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Tuberculosis camp, Ills [Illinois]
Washington County Old Men's Home, White Building No. 2, 2198 North Main Street, Arden, Washington County, PA

Washington County Old Men's Home, White Building No. 2, 2198 North Mai...

Significance: Located on the same parcel as Main Building (HABS No. PA-5585-B), a contributing structure and an example of Eastern Stick style architecture. This structure was constructed ca. 1900 and was used ... More

Sea Breeze Hospital, Sea Gate, Coney Island, New York--Tuberculous children on the beach

Sea Breeze Hospital, Sea Gate, Coney Island, New York--Tuberculous chi...

No. 47. Goldsberry Collection of open-air school photographs.

Tuberculosis camp, Illinois
Tuberculosis camp, Illinois
[Tubercular child seated on bed, outdoors, at Sea Breeze Hospital, Coney Island, New York]

[Tubercular child seated on bed, outdoors, at Sea Breeze Hospital, Con...

Goldsberry Collection of open-air school photographs.

The old Frank property, afterward used by Dr. Srotheral (?) as a tuberculosis hospital
The old Frank property, afterward used by Dr. Srotheral (?) as a tuberculosis hospital
Receiving room of tuberculosis clinic, Schenectady, N.Y.

Receiving room of tuberculosis clinic, Schenectady, N.Y.

Nurse and young man seated at desk. H116372 U.S. Copyright Office Photo copyrighted by C.R. Fuller. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: NY Schenectady; Diseases T... More

Quarantine proclamation prohibiting the importation into Ohio of cattle affected with tuberculosis. Effective March 23, 1909 ... Done at Columbus, Ohio, on the twenty-third day of March, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and nin

Quarantine proclamation prohibiting the importation into Ohio of cattl...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 138, Folder 22.

Tuberculosis camp, Ill[inoi]s

Tuberculosis camp, Ill[inoi]s

Man, with blanket over lap, seated in front of small building, Ottawa, Illinois. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).

Consumptives playing dominoes aboard "Susquehanna", ferryboat used for tuberculosis camp
Holy trinity / Art Young.

Holy trinity / Art Young.

Illustration shows a priest standing at the pulpit in a cathedral, preaching from the "Holy Ledger"; beneath his feet is a cut-away of an area labeled "Rentals" and revealing bags of money above the phrase "The... More

Ferryboat, used as a tuberculosis camp, exterior
Child consumptives seated in a circle aboard "Susquehanna", ferryboat used a a tuberculosis camp
Consumptives dining on ferryboat, which is used as a tuberculosis camp
Tuberculosis camp
Sun parlor in tubercular hospital

Sun parlor in tubercular hospital

Photograph shows hospital ward with soldiers lying in beds; in background a nurse and possibly a doctor are seen.

Sarah Saneri, (on the left end) 11 years old last summer. Worked stringing beans and husking corn in sheds at Albion. Her principal said she has tuberculosis. Lost 11 weeks school time, is a repeater. School #2. Lucy Martina, 16 years old last summer. Worked on tomatoes and apples in factory at Wilson, N.Y. Lost 12 weeks schooling. Is a repeater. Carmelo Castanzo, 12 years old last summer. Dropped cans on apple machine in factory at Wilson, N.Y. Lost 12 weeks schooling. Josephine Guercio, 11 years old last summer. Worked on tomatoes, peaches, apples, pears and plums in factory. Made $1.00 to $1.50 a day. Lost 13 weeks school. Is a repeater.  Buffalo, New York (State)
Eva Boylan (14 years old) Amsterdam Ave. Parents are dead. Eva is supported by an older half sister, who had tuberculosis 3 years ago, but is now cured and working in a pickle factory at 4' a week, has carfare and lunches to pay out of this and board for both of them. Scholarship holder,.  Location: New York, New York (State)
Tuberculosis camp
[Government Hospital for the Insane (Saint Elizabeths Hospital), Washington, D.C. Tuberculosis cottage. Floor plan]

[Government Hospital for the Insane (Saint Elizabeths Hospital), Washi...

