Museum logo
Museum logo

Object Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
Catalog Number 10645-4009
Title Proof, Printing; John Falter; Offset Lithograph; Johnson & Johnson
Object Name Proof, Printing
Description Color offset lithograph on white paper. Printing proof of an advertisement for Johnson & Johnson. The illustration is of a little boy crying. He is wearing a western outfit, and an adult's hands are reaching down to him. Behind him is the back yard of a house. Behind him to the left are two boys chasing each other past an upturned rake, behind them is a boy dresses as an Indian buried in leaves. In the background are a boy and a girl climbing all over a grill. Behind the crying boy on the right are two boys are playing with a wagon, one pulling the other. Behind them is a girl hanging upside down from a tree. Behind her and on the proper right is a tipi. Underneath the illustration, on the left side is "How many ways can he hurt himself today". Printed to the right are two columns of text. Printed down the right edge is a list of First Aid kit must haves. It starts at the top with 'A year's First Aid... about $2.' Under this is First Aid Cream, BAND-AID Plastic Tape, Steri-Pad, Improved Bandage, and BAND-AID Plastic Strips. Under this is the Johnson & Johnson logo.
Date 1959
Year Range from 1959
Year Range to 1959
Material Paper, Ink
Medium Offset Lithograph
Artist Falter, John P.
Made Falter, John P.
Place of Origin USA
Height (in) 13.875
Width (in) 21.563
People Falter, John Philip, 1910-1982
Other Name Proof, Printing
Credit line John P. Falter, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania
Collection Falter, John P. Collection
Relation Show Related Records...