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Exhibit poster showing two scenes in which men with partial arm amputations are taught welding.
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Title: Future Ship Workers, A One-armed Welder
From: Exhibit Of The Red Cross Institute For Crippled And Disabled Men And The Red Cross Institute For The Blind
Original caption: Disabled men are taught oxy-acetylene welding in the Red Cross Institute for Crippled and Disabled Men, New York City.

His good arm enables him to handle the torch as effectively as two-armed workmen.
Creator: n/a
Date: 1919
Format: Poster
Source: Library of Congress
Control no.: POS - WWI - US, no. 32 (C size) [P&P]
Keywords: American Red Cross; Amputees; Assistive Technology; Economics; Employment; Industry; Labor; Labor & Commerce; New York City, NY; Physical Disability; Prosthesis; Publicity; Service Organizations; Veterans; Veterans & Military; Vocational Rehabilitation; War; Work; WWI
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations

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- Back Home (still)
- Facts Of Interest To The Disabled Soldier Or Sailor (still)
- First Steps To Usefulness (still)
- Future Members Of The Fourth Estate (still)
- Future Ship Workers, A One-armed Welder (still)
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- In France, Two Popular Trades Taught Disabled Soldiers Are Cabinet-making And Tailoring (still)
- Learning To Walk For The Second Time (still)
- No Longer Out Of A Job (still)
- Reading And Writing Are Not Lost Arts To Blinded Men (still)
- The Disabled Man Who Is Profitably Employed Is No Longer Handicapped (still)
- The Lure Of The Movies (still)
- What Can The Blinded Man Do In The World Of Commerce And Industry (still)
- With Compass And T-square (still)