Title devised by Library staff. Tuberculosis Cottage - Govt. Hospital for the Insane (title in pencil). No. 119 in pencil on back ; No. 751 in pencil on back ; T.B. in pencil on back. No. 2182. Gift ; American ... More

2 P.M. Mrs. Katie --- (refused to give their name), 134 13 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)

2 P.M. Mrs. Katie --- (refused to give their name), 134 13 Thompson St...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Tenement homework. Hine no. 2778-A. Caption card consists of typed information, with handwritten notation on verso beginning with... More

Mrs. Helems, Leeds, Mass., putting bristles into tooth brushes in an untidy kitchen. She makes about $4.65 a week usually. The sanitary conditions in most of these homes are pretty good, but some times filthy rooms are found and often tuberculosis with the work still going on. The company really seems to be trying to reduce the amount of home work. See also home work report.  Location: Leeds, Massachusetts.
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)
Government Hospital for the Insane (Saint Elizabeths Hospital), Washington, D.C. Tuberculosis Cottages (i.e., sanatorium dormitories). Elevations and plans

Government Hospital for the Insane (Saint Elizabeths Hospital), Washin...

Original architectural drawing showing tuberculosis care facility at Saint Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, D.C. Title devised by Library staff. Date from item. Sheet no. 1. No. 108 in pencil on back. Gift ; ... More

Ambulant exhibit in Department of Eure and Loire, Prevention of Tuberculosis, Infant Mortality, City of Dreux. Under the auspices of Educational Department of Commission for Prevention of Tuberculosis in France (Rockefeller Foundation) and Children's Bureau of American Red Cross. Outside the big exposition room and crowd waiting for the doors to open

Ambulant exhibit in Department of Eure and Loire, Prevention of Tuberc...

Cliche envoye le 29 Juin 18/au Secretaire General. Title and notes from Red Cross caption card. Group title: Tuberculosis work. On caption card: Reproduction, Plate to Secretary General. Print in album. Date ba... More

The Exposition arrives at Dreux. A large sign on its cover reads "Traveling Exposition, to fight tuberculosis and lower the baby death-rate. American Red Cross Children's Bureau Campaign against tuberculosis"

The Exposition arrives at Dreux. A large sign on its cover reads "Trav...

This expedition, of which there are several others of the same sort, constantly traveling in France, arouses the greatest interest of the people wherever it goes. Title and notes from Red Cross caption card. Gr... More

Rose Winslow of New York; daughter of Polish miner and steel worker in Pennsylvania.  She worked in textile mills from the age of eleven to nineteen, until tuberculosis forced her to cease work altogether for two years.  She has done factory inspection and trade union organization for women in the Consumers' League and Women's Trade Union League. Spent last three years, when able to work, campaigning for women suffrage.  Took part in anti-Democratic campaign of California with Lucy Burns.  Spokeswoman in working women's deputation to President Wilson, February, 1914.

Rose Winslow of New York; daughter of Polish miner and steel worker in...

Title transcribed from item. Summary: Half-length portrait of Rose Winslow (born Ruza Wenclawska, Poland], wearing dark jumper and white blouse, with dark tam. Cropped version of the photograph published in The... More

Les blessés de la tuberculose: Comité Central d'Assistance aux Militaires Tuberculeux

Les blessés de la tuberculose: Comité Central d'Assistance aux Militai...

Nurse bringing a bowl to a sick man lying on a chaise lounge. Translation of title: Those stricken with tuberculosis: Comité Central d'Assistance aux Militaires Tuberculeux. Signed: Roll. Promotional goal: Fr. ... More

Journé Nationale des Tuberculeux. Anciens Militaires

Journé Nationale des Tuberculeux. Anciens Militaires

A soldier holding a cane. In background are flowering trees. Translation of title: National Tuberculosis Day. Veterans. Signed: Lévy-Dhurmer. Another issue: Design printed in reverse (soldier on the left) (POS... More

Journé Nationale des Tuberculeux. Anciens Militaires

Journé Nationale des Tuberculeux. Anciens Militaires

A soldier holding a cane. In background are flowering trees. Translation of title: National Tuberculosis Day. Veterans. Signed: Lévy-Dhurmer. Another issue: Design printed in reverse (soldier on the right (POS... More

Harry Katz, 67 Allen St. Healed T.B. hip. Avoid continuous standing. Use a crutch for support, otherwise boy will work in constant pain. Support to rest ? shorter limb advisable. Need for advice of examining physician. See 4660-4662 inc.?. Location: Boston, Massachusetts Lewis W. Hine

Harry Katz, 67 Allen St. Healed T.B. hip. Avoid continuous standing. U...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Miscellaneous. Hine no. 4659. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. General information about the ... More

La visiteuse d'hygiéne vous montrera le chemin de la santé. Elle mène une croisade contre la tuberculose et la mortalité infantile. Soutenez-la!

