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WHITE HOUSE TEA GIVEN FOR WOMEN LEADERS IN THE 'FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS' CAMPAIGN, WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 11. FOLLOWING A TEA AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY, MRS. ROOSEVELT AND PROMINENT WOMEN LEADERS IN THE 'FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS' CAMPAIGN BROADCAST OVER A COAST-TO-COAST NETWORK THE URGENT NEED FOR MORE INSTITUTIONS FOR THE REHABILITATION OF INFANTILE PARALYSIS PATIENTS IN THIS COUNTRY. L TO R: MARGARET McBRIDE, KNOWN AS MARTHA DEAN OF THE RADIO; MRS. GIFFORD PINCHOT, MRS. HARRY WOODRING; REP. EDITH NOURSE ROGERS; AND CATHREEN CARRICO, OF CLINTON, MD, WHO CONTRACTED INFANTILE PARALYSIS WHEN A SMALL CHILD AND WHO STAGED A REMARKABLE RECOVERY. SHE NOW SINGS OVER THE RADIO

WHITE HOUSE TEA GIVEN FOR WOMEN LEADERS IN THE 'FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS' CAMPAIGN, WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 11. FOLLOWING A TEA AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY, MRS. ROOSEVELT AND PROMINENT WOMEN LEADERS IN THE 'FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS' CAMPAIGN BROADCAST OVER A COAST-TO-COAST NETWORK THE URGENT NEED FOR MORE INSTITUTIONS FOR THE REHABILITATION OF INFANTILE PARALYSIS PATIENTS IN THIS COUNTRY. L TO R: MARGARET McBRIDE, KNOWN AS MARTHA DEAN OF THE RADIO; MRS. GIFFORD PINCHOT, MRS. HARRY WOODRING; REP. EDITH NOURSE ROGERS; AND CATHREEN CARRICO, OF CLINTON, MD, WHO CONTRACTED INFANTILE PARALYSIS WHEN A SMALL CHILD AND WHO STAGED A REMARKABLE RECOVERY. SHE NOW SINGS OVER THE RADIO

 
 

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