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Lillian Wald, 1867 - 1940

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A Henry Street Classroom Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library image/jpeg
A Nurse Visiting a Tenement image/jpeg
A Pioneer Among Settlement Workers Is Miss Wald image/jpeg
A Public Health Flyer from the Child Health Organization of America Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library image/jpeg
A Red Cross Public Health Nurse Poses with her Model T Ford before Setting Out on Her Rounds The American Red Cross, National Headquarters image/jpeg
A Stern Task For Stern Women - Handbill Drawn-up to Garner Support for a Community Response to the Influenza Epidemic New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division image/jpeg
A Visiting Nurse on Call The Visiting Nurse Service of New York image/jpeg
At Ellis Island image/jpeg
Backyard of a Henry Street Branch image/jpeg
Children Playing on Henry Street's Roof image/jpeg
Commemorative Medal image/jpeg
Figures in Big Labor Meet: Miss Lillian D. Wald, Suffrage Leader. Newspaper Clipping, Tuesday, October 7 New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division image/jpeg
Getting working papers. New York The National Archives and Records Administration image/jpeg
Good Metal In Our Melting Pot, Says Miss Wald image/jpeg
Governor 'Al' Aids Henry Street Settlement Opening, article from The American Pictorial: A Paper for People Who Think New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division image/jpeg
Greel's Shoe-Shining Parlor. Said he was 15 years old. Works some nights until 11 P.M. Indianapolis, Ind. The National Archives and Records Administration image/jpeg
Henry Street Celebrating its 20th Birthday image/jpeg
Henry Street Logo image/jpeg
Henry Street Modern Logo Henry Street Settlement House image/jpeg
Henry Street Settlement House's Doorway image/jpeg
Henry Street Sidewalks image/jpeg
Henry Street's Backyard: The 'Bunker Hill' of Playgrounds image/jpeg
Hot Streets and Stifling Tenements Make Helpless Children Suffer - Henry Street Fundraising Flyer Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library image/jpeg
Lavinia Dock (third from left) holding a "Votes for Women" staff The Library of Congress - Manuscripts Division image/jpeg
Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald The Emma Goldman Papers image/jpeg
Letter from Lillian Wald et al. to the President of the United States - Washington D.C., April 16 New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division image/jpeg
Letter to Emma Goldman from Lillian Wald - December 5 The Emma Goldman Papers image/jpeg
Letter to the Members of the House of Representatives from Lillian Wald, Chair of the American Union Against Militarism Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library image/jpeg
Lillian Wald The Visiting Nurse Service of New York image/jpeg
Lillian Wald at her House on the Pond in Westport, Connecticut image/jpeg
Lillian Wald at the Height of her Career The Visiting Nurse Service of New York image/jpeg
Lillian Wald cited in Mrs. Dilling's "Little Red Book of Radicals" - Newspaper Clipping from Wald's Personal Papers New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division image/jpeg
Lillian Wald in Evening Attire Henry Street Settlement House image/jpeg
Lillian Wald in Nurse's Uniform The Visiting Nurse Service of New York image/jpeg
Lillian Wald's Father, Max D. Wald image/jpeg
Lillian Wald's Friend and Colleague, Mary Brewster image/jpeg
Lillian Wald's Maternal Grandfather, "Favey" Goodman Schwarz image/jpeg
Lillian Wald's Mother, Minnie Schwarz Wald image/jpeg
New Buildings for the Citizens Club of Henry Street image/jpeg
News-Sheet of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Geneva, Switzerland New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division image/jpeg
Nurses in a Row The Visiting Nurse Service of New York image/jpeg
Nurses Trek Through the Snow Henry Street Settlement House image/jpeg
Portrait of Lillian Wald Henry Street Settlement House image/jpeg
Promotional Flier for Visiting Nurse Service Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University image/jpeg
Putting bottles into the Annealing Oven. 1 A.M. Indianapolis, Ind. The National Archives and Records Administration image/jpeg
The "Henry Street Family": (back row, left to right) Jane Hitchcock, Sue Foote, Jeannne Travis; (middle row) Mary Magoun Brown, Lavina Dock, Lillian Wald, Ysabella Waters, Henrietta van Cleft; (in front) 'Little Sammy' Brofsky and 'Florrie' Long image/jpeg
The Door is Open - Public Health Nursing Fundraising Flyer New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division image/jpeg
The House Itself image/jpeg
The New Patriotism Is Peace - Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Flier Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library image/jpeg
The Sky Line of Henry Street image/jpeg
Visiting Nurse Promotional Brochure Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library image/jpeg
Visiting Nurse Takes Shortcut Over the Roofs of the Tenements image/jpeg
What Public Health Nursing Offers You as a Profession - Public Health Nursing Flyer New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division image/jpeg
Women Marching for Peace image/jpeg

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