The pavilion of the Hungarian state at the international hygiene exhibition in Dresden (In English, Hungarian, German and France)
The pavilion of the Hungarian state at the international hygiene exhibition in Dresden (In English, Hungarian, German and France)
The pavilion of the Hungarian state at the international hygiene exhibition in Dresden (In English, Hungarian, German and France)
The pavilion of the Hungarian state at the international hygiene exhibition in Dresden (In English, Hungarian, German and France)
The pavilion of the Hungarian state at the international hygiene exhibition in Dresden (In English, Hungarian, German and France)
International Hygiene Exhibition

The pavilion of the Hungarian state at the international hygiene exhibition in Dresden (In English, Hungarian, German and France)

Budapest: Franklin, 1911. In original cloth. 47 plate. (24 p, with photos). In fine conditon, with a collection stamp and mark on the title page and collection paper on the cover.

The International Hygiene Exhibition was a world's fair focusing on medicine and public health, held in Dresden, Germany, in 1911. The leading figure organizing the exhibition was German philanthropist and businessman Karl August Lingner [de], who had grown wealthy from his Odol mouthwash brand, and was enthusiastic to educate the public about advances in public health. Lingner had previously organized a public-health exhibition as part of the 1903 Dresden municipal expo, and its success led him to plan a larger endeavor.

Price: €1,000.00