La visiteuse d'hygiéne vous montrera le chemin de la santé. Elle mène ...

A woman holding the symbol of the youth of France, a naked child, who is wearing a Phrygian cap. Translation of title: The health inspector will show you the road to health. She is leading a crusade against tu... More

Harry Katz, 67 Allen St. Healed T.B. hip. Avoid continuous standing. Use a crutch for support, otherwise boy will work in constant pain. Support to rest [?] shorter limb advisable. Need for advice of examining physician. See 4660-4662 inc.[?].  Location: Boston, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.
Achetez le timbre antituberculeux

Achetez le timbre antituberculeux

A nurse watching children playing outdoors. Translation of title: Buy the tuberculosis stamp. Signed: Vilá. Promotional goal: Fr. G32. 1917. Item is no. 215 in a printed checklist available in the Library of C... More

[Favorable working position for this kind of physical defect. Foot properly supported. Care should be taken to have chair properly adjusted to height of desk or bench. Need for advice of examining physician. See 4659, 4660 + 4662.]  Location: [Boston, Massachusetts] / Lewis W. Hine.
Unfavorable working position standing. No support for the shorter limb. Boy obliged to lean against the wall for support. Body not properly balanced. It continued to do standing work without support of crutch, hip would cause boy constant pain. Need for advice of examining physician. Lewis W. Hine. See 4659, 4661, & 4662.  Location: Boston, Massachusetts.
Favorable working position for this kind of physical defect. Foot properly supported. Care should be taken to have chair properly adjusted to height of desk or bench. Need for advice of examining physician. See 4659, 4660 + 4662. Location: Boston, Massachusetts Lewis W. Hine

Favorable working position for this kind of physical defect. Foot prop...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Miscellaneous. Hine no. 4661. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. General information about the ... More

Journée nationale des tuberculeux. Anciens militares. Sauvons-les

Journée nationale des tuberculeux. Anciens militares. Sauvons-les

An ill soldier sitting by the sea. A special national day for the benefit of veterans who were suffering from tuberculosis. Translation of title: National day to benefit consumptive soldiers. Let us save them.... More

Unfavorable working position standing. No support for the shorter limb. Boy obliged to lean against the wall for support. Body not properly balanced. It continued to do standing work without support of crutch, hip would cause boy constant pain. Need for advice of examining physician. Lewis W. Hine. See 4659, 4661, & 4662. Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Unfavorable working position standing. No support for the shorter limb...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Miscellaneous. Hine no. 4660. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs... More

Favorable working position for this kind of physical defect. Foot properly supported. Care should be taken to have chair properly adjusted to height of desk or bench. Need for advice of examining physician. See 4659, 4660 + 4662.  Location: Boston, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.
Bligny Sanatorium for Tuberculosis completed by Bureau of Tuberculosis, American Military Camp

Bligny Sanatorium for Tuberculosis completed by Bureau of Tuberculosis...

Title and note information from Red Cross caption card. Group Title: France, Hospital (Tuberculosis) On caption card: (270) Data: H.E. 50738. Date based on date of negatives in same range. Gift; American Nation... More

Un grand fléau la tuberculose

Un grand fléau la tuberculose

A street scene from an impoverished area. The Grim Reaper is looming in the background.

Il faut vaincre la tuberculose comme le plus malfaisant des reptiles

Il faut vaincre la tuberculose comme le plus malfaisant des reptiles

A hand squeezing the throat of a snake. The snake is dripping venom. Translation of title: We must conquer tuberculosis like the most wretched of reptiles. Signed: Géo Dorival, 18//G. Capon. Designed in appa... More

Trudeau Sanitarium, Hachette. Pierrot (having shoe put on) is being greatly benefitted by the life here, but his father is so homesick for him that he has sent to have Pierre sent back to him. Mother died of tuberculosis. Pierre, who is sitting on the edge of the sand box, loves the life at Trudeau Sanitarium, but since his mother died of tuberculosis his father misses him so much he has sent for Pierre to come home. Picture taken at Trudeau Sanitorium, Hachette, near Paris. 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

Trudeau Sanitarium, Hachette. Pierrot (having shoe put on) is being gr...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: Hine. Group title: Tuberculosis work. Gift; American National Red Cross 1944 and ... More

L'autre péril. Ne nous endormons pas sur nos lauriers, la tuberculose nous menace, il faut la vaincre

L'autre péril. Ne nous endormons pas sur nos lauriers, la tuberculose ...

