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CHIEF EXECUTIVE RETURNS FROM WARM SPRINGS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. LOOKING THE PICTURE OF HEALTH, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY RETURNED FROM A SPRING VACATION AT WARM SPRINGS. BESIDES SECRETARY OF COMMERCE HARRY HOPKINS WHO ACCOMPANIED THE PRESIDENT ON THE TRIP FROM HIS GEORGIA RETREAT, OTHERS AT UNION STATION WERE SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL AND SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGENTHAU. LITTLE DIANA HOPKINS, DAUGHTER OF THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE, IS ALSO IN THE PICTURE

Prospect Hill. Bunker’s Hill. I. Seven dollars a month. - - I. Three pence a day. II. Fresh provisions, and in plenty. - - II. Rotten salt pork. III. Health. - - - - III. The scurvy. IV. Freedom, ease, affluence and a good farm. IV. Slavery, beg

Pharoah's fat kine - pharoah's lean kine / IC.

Visiting the sick

Auditor's office, December 22d, 1820. Dear Sir Agreeably to your request, I have prepared a list of the officers of Virginia, shewing their salaries as now fixed by law, and as they stood in 1814 ... James E. Health, Auditor. [To] Thomas Miller

[Woodcut] Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Mr. Weightman, late mayor of Washington, Monticello, June 24th, 1826. Respected Sir: [Declining on account of ill health the invitation to be in Washington on the fiftieth anniversary of American indepen

Health reporter. Thursday, July 26 1832, 10 o'clock. The Board of Health reports 141 cases of cholera & 55 deaths, since July 25 10 A. M. viz ... Printed and published by A. Bling, No. 9 Canal-st corner of Elm st.

Illinois state lottery; authorized by the Legislature to raise funds for the purpose of draining the ponds and lakes in the American bottom, and of improving the health thereof. Class No: 5. To be drawn at Harrisonville on Saturday December 15th

Drawing of the Illinois State lottery, authorized by the Legislature to raise funds for the purpose of draining the ponds and lakes in the American bottom, and of improving the health thereof. Class No: 1 ... Alton, Printed at the "Telegraph" Of

Texan universal pills. Prepared after a careful personal examination of the diseases incident to this climate, and with a particular reference to the health, comfort, and happiness of the citizens of this Republic. By James B. Gilman. Houston, 1

Drawing of the Illinois state lottery. Authorized by the Legislature to raise funds, for the purpose of draining the ponds and lakes in the American bottom, and of improving the health thereof. Extra class no: 2 ... Alton, February 1, 1839.

Dr. Jewett's...health restoring bitters

Nuisances. Office Commissioner of Health, April 2, 1856. To housekeepers and others. ... [Washington, D. C. 1856].

A chart to health (second edition.) The electric equilibrium .... W. J. McGehee, M. D. [Savannah, Georgia? c. 1857].

City of Boston. Notice to housekeepers and tenants. All persons are prohibited by law from removing House Offal, without being licensed for that purpose by the Board of Aldermen ... Ezra Forristall, Superintendent. Health Office, April 4th, 1859

R. S. Bassett to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 17, 1860 (Warns Lincoln to guard his health)

Town ordinances. An ordinance to establish a patrol ... An ordinance to alter the time of ringing the town bell, and to establish a special patrol ... An ordinance to preserve the health of the town of Anderson ... 1860.

City of Boston. Notice of housekeepers and tenants. All persons are prohibited by law from removing house offal without being licensed for that purpose by the Board of Aldermen ... Ezra Forristall, Superintendent. Health office, April 12. 1861 .

City of Boston. Notice to housekeepers and tenants. All persons are prohibited by law from removing house offal without being licensed for that purpose ... Ezra Forristall, Superintendent. Health Office. April 22, 1862 ... J. E. Farwell & Co. pr

J. M. Cummins, Tuesday, January 13, 1863 (Certifies poor health of Charles B. Sloan)

+ John. By the grace of God, and the authority of the Holy See, Bishop of Buffalo. To the dearly beloved faithful laity of the diocese, health and benediction ... we beg of you, for Christ's sake, and for the sake of all that you love in heaven

François Gregoire & Co. enamel of America for beautifying and preserving the complexion / printed in oil colors by P.S. Duval & Son Phila.

If you wish perfect health, use the National Bitters

Health to the King and Bismark!! Heil dem Koenig und Bismark!!

U.S. Reports: Insurance Company v. Wilkinson, 80 U.S. (13 Wall.) 222 (1872)

Panic, as a health officer, sweeping the garbage out of Wall Street

A tenement house in Mulberry Street / C.A. Vanderh[..]f. Inspection of fruit in New York markets, by order of the Board of Health / drawn by R. Lewis.

