Women--Health and hygiene; Women; Pregnancy; Office furniture; Office equipment and supplies; Nurses; Men; Maternal health services; African Americans; African American women; New York (N.Y.); Boone, Louise
From Moton Health Center Album (about 1944) At that time segregated. Mrs. Louise Boone is the Public Health Nurse - later Supervisor, CSS East Harlem Health Service.
Annotation on back: Moton Health Center #55
FAMILY HEALTH SERVICE Presenting Problem: Maternity REPORTING THE PREGNANCY TO THE NURSE Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, having heard about the nursing service from a friend, visited the nurse in her office to tell her that a new baby is on the way. The nurse d iscovers that the Jacksons wish to plan with her forma home delivery. She conducts an admitting interview, during which she learns the Jackson's address, gets sufficient identifying information to clear the case with Social Service Exchange, and makes and appointment to visit the family in their home.