A hand is holding a thread that is tied to a knife labeled 'La Tuberculose' suspended over laurel branches. The epidemic of tuberculosis was particularly severe in France and, although it began to decline short... More

Laennec Hospital. Barrackments for Tuberculosis. A group of reforms and tuberculous patients playing croquet. The game was offered by the Bureau of Tuberculosis of the ARC. In the background is the small solarium offered and furnished by the Bureau of Tuberculosis

Laennec Hospital. Barrackments for Tuberculosis. A group of reforms an...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: Mme. De Mouclos, 29 Mai 18. Group title: Tuberculosis work. Plate in file. Gift; ... More

State Tuberculosis Sanitarium, Terra Alta, W. Va., 1918
Laennec Hospital. Barackments for tuberculosis. A group of reformes and tuberculous patients playing croquet. The game was offered by the ARC. In the background is the small solarium offered and furnished by the Bureau of Tuberculosis

Laennec Hospital. Barackments for tuberculosis. A group of reformes an...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: ARC Commission to France. Group Title: France, Tuberculosis, Hospital. On caption... More

Open air schools and tuberculosis

Open air schools and tuberculosis

Print shows a child reading on a rooftop. Title from item. Part of a set of posters for a Modern Health Crusade exhibit that were available for purchase from the National Child Welfare Association. (Source: Nat... More

The tuberculosis family

The tuberculosis family

Print shows a woman holding a baby next to an open window. Title from item. Part of a set of posters for a Modern Health Crusade exhibit that were available for purchase from the National Child Welfare Associat... More

Food and tuberculosis

Food and tuberculosis

Print shows a girl with a slice of bread illustrating that a healthy diet keeps tuberculosis away. Title from item. Part of a set of posters for a Modern Health Crusade exhibit that were available for purchase ... More

Fighting tuberculosis in the school

Fighting tuberculosis in the school

Print shows a doctor examining a boy. Title from item. Part of a set of posters for a Modern Health Crusade exhibit that were available for purchase from the National Child Welfare Association. (Source: Nationa... More

Tuberculosis and childhood

Tuberculosis and childhood

Print shows the symbol Columbia with children.

Tuberculosis is a "house disease"

Tuberculosis is a "house disease"

Print shows a Native American man in a canoe.

Posture and tuberculosis

Posture and tuberculosis

Print shows a boy defending himself against an ogre with a club labeled "tuberculosis" illustrating that good posture keeps the disease away. Title from item. Part of a set of posters for a Modern Health Crusad... More

Outdoor play and tuberculosis

Outdoor play and tuberculosis

Print shows a girl sitting by a window watching children playing outdoors. Title from item. Part of a set of posters for a Modern Health Crusade exhibit that were available for purchase from the National Child ... More

Referral note from Dr. T.B. Haddad to Bertha Vester asking help for impoverished female with tuberculosis
Babe Ruth selling Tubercular Christmans Seals in the lobby of Keiths Theater, Washington, D.C., where he is appearing this week
As Honorary Vice President of the National Tuberculosis Assn., President Harding presented to Dr. Frank Ballou, Supt. of Schools, the cup offered for the schools having the largest enrollment based on population

As Honorary Vice President of the National Tuberculosis Assn., Preside...

Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. In album: Warren G. Harding, v. 2, Herbert E. French, National Photo Company. National Photo Company Collection (Library of Congress). No. 160... More

Little Adrienne Mayer pins the health ribbon on General [John J.] Pershing and sells him his Tuberculosis Christmas Seals
Ethel Barrymore acts as saleslady at the Christmas Seal booth in Washington, D.C. With Miss Barrymore are Miss Carlia(?) Campbell and Mrs. Sidney Thomas, leaders in last years sales campaign
Woodrow Wilson stops on his daily drive to purchase Tuberculosis Seals from Sylvia Suter, a little Health Crusader

Woodrow Wilson stops on his daily drive to purchase Tuberculosis Seals...

