Women--Political activity--Connecticut--New Canaan--1950-1960
- - Referendums--Connecticut--New Canaan--1950-1960
- - Voting--Connecticut--New Canaan--1950-1960
- Photographic prints--1950-1960.
- Photographic prints--1950-1960
- - 3 images illus. in: LOOK, v. 22, no. 13 (1958 June 24), p. 22.
- - Forms part of: LOOK Magazine Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).
- - Published in: American women : a Library of Congress guide for the study of women's history and culture in the United States / edited by Sheridan Harvey ... [et al.]. Washington : Library of Congress, 2001, p. 196.
- 1 contact sheet : 16 images.
Call Number/Physical Location
- LOOK - Job 58-7809-Z
- Look magazine photograph collection (Library of Congress)
- Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA dcu
Library of Congress Control Number
- LC-USZ62-126852 (b&w film copy neg.)
Additional Metadata Formats
- American Women: A Gateway to Library of Congress Resources for the Study of Women's History and Culture in the United States (269)
- Miscellaneous Items in High Demand (123,456)
- Prints & Photographs Online Catalog (Library of Congress) (1,042,938)
- Prints and Photographs Division (1,048,679)
- Library of Congress Online Catalog (1,479,691)
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- Reproduction Number: LC-USZ62-126852 (b&w film copy neg.)
- Call Number: LOOK - Job 58-7809-Z
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Chicago citation style:
Brooks, Charlotte, photographer. Fluoridation: Why all the controversy?. Connecticut New Canaan, 1958. April. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/00652030/.
APA citation style:
Brooks, C., photographer. (1958) Fluoridation: Why all the controversy?. Connecticut New Canaan, 1958. April. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/00652030/.
MLA citation style:
Brooks, Charlotte, photographer. Fluoridation: Why all the controversy?. April. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/00652030/>.