Arkansas. Hot Springs, the popular health resort of the southwest / sketched by James E. Taylor.

U.S. Reports: Insurance Company v. Mahone, 88 U.S. (21 Wall.) 152 (1875)

U.S. Reports: Lyon v. Pollard, 87 U.S. (20 Wall.) 403 (1874)

U.S. Reports: Etna Life Insurance Co. v. France et al., 91 U.S. 510 (1876)

U.S. Reports: Mutual Life Ins. Co. v. Snyder, 93 U.S. 393 (1876)

U.S. Reports: Insurance Co. v. Higginbotham, 95 U.S. 380 (1877)

Sanitary certificate ... After due examination by the Board of Health of the City of Aurora, Indiana, we give it as our opinion that the sanitary condition of [blank] is [blank] satisfactory, and the landing or discharge of [blank] would [blank]

Yellow fever and the national board of health. From the Pensacola Advance, March 10th, 1880. [Pensacola 1880].

Health and Pleasure by the Sea, Coney Island

Gen. U.S. Grant writing his memoirs, Mount McGregor, June 27th, 1885

"Here's a health to the mugwumps, who helped in the strife, and have made this the happiest day of my life!" / F. Opper.

U.S. Reports: Aetna Life Ins. Co. v. Davey, 123 U.S. 739 (1887)

Berkeley Springs, a celebrated and fashionable health resort, county seat of Morgan Co., W.Va.

Notice. Groton Board of health. The attention of the inhabitants of Groton is called to the following regulation. [regarding quarantine of animals] Board of health. Groton, June 28, 1893. Ayer, Mass. Huntley S. Turner, Poster and Job Printer [18

U.S. Reports: In re Buchanan, Petitioner, 158 U.S. 31 (1895)

U.S. Reports: Ingraham v. United States, 155 U.S. 434 (1894)

U.S. Reports: Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway v. Haber, 169 U.S. 613 (1898)

[School children studying anatomy or health, Washington, D.C.]

Babies and child care - doctor examining babies on Recreation Pier, E. 24th St., N.Y.C. - N.Y. Health Board supervising care of babies in hot weather

Public Health and Pathology Bldg., University of Minnesota

Pity the poor millionaire; - a sound stomach is rather to be chosen than great riches / Ehrhart.

Health hike

N.Y. Muni. Lodg. House: Health Inspection

Health hike

Health hike

Doctor's inspection of suspects for skin diseases, etc.

U.S. Reports: Reetz v. Michigan, 188 U.S. 505 (1903)

U.S. Reports: Worden v. California Fig Syrup Company, 187 U.S. 516 (1903)

U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

6 cents a gross. Make regularly from 10 to 12 gross a day. 122 Sullivan St. Mr. Malatesta - Helps because Health too bad work out. Mrs. Malatesta; Frank Malatesta, age 14; John Malatesta, age 11; Lizzie Malatesta, age 4. Boys w[or]k Sat. aft[ernoon] & evenings till 10 or 11. Lizzie separates petals. Location: New York, New York (State)

T. A. Wright, Supt. of the Whitnell [sic?] (N.C.) Cotton Mfg. Co. A typical boss,--except hat he was less gruff and suspicious than most. Began mill work at 10 years old. Been at it 18 years. I asked him if he excepts to send his own children to work in the mill. He smiled grimly, " Not if I keep my health, They're going to get an education." He said parents are responsible for so many children in the mills. Father loafs just as soon as children get old enough to work. Dec. 22, 08. Location: Whitnel, North Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

[Group of federal employees waiting for treatment at the Public Health Service Dispensary #32, which has recently been opened for the exclusive benefit of government workers]

Alice C. Evans, Facter[.] in Dairy Division, Dept. of Agrl. who studes microscopic organisms and their relation to health, flavor and keeping qualities of dairy products

[U.S. Public Health Service building, B St., SE]

[U.S. Public Health Service building, B St., SE]

[Children awaiting health clinic doctor on recreation pier, N.Y.C.]