Girl standing on running board of Wilson's car, with Wilson seated in back. No. 27819. Photographic print by National Photo Co. Photograph of a composite photograph.

Tuberculosis Death Rate, United States
Pres. Coolidge buys tuberculosis seals, 12/1/24
Tuberculosis Ass'n, Occupational Therapy class 12/2/24
Tuberculosis Ass'n, Nutrition class 12/2/24
Pres. Coolidge buys tuberculosis seals, 12/1/24
Exhibit: Washington Tuberculosis Association
[Group, National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis with Grace Coolidge at White House, Washington, D.C.]
Vice President-elect Curtis receives supply of Christmas seals. The two little Health Crusaders Rosamond and Jacquelyn Krah, called at the Capitol today and delivered a supply of Tuberculosis Christmas Seals to Vice President-elect Charles Curtis
Mrs. Coolidge is presented with original ship model for the 1928 Xmas seals. The original ship model for the 1928 Christmas seals being presented to Mrs. Calvin Coolidge at the White House today by Dr. Kendall Emerson, managinng director of the National Tuberculosis Association. Little Health Crusader Jacquelyn Krah (also shown in the picture) presented Mrs. Coolidge with a supply of Christmas Seals. Others in the photograph are Dr. H.E. Kleinschmidt; Dr. George Kober, president of the Washington Tuberculosis Association; and Mrs. Ernest R. Grant
Mrs. Hoover buying tuberculosis seals, 12/17/29
Mrs. Hoover buying tuberculosis seals, 12/17/29
President Hoover buys his supply of Xmas seals from youthful health crusader. Little Jacqueline Krah, health crusader, called at the White House today and sold President Hoover a supply of Christmas Seals. The seals are sold annually by the Tuberculosis Association to aid youthful tubercular patients
Santa Claus and health crusader call at Capitol to sell Christmas seals. Vice President Curtis and Senator Arthur Capper of Kansas, buying a supply of Tuberculosis Christmas seals from little Nancy Leech, child health crusader, at the Capitol today
Washington Tuberculosis
Glen Lake Sanatorium, West Cottage, County Road 4 at County Road 67, Minnetonka, Hennepin County, MN

Glen Lake Sanatorium, West Cottage, County Road 4 at County Road 67, M...

Significance: This building was opened in 1917, with a capacity of 50 patients. This increased the total for the facility to 100. After the east and west wings were constructed in 1924, West Cottage was used ... More

Glen Lake Sanatorium, Service Building, County Road 4 at County Road 67, Minnetonka, Hennepin County, MN

Glen Lake Sanatorium, Service Building, County Road 4 at County Road 6...

Significance: This was one of the original buildings of the facility. This building was the Administration Building until 1924, when the Infirmary Building, built in 1921, took over that function. The former ... More

PRESIDENT GIVEN RARE COLLECTION OF CHRISTMAS SEALS. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, LONG CONSIDERED AN ENTHUSIASTIC COLLECTOR OF STAMPS, IS PRESENTED WITH A RARE COLLECTION OF CHRISTMAS SEALS BY A COMMITTEE REPRESENTING THE NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION. THE COLLLECTION CONSISTS OF SAMPLES OF ALL SEALS, IN BLOCKS OF FOUR, SOLD ANNUALLY BY THE 2084 AFFILIATED TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION. FROM THE LEFT: DR. WILLIAM CHARLES WHITE, PRESIDENT OF THE D.C. TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION; DORSEY F. WHELESS, PHILATELIC EXPERT OF BROOKLYN, NY WHO ASSEMBLED THE COLLECTION; MRS. ERNEST R. GRANT, CHAIRMAN OF THE CHILDREN'S SANATORIUM COMMITTEE; AND DR. KENDALL EMERSON, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION
Glen Lake Sanatorium, Education Wing, County Road 4 at County Road 67, Minnetonka, Hennepin County, MN

Glen Lake Sanatorium, Education Wing, County Road 4 at County Road 67,...

