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Anti-Litter Club

Anti-Litter Club Chicago Button Museum
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MEMBER ANTI-LITTER CLUB CHICAGO PARKDISTRICT
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White text over a green banner in the center of the button with green text over a white background above and below the banner.

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IMBER QUALITY PRODUCTS 

L.J. IMBER CO.

1639 W. EVERGREEN AVE.

CHICAGO. ILL.

OFFICES IN DETROIT & NEW YORK

Union Bug

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This button is used to identify members of the Anti-Litter club, a club formed by the Chicago Park District. This club is mentioned in a 1934 newspaper article; the club was used to educate citizens in the effects of litter. In 1934, 12,000 waste baskets were put in Chicago parks to help promote clean parks and no littering.

Source:  They do it Better in Chicago (1934 June, 30). Oak Leaves. 

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CH0129
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