Tuberculosis and blindness campaigners, 1935

Tuberculosis and blindness campaigners, 1935

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Caption: Tuberculosis and blindness campaigners, 1935. From left to right: Kendall Emerson (1907-1993), a physician, was managing director of the National Tuberculosis Association, 1922-1947; Alix Churchill, who was visiting the USA on a speaking tour in September 1935, was Associate Secretary General of the International Association for the Prevention of Blindness, and Executive Secretary of the International Union Against Tuberculosis; Eleanor Brown Merrill (born 1887) was associate director of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness; Frederick D. Hopkins was executive secretary of the National Tuberculosis Association and worked there from 1915 to 1955.

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