Mulberry Health Center Album -- Dental Hygienists with Children
#3100 Gertrude A. Brugman? From: Mulberry Health Center Album (With notation: AICP Dental Clinic at St. Patrick's Parochial School.) In "A.I.C.P. 1922", 79th Annual Report (1921-1922), p. 12 top. Caption: That the teeth hold the key to health to a great extent is becoming more and more recognized each year. These children are being taught by a competent dental staff the proper care of teeth and a d iploma is given to reward those who comply with the rules for six months. In "The A.I.C.P. Eighty-Second Annual Report, 1924-1925, p. 12 bottom. Caption: Dental hygienists who clean, teach and prevent. Note: St. Patrick's Parochial School is on the south side of Prince Street between Mott and Mulberry. Also note the spittoons attached to the dental chairs.
Women; School buildings; Interior architecture; Dental public health; Dental instruments and apparatus; Dental hygienists; Dental clinics; Children--Health and hygiene; Children; New York (N.Y.); Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.); St. Patrick's Old Cathedral School (New York, N.Y.); New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor; Mulberry Health Center (New York, N.Y.)
Attributed to Gertrude A. Brugman. Same girls as depicted in images nos. 0289 and no. 0290 of this digital collection.
Annotation on back: From: Mulberry Health Center Album AICP Dental Clinics at St. Patrick's Parochial School