The Targeting of African Americans by the Tobacco Industry
“Minorities & Smoking”
When Movie Stars Sold Cigarettes
“Smoking in the Balcony Only”
How New York City Became the Heart of the Tobacco Industry…and Anti-Smoking Activism
“Big Tobacco in the Big Apple”
A four-part slideshow series addressing the history of America’s smoking epidemic
“Confronting America’s Smoking Pandemic”
It may not be who you think…
“The Surgeon General vs. The Marlboro Man: Who Really Won?”
“Fighting Smoke with Fire: A Commemorative Exhibition on Alabamian Dr. Luther Terry and the Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking and Health”
“Anti-Smoking Postage Stamps from Around the World”
“Alabama’s Dr. Luther Terry and the Publication of the Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking”
Medicine in the back, cancer up front.
“Your Drug Store and Cancer Center”
Modern anti-tobacco advocacy as seen through the eyes of America’s leading newspaper editorial cartoonists.
“Cartoonists Take Up Smoking”
40th Anniversary of the Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking and Health Commemorative Exhibit
An exhibition and symposium about the struggle to end smoking on airplanes.
“Up in Smoke: The Airline Flight Attendants’ Fight to End Smoking Aloft”
“When More Doctors Smoked Camels: A Century of Health Claims in Cigarette Advertising”
Do you remember when Santa sold cigarettes?
“Merry X-Ray and a Happy New Lung”
“The Unfiltered Truth About Smoking and Health: AMA Rewrites Tobacco History”
30th Anniversary of the Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking and Health Commemorative Exhibit
Medical Claims in Cigarette Advertisements,
“When More Doctors Smoked Camels: Medical Claims in Cigarette Advertising, 1888-1988”