U.S. Reports: Jacobs v. Beecham, 221 U.S. 263 (1911)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Johnson, 221 U.S. 488 (1911)

2 P.M. Mrs. Katie --- (refused to give their name), 134 1/3 Thompson St., one flight up, front. Making artificial flowers in a crowded and dirty room used as kitchen, bed room, living room, and work room. Mother and family work including 8 and 9 yr. old girls in the photo (who were at home 2 P.M. on a school day) and the little 3 and 4 yr. olds who were helping by separating the petals. See report on schedule. Name is Darelli [or Tarelli?] 3 days after photo was taken the home was sealed up and disinfected by Board of Health for tuberculosis; 14 yr. old boy. Immediately the flower making resumed again. Location: New York, New York (State)

HEISER, VICTOR GEORGE. PHYSICIAN, HYGIENIST, U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH. MEDICAL DIRECTOR, RESERVE CORPS

[HEISER, VICTOR GEORGE. PHYSICIAN, HYGIENIST, U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH. MEDICAL DIRECTOR, RESERVE CORPS]

BLUE, RUPERT. SURGEON GENERAL. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

The Public Health Nurse She answers humanity's call : Your Red Cross membership makes her work possible / / Gordon Grant.

BLUE, RUPERT. SURGEON GENERAL. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

BLUE, RUPERT. SURGEON GENERAL. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

U.S. Reports: Berry v. Davis, 242 U.S. 468 (1917)

U.S. Reports: McNaughton v. Johnson, 242 U.S. 344 (1917)

U.S. Public Health Service (Sesqui ex[?])

The health of the child is the power of the nation Children's year, April 1918 - April 1919 / / F. Luis Mora.

Trudeau Sanitarium, Hachette. One of the children being rebuilt at this place. This little girl, Simone, who came to Trudeau Sanitarium, Hachette, near Paris, from a very bad home and with tubercular tendencies, is now well on her way to perfect health. The manor house of Hachette is an AMERICAN RED CROSS hospital for tubercular women. In the grounds nearby barracks have been built where about 180 children are housed, each for a period of three months or more. They are under-nourished children of tubercular tendencies, many of whom have tubercular parents. They are brought from bad living conditions in the cities and the good nourishment and outdoor life at Hachette go far to establish their health permanently

Treasury department. United States Public health service. Influenza spread by droplets sprayed from nose and throat. Cover each cough and sneeze with handkerchief. Spread by contact. Avoid crowds. If possible, walk to work. Do not spit on floor

What the Navy is doing - Training young Americans Four sure things in the Navy - pay, health, training, travel / / J.C. Leyendecker.

[Public Health Service nurse treating patient]

Health department, District of Columbia. Advice as to the care and patients suffering from influenza and pneumonia and as to the prevention of these diseases ... [Washington, D. C.] Oct. 1, 1918.

You kept fit and defeated the Hun - now set a high standard, a clean America! Stamp out venereal diseases / / E. Fuhr.

All hope for president's returning healthy. Rev. Henry N. Couden, chaplain of the House of Representatives, offering prayer in the House for the speedy recovery of President Wilson

American Red Cross health center Your membership helps to put a health center in your town.

With the American Red Cross Public Health Nurse at the helm of this boat and its happy company is ready to start for the town health center and health. This is only one of the many activities that engage the attention of the Red Cross Nurse whose number will be greatly increased under the Peace Program of the Organization to maintain the strength of which attained during the war the Third Red Cross Roll Call will be held Nov. 2 to 11 with a goal of 20,000,000 members for 1920

With the Red Cross Public Health Nurse at the helm this boat and its happy company is ready to start for the town health center and health. This is only one of many activities that engages the attention of the Red Cross Nurse whose number will be greatly increased under the peace program of the organization, to maintain the strength of which attained during the war the Third Red Cross Roll Call will be held November 2 to 11 with a goal of 20,000,000 members for 1920

The health committee which has been made to feel the responsibility for the health of the school is here being shown just how clean the "wash corner" may be kept. School Nursing

Red Cross Community Nurse and two of her charges. The mothering guardian of the health of babies and other young folks the Red Cross Community Nurse is a factor of growing importance in preserving the health of American cities and towns. Under the Peace Program of the Organization, to back up which a record membership for 1920 will be sought during the Third Red Cross Roll Call, Nov. 2 to 11, the number of these nurses will be greatly increased throughout the country

[President & Mrs. Wilson on first auto ride after his illness]

International Nickel Co. at the National Institute of Health. Gauges and doors, National Institute of Health

International Nickel Co. at the National Institute of Health. Four men near cylinders, National Institute of Health

International Nickel Co. at the National Institute of Health. Ceiling lamps and table I, National Institute of Health

International Nickel Co. at the National Institute of Health. General view of work area, National Institute of Health

Pageant, Central High, 6/18/20

Pageant, Central High, 6/18/20

International Nickel Co. at the National Institute of Health. Medical staff at work III, National Institute of Health

International Nickel Co. at the National Institute of Health. Counters, vats and sink, National Institute of Health