Significance: This building, the final one constructed at Glen Lake, was erected in 1931 as the Vocational Building. It was built by the Citizens' Aid Society in memory of Henry Hall Christian to house laborat... More

FIRST LADY OPENS CHRISTMAS SEAL DRIVE. THE NATION WIDE DRIVE FOR FUNDS WITH WHICH TO FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS IS OPENED BY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AS SHE PURCHASES THE FIRST 1933 CHRISTMAS SEAL FROM MISS FLORENCE GWIN, DAUGHTER OF MR. AND MRS. J. BLAINE GWIN OF WASHINGTON. THE CHRISTMAS SEALS WILL BE ON SALE FROM THANKSGIVING UNTIL CHRISTMAS DAY
Tuberculosis battle map, Wash. D.C. Miss Mildred Showalter of Washington, dressed as the Spirit of the Double-barred cross of the anti- tuberculosis movement throughout the world, points to various battlefronts throughout the world where the fight is being carried on against the "White Plague." On Nov. 26, ambassadors from various countries will give radio reports on progress of their countries and officially launch this [...] campaign in the United States, 11/25/35
Children of Oklahoma drought refugees on highway near Bakersfield, California. Family of six; no shelter, no food, no money and almost no gasoline. The child has bone tuberculosis
Family of Resettlement Administration workers whose land, near Rensselaer, New York, has been optioned for wildlife area. The mother is pregnant and suffering from tuberculosis. Albany County, New York
Migrant family from Oklahoma in Texas. A family of six alongside the road. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA  (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture, took to the road a year ago and when the photographs were made they were found to be without money, shelter, and without food for the four children
Oklahoma migrant, Texas. An example of how they fall between the relief agencies. The father, aged thirty-five, is an intelligent fellow, a painter by trade. Advanced tuberculosis, victim of an occupational disease. Ineligible for WPA (Works Progress Administration), rated as totally disabled. As a state charge under Oklahoma relief standards, the family were told the maximum relief would be seven dollars every two weeks. They lost their home, their furniture,
Good grades and good health go together City of Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium :PGet your test now.

Good grades and good health go together City of Chicago Municipal Tube...

City of Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium poster promoting tuberculosis testing and that good grades and good health compliment each other, showing a girl roller skating. Date stamped on verso: Jan 13 1... More

March on to health Get your test now : City of Chicago Municipal Tuburculosis Sanitarium.

March on to health Get your test now : City of Chicago Municipal Tubur...

Poster showing boys and girls marching. Date stamped on verso: Jan 13 1939. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).

Make your health points--get your test now / Kreger.

Make your health points--get your test now / Kreger.

City of Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium poster promoting testing for tuberculosis and showing two girls playing basketball, shooting at hoop "good health." Date stamped on verso: Apr 24 1939. Work Pro... More

Keep fit ... get your test now / Kreger.

Keep fit ... get your test now / Kreger.

City of Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium poster promoting testing for tuberculosis and showing two athletes hurdling barriers "malnutrition" and "heart disease" and a third athlete stumbling over the b... More

Tuberculosis Don't kiss me! : Your kiss of affection - the germ of infection / / JD.

Tuberculosis Don't kiss me! : Your kiss of affection - the germ of inf...

Poster about tuberculosis in children and methods of transmission, showing a child wearing a bib. Town of Hempstead, W.H. Runcie M.D. Health Officer. Date stamped on verso: May 14 1941. Work Projects Administra... More

Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. The x-ray plate is contained in the apparatus in front of the girl. The apparatus in the foreground contains an x-ray tube
Mexican with advanced case of tuberculosis. He was in bed at home with other members of the family sleeping and living in the same room. Crystal City, Texas
Surgical hospital building, State Tuberculosis Sanatarium, Hopemont, Preston County, West Virginia

Surgical hospital building, State Tuberculosis Sanatarium, Hopemont, P...

Photograph shows rear view of exterior of the surgical hospital building at the State Tuberculosis Sanatarium, showing the circular wheelchair ramp, in Hopemont, Preston County, West Virginia. Illus. in: Survey... More

Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger, used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. X-ray operator with an electrical tube in use. This room is lined with lead and the operator looks through the glass into the room where the patient is
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. X-ray photograph of active tuberculosis condition
Mexican with advanced tuberculosis near Crystal City, Texas
Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. The x-ray plate is contained in the apparatus in front of the girl. The apparatus in the foreground contains an x-ray tube
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