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This Ipswich Temperance Tract depicts how the drink trade adversely affected families.  In addition to the angst the husband has caused his wife, and the implied neglection of his children, the general nature of the family's living condition has changed.  While the room in the above picture seems tidy and well-kept, the room in the lower picture contains a broken chair, cracks around the window, and tattered clothes hanging in the background.