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Mulberry Health Center Album -- Dental Hygienists with Children

Mulberry Health Center Album -- Dental Hygienists with Children
CSS Description
(Extra print, #3101b, same scene.) #3100 Gertrude A. Brugman? From: Mulberry Health Center Album (With notation: AICP Dental Clinic at St. Patrick's Parochial School.) In "A.I.C.P. 1922"; 79th Annual Report (1921-1922), p. 12 top. Caption: That the teeth hold the key to health to a great extent is becoming more and more recognized each year. These children are being taught by a competent dental staff the proper care of teeth and a diploma is given to reward those who comply with the rules for six months. In "The A.I.C.P. Eighty-Second Annual Report, 1924-1925; p. 12 bottom. Caption: Dental hygienists who clean, teach and prevent. Note: St. Patrick's Parochial School is on the south side of Prince Street between Mott and Mulberry. Also note the spittoons attached to the dental chairs.
Item Information
Title
Mulberry Health Center Album -- Dental Hygienists with Children
Date
circa 1921
Item Number
286
Photograph Number
3100
Format
photographs
Corporate Designation
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor
Borough
Manhattan
Street Names
Prince Street, 32
Annotation on Back
From: Mulberry Health Center Album AICP Dental Clinics at St. Patrick's Parochial School
Places
New York (N.Y.); Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.)
Topics
Women; School buildings; Interiors; Dental public health; Dental instruments and apparatus; Dental hygienists; Dental clinics; Children--Health and hygiene; Children
Names
St. Patrick's Old Cathedral School (New York, N.Y.); New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor; Mulberry Health Center (New York, N.Y.)
Creators
Brugman, Gertrude A.
Box and Folder Number
298: 11
CSS Description
(Extra print, #3101b, same scene.) #3100 Gertrude A. Brugman? From: Mulberry Health Center Album (With notation: AICP Dental Clinic at St. Patrick's Parochial School.) In "A.I.C.P. 1922"; 79th Annual Report (1921-1922), p. 12 top. Caption: That the teeth hold the key to health to a great extent is becoming more and more recognized each year. These children are being taught by a competent dental staff the proper care of teeth and a diploma is given to reward those who comply with the rules for six months. In "The A.I.C.P. Eighty-Second Annual Report, 1924-1925; p. 12 bottom. Caption: Dental hygienists who clean, teach and prevent. Note: St. Patrick's Parochial School is on the south side of Prince Street between Mott and Mulberry. Also note the spittoons attached to the dental chairs.