286:
National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness
Date:
Circa 1925
Pages: (1|2|3)
Source:
American Philosophical Society, ERO, MSC77,SerX,Box3: Harry H. Laughlin
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National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness

National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness 130 East Twenty-Second Street New York Organized January 1915 For the Conservation of Vision! Purpose: To serve as a bureau of information and an agency of helpfulness to all who are interested in the movement to prevent needless blindness and conserve vision. Enrolls as active members and supporters both physicians and laymen - all persons wishing to promote the public welfare and desirous of contributing to the sum of human happiness. Half of all Blindness can be Prevented

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