Library Collections: Visual Still: Item Description

Drawings of about 25 physically disabled people, many with primitive crutches.
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Title: A Procession Of Cripples
From: The Disabled Soldier
Original caption: A Procession of Cripples, by Jerome Bosch, a fifteenth century painter who had a predilection for taking cripples as his subjects
Creator: n/a
Date: 1919
Format: Book
Publisher: The Macmillan Company, New York
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: p.22
Keywords: American Red Cross; Art; Assistive Technology; Cane; Cripple; Crutch; Douglas C. McMurtrie; Physical Disability; Policy; Rehabilitation; The Arts; Veterans; Vocational Rehabilitation; War; WWI
Topics: Mass Media, Culture & The Arts

Objects From This Artifact:
- A "Working Arm" In Lieu Of Nature's Own (still)
- A Busy Workshop (still)
- A Cheerful Pupil (still)
- American Boys "Carry On" (still)
- A Motion Picture Operator In The Making (still)
- An Early Start (still)
- A New Way To Sharpen A Scythe (still)
- A Procession Of Cripples (still)
- At Work Again -- With Four Artificial Limbs (still)
- A Wage-Earner Once More (still)
- Back At His Old Job (still)
- Back To The Soil (still)
- Business As Usual (still)
- Goldsmith And The Disabled Sailor (still)
- Home Again (still)
- Improving The Mind (still)
- India's Men Go To School (still)
- Learning to Walk For The Second Time (still)
- New Tools For A New Trade (still)
- Poultry Raising For The Blind (still)
- Still In The National Service (still)
- Surmounting A Double Handicap (still)
- The Disabled Soldier (doc)
- The Enemy Conserves Man-Power (still)
- The Future Shipworker (still)
- Where There's A Will (still)