(5 3/8 x 8 3/8 In) This is an original vintage National Safety Council booklet, reprinted from Family Safety Magazine in 1962. STRANGE KILLER (Carbon Tetrachloride Dry Cleaning Fluid) is 8-pages long and informs of the deadliness of the chemical in household use. 

"A mother in New York City recently used half a cup of carbon tetrachloride to clean the upholstery of two chairs. That afternoon her 7-year-old daughter came home from school with a slight cold and sat on one of the chairs to watch television. Later the child became so violently ill that she was taken to a hospital where doctors found that her kidneys had stopped functioning and she was near death. The cause was inhaling poisonous vapor of carbon tet. It took the efforts of a 10-man medical team and an artificial kidney to keep the child alive. She remained in the hospital six weeks until her kidneys healed.", reads the first paragraph. 

The booklet is in GOOD condition, wear at the edges, light fold across the center, minor paper loss and general wear.

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