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Three women sits and talk. One has a crutch and braces. Another has a cane.
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Title: Mental Readjustment
From: Report For 1942, Goodwill Industries
Original caption: Mental readjustment is important in the Goodwill program. Recreational facilities contribute to the social poise so essential in rehabilitation.
Creator: n/a
Date: 1942
Format: Photograph
Source: Goodwill Industries International, Inc., Archives, Robert E. Watkins Library
Location: p.5, top
Keywords: Assistive Technology; Braces; Cane; Charity; Crutch; Economics; Employment; Goodwill Industries; Identity; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Leisure; Physical Disability; Service Organizations; Social Welfare & Communities; Vocational Rehabilitation; Work; WWII
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy

Objects From This Artifact:
- Cabinet Maker William Steiner (still)
- Collection Report (doc)
- Contributions And Types Of Raw Material (still)
- Distribution Of Operating Expense (still)
- Divisional Distribution Of Operating Expense (doc)
- Divisional Distributuion Of Operating Expenses (still)
- Dr. Edgar J. Helms, 1843-1942 (still)
- Mental Readjustment (still)
- Operating Income And Expense (doc)
- Peggy Harper (still)
- Rebuilding Furniture (still)
- Report For 1942, Goodwill Industries (doc)
- Self-Help, Employment, Training, And Rehabilitation (still)
- Service Record (doc)
- Sources Of Operating Funding (still)
- Summary Of Assets And Liabilities (doc)
- The American Way (still)
- Types Of Handicaps Represented By Workers (still)
- Welder Kenneth Jackson (still)