|Title||"Mad as a Hatter" Campaign Materials|
01.0005.002.01 - "Mad as a Hatter" sticker
01.0005.002.02 - "Mad as a Hatter" sticker
01.0005.002.03 - "Mad as a Hatter" button
01.0005.002.04 - "Mad as a Hatter" button
01.0005.002.05 - "Mad as a Hatter" button
01.0005.002.06 - "Mad as a Hatter" tee shirt
Stickers and buttons are round with white backgrounds. Across the top in red is "Mad as a Hatter?" Across bottom in green and red is "Campaign for a Mercury Free NIH". Center picture in blue/green/red is of Mr. Safety Link dressed as the Mad Hatter holding a "no Hg" sign. Tee shirt has retouched illustration from the 1861 "Alice in Wonderland" by Lewis Carrol with Mr. Safety Link as the Mad Hatter at tea.
Captain Edward H. Rau
|Caption||"Mad as a Hatter" Campaign Materials|
|Provenance||April 26, 2001 began the campaing to totally rid NIH of mercury-containing items. the First NIH-pollution prevention campaign launched. Conceived in January 2001, the campaign uses the web, a web pledge, brochures, etc. to educate the NIH community about mercury. It has also been adopted by the FDA, CDC, and Indian Health Center. The campaign is reaching into the community around NIH to educate families and school children.|
|Number of images||2|
|Organizations||NIH; OD, ORS, Division of Safety|
|NIH Property #||none|
|Old NIH Property #||none|
Rau, Edward H.