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Lillian Wald's Grandfather, "Favey" Goodman Schwarz, 1938

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Lillian Wald's maternal grandfather, "Favey" Goodman Schwarz in 1938.
Lillian Wald's maternal grandfather, "Favey" Goodman Schwarz in 1938.

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Lillian Wald's Mother, Minnie Schwarz Wald, 1938

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Lillian Wald's mother, Minnie Schwarz Wald, 1938.
Lillian Wald's mother, Minnie Schwarz Wald, 1938.

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Lillian Wald in Mrs. Dilling's "Little Red Book of Radicals"

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Lillian Wald in Mrs. Dilling's "Little Red Book of Radicals", newspaper clipping from Wald's personal papers.
Courtesy of the New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division.
Lillian Wald in Mrs. Dilling's "Little Red Book of Radicals", newspaper clipping from Wald's personal papers.
Courtesy of the New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division.

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Letter from Lillian Wald et al. to the President of the United States, April 16, 1917

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Letter from Lillian Wald et al. to the President of the United States, April 16, 1917.
Courtesy of the New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division
Letter from Lillian Wald et al. to the President of the United States, April 16, 1917.
Courtesy of the New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division

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Putting Bottles into the Annealing Oven, an Indianapolis Glass Works, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1908

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A worker puts bottles into the annealing oven at Indianapolis Glass Works, Indianapolis, Indiana at 1:00am in 1908.
Institution: The National Archives and Records Administration
A worker puts bottles into the annealing oven at Indianapolis Glass Works, Indianapolis, Indiana at 1:00am in 1908.
Institution: The National Archives and Records Administration

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Getting Working Papers. New York, February 10, 1908

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Several children stand next a clerk to get their working papers in New York. An official measures a boy's height. Photograph by Lewis Hine, taken on February 10, 1908, for the National Child Labor Committee.
Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration.
Several children stand next a clerk to get their working papers in New York. An official measures a boy's height. Photograph by Lewis Hine, taken on February 10, 1908, for the National Child Labor Committee.
Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration.

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Lavinia Dock and Others, 1913

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Lavinia Dock (third from left) holding a "Votes for Women" staff, 1913.
Courtesy of the U.S. Library of Congress.
Lavinia Dock (third from left) holding a "Votes for Women" staff, 1913.
Courtesy of the U.S. Library of Congress.

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Lillian Wald Portrait

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Portrait of Lillian Wald.
Courtesy of Henry Street Settlement House
Portrait of Lillian Wald.
Courtesy of Henry Street Settlement House

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Nurses Walking in a Snowstorm

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Nurses had to endure many hardships, like snowstorms, in order to work and reach patients. They worked for the Nurse's Settlement on Henry Street (later the Henry Street Settlement), established in 1895 by Lillian Wald to provide affordable nursing care on the communal level.
Institution: Henry Street Settlement House, New York City
Nurses had to endure many hardships, like snowstorms, in order to work and reach patients. They worked for the Nurse's Settlement on Henry Street (later the Henry Street Settlement), established in 1895 by Lillian Wald to provide affordable nursing care on the communal level.
Institution: Henry Street Settlement House, New York City

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Lillian Wald

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Lillian Wald in evening attire.
Courtesy of the Henry Street Settlement House.
Lillian Wald in evening attire.
Courtesy of the Henry Street Settlement House.

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