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Health Bonds for Children

Health Bonds for Children
CSS Description
See #2050 - Same family. #2047 Unknown Photographer In Bagdad on the Subway; A Monthly Bulletin of Association [AICP] News, No. 3, December 1917, p. 14. Illustration for article entitled, "Health Bonds for Children! Here is one of the ways in which the A.I.C.P. invests your money. Are you satisfied with the investment?" Pages 13-15. Legend: The second oldest girl of Mrs. ---- is a cripple. But she is faithfully attending the clinic for treatment and there is hope that she will some day discard her crutches. The other children are in good health. They were not when we first knew them, living in a little rear house where the sun rarely penetrated. An allowance of $54.00 a month helps the mother to keep her children in health.
Item Information
Title
Health Bonds for Children
Date
1917
Item Number
318
Photograph Number
2047
Format
photographs
Corporate Designation
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor
Places
New York (N.Y.)
Topics
Women; Interiors; Portraits, Group; People with disabilities; Mothers; House furnishings; Crutches; Children with disabilities; Children
Box and Folder Number
298: 44
CSS Description
See #2050 - Same family. #2047 Unknown Photographer In Bagdad on the Subway; A Monthly Bulletin of Association [AICP] News, No. 3, December 1917, p. 14. Illustration for article entitled, "Health Bonds for Children! Here is one of the ways in which the A.I.C.P. invests your money. Are you satisfied with the investment?" Pages 13-15. Legend: The second oldest girl of Mrs. ---- is a cripple. But she is faithfully attending the clinic for treatment and there is hope that she will some day discard her crutches. The other children are in good health. They were not when we first knew them, living in a little rear house where the sun rarely penetrated. An allowance of $54.00 a month helps the mother to keep her children in health.