Arsenic Wallpaper Broadside by Kendra Greene of Greene Ink PressArsenic Wallpaper Broadside by Kendra Greene of Greene Ink PressArsenic Wallpaper Broadside by Kendra Greene of Greene Ink Press

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A Consumption of Arsenic
Excerpted from Shadows From the Walls of Death; Being Arsenical Wall Papers, Gathered by R. C. Kenzie, Member of State Board of Health, made in Lansing, Michigan in 1874. Handset in Walbaum and Joanna lead and antimony type at the Bow & Arrow Press in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Printed in a variable edition of 100, on locally available wallpapers, with ink taken from a flammables cabinet by A. K. Greene, Fellow at HLS Library Innovation Lab, July 2018.