Young African-American boy stands facing the camera while standing on a weight measure scale. He is wearing a white gown and has his right hand on the base weight located on a horizontal bar. The device can also measure his height.
View of a double clapboard siding, shake roof house with chimneys on each end which shows a sparsely planted yard with one lone tree devoid of leaves and one small outbuilding in the rear. A ladder can be seen on the roof.
Shows multiple mail boxes attached to a pole on the street with a cola advertisement printed on a concrete block. Several homes appear behind the mail boxes as well as trees that have lost their leaves.
Excerpts from a diary, 1834-1865, and memoir of early life, written by Jesse Cox (1793-1879), a Primitive Baptist minister and resident of Williamson County, Tennessee. He describes the hardships of life as an itinerant preacher, some religious...
Posters; Health education; Health care; Vaccinations; School children; Hygiene; Preventive medicine; Children
Poster entitled "Has Your Child Won a Decoration in the Army of Health?" used in a health center advocating vaccinations and general good health of children aged 2 to 6 years. A boy and girl standing in profile are pictured.
Nutrition; Education; Health; Food; Children; School children; Classrooms; Teachers
A young girl learns the basics of a healthy breakfast with the help of a teacher. The blackboard reads, ""Menu for breakfast, Oatmeal and cream, Egg on toast, Milk, Baked apple."" The young girl is wearing a dress but no shoes.