File:"Don't go to Bed with Malaria Mosquito" - NARA - 514146.tif
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|Title||"Don't go to Bed with Malaria Mosquito"|
|Author||Unknown or not provided|
|Record creator||Office for Emergency Management. Office of War Information. Domestic Operations Branch. Bureau of Special Services. (03/09/1943 - 09/15/1945)|
|Date||1941 - 1945|
|Source||U.S. National Archives and Records Administration|
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|Horizontal resolution||300 dpi|
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|File change date and time||17:48, 13 February 1998|
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