Mulberry Health Center Album -- Doctor Examining Boy
#4400 From: Mulberry Health Center Album Unknown Photographer In "Last Year's Work and This Year's Challenge", the 76th Annual Report of the AICP, 1918-1919, p. 9, bottom (cropped on right to doctor's elbow). Caption: Nursing Department. The very best of medical and nursing attention is given to the child who in the mother [sic] words, "just stays puny no matter how hard I try to do for it." In AIC P pamphlet "Developing Child Health via Community Organization," c1919, p. 12. Caption: A thorough medical examination determines the exact ailments of the child and indicates to the nurse the course of treatment required. In "A.I.C.P. 1921", the 78th Annual Report of AICP, 1920-21, p. 12 (towel added). Caption: HEALTH CLINIC. Through its Health Clinics the A.I.C.P. endeavors to give to every child a clean bill of health with which to start life. Frequent examinations by the doctor, watchful care by the dietitian, and constant supervision by the nurse are all a part of our campaign for health.